Dr. Mueller, a native of Salmon Arm, BC, attended the University of British Columbia to complete his Bachelor of Science degree. After his undergraduate studies, he traveled the world, spending time in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific. Upon returning to Canada, Dr. Mueller pursued his Chiropractic degree by moving across North America to the beautiful state of New York.
Dr. Mueller graduated Magna Cum Laude from New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY in 2004. Before graduating Dr. Mueller had the privilege to complete an internship at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. During this internship, Dr. Mueller worked as an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide care for active and retired military personnel, which exposed Dr. Mueller to the benefits a patient receives from a multi-disciplinary approach to healthcare. It was this experience that encouraged Dr. Mueller to strive for the best possible care of his patients.
Dr. Mueller endeavors to ensure that the diagnosis of the patient’s condition is not only accurate, but that it is explained in an understanding manner to the patient. His treatment plans are designed to correct the condition as efficiently as possible, with emphasis on comfort and patient satisfaction. With home care recommendations, orthotics, nutritional advice and an exercise plan, Dr. Mueller’s treatment plans ensure a healthy lifestyle away from the chiropractic office.
Dr. Mueller enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, Erin and his sons Jaxson & Bode. He is an avid fisherman, amateur woodworker, and enjoys participating in most athletic activities.
Marion was born and raised in Lethbridge, Alberta.
She obtained a diploma in Business Administration and has worked for the past 30 years in customer service.
Most recently in 2014 while living in Lethbridge she had the position of Medical Office Assistant working in a clinic for 13 doctors.
In 2019 she moved back to Calgary and returned to work with the team at Cranston Chiropractic where she had previously worked as receptionist.
Marion has a pleasant friendly personality willing to help and go the extra mile in all that she does.
In her spare time she loves to travel to warm places with her husband and enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren.
Kathy is originally from Quebec city and has been in Alberta since 1999. A recent graduate of Makami College, Kathy chose to specialize in clinical massage therapy as she had witnessed the profound health benefits that massage can provide to those of us who suffer from the common ailments and injuries that occur in our lives.
Enthusiastic and passionate about massage therapy, Kathy truly desires to make a difference in people’s lives. She uses differents techniques such as trigger point therapy, myofascia release, active stretching and dynamic cupping. She believes in treating the cause and not only the symptoms.
Busy mom of two, Kathy enjoys camping, hiking and snowboarding with her family. Kathy is a Registered Massage Therapist and is licensed through the City of Calgary. She is in good standing with the Certified Massage Therapist Association (CRMTA). Her services are covered by most extended health care providers.
Christina is a passionate massage therapist that is interested in helping people reach their health goals. Such as reducing pain and increase their range of motion. Which in turn allows them to enjoy life’s activities once again.
Christina was trained in Swedish and therapeutic massage at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and graduated in 2010 as a 2,200 hour Registered Massage Therapist. Since graduating she has diversified her skills by continuing her education with 20 different courses in Visceral, Vascular and Neural Manual Manipulations through the Barral Institute and many CranioSacral Courses through Upledger.
She has also participated in an ongoing research project on the positive effects that CranioSacral techniques can have with people suffering the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s. However, her educational journey doesn’t stop there as she is currently a 2nd year student with the Canadian School of Osteopathy.
Christina, looks forward to meeting and working with you at Cranston Chiropractic and Massage Clinic.
I have been involved with acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine since 2001.
One of the most common questions patients ask me is, “How did I get into acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine”? This is the most common question aside from, “does acupuncture hurt”? Which by the way… you barely feel the needles at all!
So to answer your question….. my love for kung-fu as a teenager, my interest in Chinese culture and philosophy, my desire to help others, and my values regarding health all seemed to merge together nicely in this career that I have chosen. I suppose all of these factors ultimately led me down this path.
Since acquiring over a decade of clinical experience as a practitioner I have dedicated myself to learn effective and efficient techniques to help you recover in a timely manner.
Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine have not only helped thousands of my patients regain their quality of life, but it has helped me, and my loved ones as well.
I believe there is a very high chance it can help you too!
And just in case you are unsure or have questions, I am happy to put time aside for you to come in and meet me, and ask your questions directly.
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