Westbrook Family Chiropractic offers drug-free treatments that use comfortable manual therapy techniques to restore the function of the nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems. Our chiropractors practice diversified techniques, including myofascial release therapies and Graston Technique®. These provide quality patient care for the treatment of neck pain, low back pain, headaches as well as muscle and tendon pain. Our team has had great success with Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) and Worker’s Compensation Injuries (WCB).
All our chiropractors offer a diverse range of techniques to best suit your wellness needs.
Dr. Todd Stewart, DC
Dr. Todd Stewart graduated from CMCC with his Doctorate of Chiropractic and has been in clinical practice, mostly at Westbrook Family Chiropractic, since. He aspires to give a well-rounded treatment, that includes soft tissue work. The Graston technique, for soft tissue injury, is used for all treatments if the patient wants that. Muscles and joints working functionally together is at the foundation of all treatments.
Dr. Sydney Granger, DC
Dr. Granger also a graduate of CMCC in Toronto. Her focus is on family-based wellness care, sports injury care and pediatric and pregnancy care. As a chiropractic patient for 25 years herself, she believes in a wellness care model and the importance of regular chiropractic care. When she's not working, she is playing ringette at the National Level well as coaching at a variety of levels to help give back to a sport that has given her so many opportunities.
Licensed Massage Therapists
All of our RMTs have completed the 2200-hour Program and are ensured by all benefit plans that offer massage coverage.
Michael Dingman, RMT
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Michael always found himself involved in sports including boxing, football, swimming, and a variety of martial arts. It was an accident in mechanics class that opened his eyes to the many practical and rehabilitative effects massage therapy could have on one’s physical health. After having an engine fall on him, Michael saw first-hand the powerful effects that massage therapy can have on one’s healing and overall health. It was due to this life-changing experience that Michael became interested in health and wellness, anatomy and physiology. His love for learning has given him the ongoing opportunity to hone his skills and offer high-quality rehab and healing techniques.
Michael began massaging in 2007 after graduating from Foothills College of Massage Therapy. From 2007 to 2013, Michael practiced his skills in spa and chiropractic clinics. In 2013, Michael went back to school for upgrading. It was while at school the second time that he found a love for teaching. From 2013 to 2018, Michael worked his way up from a tutor to a Lead Practical Instructor at Alberta's own MaKami College. Using a combination of manual therapy and corrective exercises, Michael is back doing what he does best - helping his clients achieve a higher level of health and well-being.
Stephanie Lapierre, RMT
Stephanie attended Mount Royal University and graduated from the Massage Therapy Program in 2017. Since then, she has added Myofascial Cupping, Hot Stone, Intra-Oral Massage and Nutrition for Musculoskeletal Dysfunction to her practice. Stephanie is passionate about how different techniques can affect pain management and will tailor every treatment to address your specific needs and concerns. Her massages encompass deep tissue techniques and relaxation principles which she believes is the perfect combination.
Alyson Kelly, RMT
Aly is Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from Mount Royal University and has been practicing massage for the last five years. Some of the techniques she specializes in are: relaxation, deep tissue, myofascial cupping and trigger point release. Aly is also hoping to add Graston Technique to her practice this spring.
Aly has a passion for people and loves being able to help others work towards their health goals through massage therapy.