Dr. Jones has served as the Communications Director for the College of Chiropractor’s of Alberta and been involved with various government health committees. He has lectured extensively and written numerous magazine and newspaper articles on natural approaches to health and wellness. He was the chiropractic representative when the government and insurance industry set up the new Whiplash Treatment Protocols.
Dr. Jones has broad post-graduate training including: ART (Active Release Techniques), chiropractic orthopedics, TMJ (he works with many dentists on this complex area and has been part of a multidisciplinary TMJ study club for over 20 years), whiplash and sports injury management, nutrition and rehabilitation. He provides safe, gentle and effective care for a wide range of patients from the small child with postural concerns, to the elite athlete, to his oldest patient who is 96 years old. He recognizes that we are all unique and what works for one person may not work for the next.
His motto is “The Best Treatment Is The One That Works For You”
Or as the kids prefer “Dr. Jones Fixes My Bones!”
Dr. Craig Breckenridge
Dr. Craig Breckenridge graduated with honors from Bev Facey Community High School, Sherwood Park. He was on the cross country team in high school and was actively involved in the dancing community for 17 years.
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After high school, he attended the University of Alberta and obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biological sciences. Dr. Breckenridge then moved to Portland, Oregon where he completed his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the prestigious University of Western States (UWS), the same university that Dr. Roger Jones attended.
While attending UWS, Dr. Breckenridge was an active member in the Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA) as well as in adjusting clubs to enhance his techniques. He volunteered and provided chiropractic services for low income demographics at the downtown UWS Portland Clinic as well as volunteered at out-reach events for rehabilitation populations around the Portland area.
Dr. Breckenridge’s model of patient care is to treat the whole patient to improve their overall health & wellness. He practices diversified technique including: gentle spinal and extra-spinal manipulation, Active Release Techniques (ART), Activator, sports rehabilitation, Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (similar to Graston), and Rock Tape. Dr. Breckenridge aims to provide an efficient, effective, and patient-oriented treatment plan to obtain maximum therapeutic benefits for his patients.
Dr. Kelsey Hardy is excited to return to central Alberta to help patients achieve their health and wellness goals. Originally from Stony Plain, Alberta she graduated from Memorial Composite High School.
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After high school, she obtained her Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from the University of Alberta. While doing so she worked closely with the University wrestling team and health care staff as a student athletic therapist. She also worked as a personal and group fitness trainer at the university while completing her studies. Working with athletes and individuals of all ages and backgrounds sparked her interest into further pursuing patient care.
Dr. Kelsey then decided to move across the world to study chiropractic at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Here she joined the student group World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS) where she traveled to Johannesburg, South Africa and Brisbane, Australia for each Annual General Meeting. In her final year she was elected President of her university chapter.
Dr. Kelsey enjoys keeping active through sports such as soccer and going for bike rides in the River Valley. She also enjoys a good cup of coffee and wine, recognizing there is a balance to life.
Using a multifaceted approach, Dr. Kelsey uses chiropractic techniques such as Diversified, Drop Piece and Flexion Distraction. She is trained in SMART Tools (similar to Graston), Rock Tape, exercise rehabilitation, soft issue work and may incorporate these into her patients’ treatment.