BPHE, DC, CPTN-CPT, RCCSS(C)-Resident
Certified ART® Provider
Certified Graston® Provider
Chiropractic Sport Resident
Clinic Owner and Director
Dr. Jenn Turner completed her Bachelors Degree in Physical Education at Brock University in St. Catharine’s, Ontario. After graduating, she continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and earned her Doctorate of Chiropractic. Dr. Turner is currently waiting to sit the exam to accomplish her Chiropractic Sports Sciences fellowship program, which will qualify her as a chiropractic Sport Specialist. Jenn is a fully certified Active Release Techniques © practitioner as well as being trained in Graston Techniques ®.
Her expertise as a chiropractor has taken Jenn around the world with her job with Cycling Canada. Her career highlights include working at the 2012 Olympic Games in London and the most recent 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Jenn has been working with Cycling Canada during the past 9 years in the Track, Road and BMX programs and was proud to see some of her athletes win a bronze medal at both of these Games.
Jenn has travelled to Europe as part of the medical team for the National Bobsled and Skeleton teams where they were competing in the Europa Cup Circuit. She also has experience working with the Professional Cycling Team Sky out of Great Britian and has worked with a number of other professional, Olympic and amateur athletes. Jenn has been the “Injuries” columnist for Triathlon Magazine Canada and has contributed to the Triathlon BC publication, IMPACT magazine and many others.
Jenn is a competitive athlete herself. Dr. Turner’s involvement in triathlon began at age 18 and she has recently discovered that her passion and talent lies in long course triathlon. Completing 4 Ironmans to date, she is currently taking a “break” from triathlon and has found a love for competing in trail ultra-marathons and road running. Currently Jenn is competing recreationally while figuring out the mommy/work/life balance with the recent addition to her family of her first baby in December 2013 and second baby in August 2015.
Certified ART® Provider
Certified Graston® Provider
Clinic Owner and Director
Dr. Sarah Jung was born and raised in Burnaby, BC. She obtained her Bachelors of Science (Kinesiology) at Simon Fraser University, where she was a member of the varsity swim team. She then attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, where she graduated Cum Laude and with clinic honours before returning to Vancouver. Dr. Jung is a certified Active Release Techniques (ART®) provider and is also certified in Graston Technique.
Dr. Jung is very familiar with an active lifestyle and competitive sports. As a member of the varsity swim team at SFU, she attended numerous national swim meets including Olympic Trials and helped SFU win 4 national titles while completing her degree.
Dr. Jung’s treatment approach incorporates ART®, Graston, traditional chiropractic adjustments, addressing muscular imbalances and prescribing stretches and exercises to help people return to the activities that they love.
Dr. Jung has worked with athletes of all ages and abilities including traveling and working with BC Soccer provincial teams and treating at Ironman Canada numerous times. She has presented to local swim teams, running clubs and dance studios to identify and optimize the athletes performance and function.
Currently, Dr. Sarah Jung is teaching part time at Vancouver College of Massage where she teaches Anatomy and Physiology in the Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) program.
Outside of work, you will find Dr. Jung playing a lot volleyball (both indoor and beach), swimming, running, hiking, doing yoga, or attempting to learn the game of golf!
Dr. Casey Berardo
Dr. Berardo is a Naturopathic Physician based in Langley, B.C. Growing up as an all season athlete, the intricate and miraculous workings of the human body was something that always fascinated Dr. Casey Berardo. She discovered her passion for naturopathic medicine when faced with illness and injury as a competitive track-and- field athlete in university, and hasn’t looked back since. What began as a personal interest in achieving optimal health became a lifelong commitment to be of service to those embarking on their own healing journeys.
Dr. Berardo first and foremost treats the individual. She has a general family medical practice with particular interest in digestive disorders, women’s health, holistic weight loss, pediatrics, acute/chronic pain management and optimizing mental health and physical performance. Dr. Berardo practices medicine with compassion and educates and empowers individuals so they can improve their health and lifestyle while creating lasting changes. There is an innate healing capacity that lies within each of us, and Dr. Berardo believes that our greatest obstacles in health also present us with our biggest opportunities.
Dr. Berardo is a graduate of the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine. During her studies, she completed an internship with Natural Doctors International in Nicaragua as well as at Positive Living BC, providing medical care to those living with HIV/AIDS. She has prescriptive authority in British Columbia and is CNPBC board certified in Acupuncture and Intravenous Nutrient Therapy. Dr. Berardo is a member in good standing of the College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia (CNPBC), British Columbia Naturopathic Association (BCNA), and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND).
In addition to being a Naturopathic Physician, Casey continues to constantly seek out new athletic pursuits and adventures. Casey is a runner, a Crossfit athlete, and has a goal of completing an Ironman triathlon. She believes a key to happiness is finding activities that make you come alive and doing these activities as often as you can. She can be found swimming in the ocean all year round and is happiest climbing mountains. Above all, she finds the greatest joy in helping others reach their own health goals and discover how amazing, fabulous and vibrant they can feel. She looks forward to being an advocate for your own healing journey toward better health and wellness.
Registered Massage Therapist
Kevin graduated from the 3000 hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT) in 2013. Kevin strives to assist his patients to achieve their goals and to maintain and improve all aspects of their health and wellness. He has experience helping individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents, sports related injuries or are experiencing myofascial pain, headaches among other conditions. Kevin focuses on well rounded therapy that involves assessment, treatment, exercise and patient education to work towards full recovery.
Kevin uses a variety of techniques including trigger point therapy, myofascial release, joint mobilizations with a focus of deep tissue massage. He has also recently completed a cervical and thoracic MET course as well as rehabilitation with kettlebells course.
Kevin is excited to work at a multidisciplinary sports and rehab clinic, as he finds the team approach the most effective to increase recovery time.
Kevin was born and raised in Northern B.C. and now calls Cloverdale home alongside his wife and and one year old daughter. He enjoys playing many sports including golf, baseball, volleyball and hockey.
Registered Massage Therapist
My name is Michelle Adams and I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2004 from a 3000 hour program. I incorporate a variety of techniques from Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Joint Mobilization, Deep Tissue Massage and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.
I have worked extensively with Pre and Post Pregnancy, post mastectomy, TMJ dysfunction, and various work related injuries such as tendonitis, bursitis, adhesive capsulitis, plantar fasciitis, chronic low back pain and chronic headaches. My goal in treatments is to provide my patients with the upmost care and ongoing follow up.
I spent 5 years working at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and have had the pleasure to work with students in the public clinic as a Clinical Instructor, Co Instructor for the Introductory to Massage and Co Instructor for Manual Skills and MSAK lab. Currently, I am in the process of completing my Bachelor of Health Science Degree Open Learning with Thompson River University.
I am committed to providing accurate assessment and treatment of soft tissue injury and dysfunction, and am also dedicated to effective patient education, which I hope will allow one to take an active role in their own health care.
Born and educated in England, Georgina moved to Canada in 1990. She lived in Walnut Grove for 18 years, raising her two children and becoming an involved member of the community through school, hockey and soccer. She comes to our clinic with an educational background in office administration and a diverse history of work experience which includes over 10 years in the healthcare profession. Georgina prides herself on going above and beyond to help her patients with care. She understands that helping people with their health and well-being is of the utmost importance and crucial to their recovery and maintenance for a healthier and happier life.
In her spare time, Georgina loves to travel to warm places with palm trees, hiking local trails and tennis.
She is excited and proud to be part of the Movéo Sport & Rehabilitation team.
Born and raised by two chiropractors it would be fair to say it runs in my blood. The benefits of chiropractic, massage, acupuncture and holistic medicine was not only the way I was raised but a lifestyle I stand behind and now implement into my own family’s daily life. Having played many sports from field hockey to volleyball, soccer, softball and everything in between, it was a blessing to have a chiropractic in the house at all times to say the least. Now as wife and mother to two beautiful young children I know the utmost importance in not only maintaining their health on all spectrums but mine as well, which takes a full 360 approach: mind, body and spirit. It gives me no greater joy than to help ensure others have access and the knowledge to care for themselves and their families as I would do my own.