Dr. Jenn Turner
BPHE, DC, CPTN-CPT, FRCCSS(C)
Certified ART® Provider
Certified Graston® Provider
Chiropractic Sport Fellow
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 passed the exam to accomplish her Chiropractic Sports Sciences fellowship program in November 2017, qualifying 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.
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 of volleyball (both indoor and beach), swimming, running, hiking, doing yoga, or attempting to learn the game of golf!
Dr. Katrina Slama
Certified ART® Provider
Certified Graston® Provider
Dr. Katrina Slama grew up in Burnaby, BC. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Active Health and Rehabilitation from Simon Fraser University. She later graduated with honours from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. Dr. Slama holds additional certifications in Graston Technique®, Selective Functional Movement Assessment® (SFMA), Rocktape®, and with the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).
Katrina’s goal is to help each patient return to their activities quickly and pain free, with the tools and education to prevent re-occurrence. She integrates diversified Chiropractic adjusting, soft tissue therapy, and exercise prescriptions into her treatment sessions in order for her patients to reclaim their health and functionality.
In her spare time, Katrina enjoys swimming, indoor rock climbing, and hiking.
Dr. D’arcey Musselman
BPHE, MA, DC, RCCSS(C) resident
Certified ART® Provider
Certified Graston® Provider
Certified FRC Provider
Dr. D’arcey Musselman obtained a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (Kinesiology) from the University of Toronto, a Master of Art in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the University of Victoria, and a Doctorate of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She is an Internationally Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner (FICS) and is waiting to sit the fellowship exam to qualify her as a Chiropractic Sport Specialist. Dr. Musselman is certified in Active Release Techniques (ART), Graston Techniques, Functional Range Conditioning (FRC), and Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) exercise.
D’arcey has been a part of numerous multidisciplinary teams at local, national and international sporting events including Pan American Games and Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. She enjoys working with patients of all athletic backgrounds and emphasizes a holistic and balanced approach to injury prevention, injury management, and life-sport guidance to help patients achieve optimal performances.
D’arcey is a faculty member in the Sport Science Department at Douglas College. She teaches a variety of sport science courses and has a research interest in running gait biomechanics and biomechanics retraining for prevention of running related injuries. She is also interested in the psychological aspect of sport injury. Currently she is completing a research project on pelvic asymmetry and the influence of stride frequency in female endurance runners.
D’arcey’s passion for sport stems from her personal background as an athlete. She has completed six Ironman triathlons and is a former Canadian National Swim Team member. D’arcey has also coached competitive swimming and triathlon for a number of years. D’arcey still stays active and enjoys triathlon, running, CrossFit, hiking, and skiing.
Dr. Robyn Prescott
Dr. Robyn Prescott believes it is important for doctors to connect with their patients both emotionally and physically – that hands-on medicine is powerful.
Robyn focuses on her patients. However, some of her favorite areas to work in are: physical medicine oriented like acute injury, chronic pain, injury recovery, hormone balancing, menopause, thyroid conditions and sports training enhancement and optimization. Robyn utilizes a lot of hands-on assessment, diagnostic laboratory testing, and physical muscle work as she strongly believes it is an essential part to our overall health.
Dr. Robyn Prescott is qualified – She graduated from BC’s own Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine located in New Westminster. Robyn chose this school because she knew her education there would be personal, a priority, and that she could maximize her abilities to learn and grow a large medical network in the geographic area where she loves to work, live and play. In addition, she has obtained certification in: Intravenous Therapies, Advanced Injection Therapies I which includes Prolotherapy, and her BC Prescription license.
Robyn chose naturopathic medicine because there is no other health profession out there that has access to such a diverse toolbox to help people with. It is a profession she is truly passionate about and she will be continually learning and growing as a doctor and individual.
Naturopathic medicine does not just “fit” into our daily lives it IS our daily life. At least it is for Dr. Robyn. She cannot go a day without thinking, acting, writing, or telling the world about naturopathic medicine and what it means to help people using naturopathic medical tools.
In her free time you will find Robyn out riding on her teal and purple Transition Smuggler in the North Shore mountains!
Carolane is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC). She graduated from the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec) with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy, after obtaining her Bachelor in Health Sciences.
Since the beginning of her studies, Carolane has shown a strong interest for pelvic floor rehabilitation and women’s health, as well as for sport injuries and orthopaedic rehab. She has also been working with junior & semi-pro hockey and football teams for three years.
Carolane is passionate about sports in general; she played hockey for 11 years and is an adept hiker, weightlifter, yogi, biker and runner.
Her approach is centered on the patients and their goals: she will use her expertise to provide patients the best necessary tools to improve their health and to guide them through their journey to better wellness.
BSc(Kin), MPT, CSCS
Chris completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC after a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick. He has several years of experience working as personal trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. This passion for helping his clients achieve greater health and reach their goals was the driving force that led Chris to pursue a career in physiotherapy. His knowledge and experience allow him to provide progressive and complete rehabilitation to his clients.
His practice is guided by current research, clinical experiences, and patient preference and integrates manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education. Chris believes that people experiencing pain and injury should not just be rehabilitated back to their baseline but that their journey should continue to progress to greater health and performance.
Since moving to BC from Nova Scotia 10 years ago, Chris has embraced everything the Coast Mountains have to offer including skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. He has completed several ultramarathons and believes that a strong, healthy body allows for optimal engagement in sport and life.
Neurokinetic Therapy® Certified
Jason graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. He has a special interest in orthopaedics and sports injury rehab, using a manual therapy and exercise-based approach to treatment. He has additional training in Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling (FDN), a form of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage (IASTM).
Jason believes in helping people get back to their pre-injury activities as soon as possible while minimizing their chance of re-injury. He has experience working with individual from a variety of backgrounds including paramedics, RCMP, and athletes of all levels. This past year he worked with many volleyball players from the North Shore helping to resolve shoulder and lower back injuries.
Aside from sports injuries, he has a special interest in treating clients who have been in a motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries and repairs, and lower back and shoulder injuries. In his free time enjoys hiking the local mountains with his German Shepherd, Deja, snowshoeing at Mount Seymour, strength conditioning and running.
Matt was born and raised in North Vancouver, BC. He completed his Bachelors of Science in Anatomy and Cellular Biology at McGill University in Montreal where he also served as the student therapist for the men’s varsity rugby and soccer teams. Needing a new adventure Matt then moved to Scotland to pursue his Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University.
Matt is inspired by the resiliency of the human body and motivates his clients to take on a positive and active role in their biopsychosocial health regardless of age, condition, or previous level of activity. He combines manual therapy, personalized exercise prescription and pain neuroscience education to provide his clients with the tools necessary to self-manage and get back to living their best lives.
He is currently in the process of completing his level 1 certification of the Canadian Orthopaedic Division of Manual Therapy and plans to pursue further education in intramuscular stimulation, orthopedics and concussion management.
Matt also works part-time at the Lions Gate Hospital as both an inpatient and outpatient physiotherapist.
When not in the clinic Matt can be found playing for Norvan FC in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League, training to qualify for the Boston Marathon in 2019 and exploring all that the West Coast has to offer!