Greg Uchacz – Chiropractor
DC, FRCCSS(C), CSCS, FICC
Dr. Uchacz is Clinic Director at Calgary Southwest United’s PHG. As a chiropractic sports specialist, Dr. Uchacz has provided health care support at over 250 International Competitions; including 3 Olympic Games and worked with over 200 Olympians and Professional Athletes. His credentials include …
…previous health care provider for the Canadian Sport Institute, Health Care Director for Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton and Nordic Combined/Ski Jumping Canada, President of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sport Sciences (Canada), Member of the Board of Directors for the International Sports Chiropractic Association (ISCA), and Member of the Games Commission of the International Sport Chiropractic Federation (FICS).
Practicing for nearly 28 years, Dr. Uchacz has previously been awarded: Chiropractor of the Year; by the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractic, the ‘Award of Merit’ with the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the ‘Distinguished Service Award’ with his alma mater, Palmer College of Chiropractic. He was recently awarded an Honorary Fellowship with the International College of Chiropractors for contributions to the advancement of his profession. Dr. Uchacz spends his spare time as a proud father of three children and husband to his amazing wife, Maura.
Sam Sherren – Chiropractor
D.C. M.Sc. (Sports Medicine)
Dr. Sam Sherren is a born and raised Calgarian who loves to enjoy everything Calgary has to offer, as well as playing and coaching many different sports year-round. Dr. Sherren attended Mount Royal University, where he founded and ran the M.R.U. Ski and Snowboard Club before moving to the University of Western States in Portland Oregon to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic and Master’s degree in Sports Medicine….
In his personal time Dr. Sherren enjoys getting out to the Rocky Mountains to further his passion for Skiing, hiking, mountain biking, climbing, camping and canoeing. He is dedicated to helping everyone meet their goals and increase their ability to function. He also enjoys spending time with his friends, family and dog.
John Wenger – Physiotherapist
John is a born and raised Calgarian that left Calgary for a 7 year period to complete a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta. Between each degree John explored his passion for an active lifestyle working as a personal trainer and traveling before choosing his career in physical rehabilitation. John has over…
John’s commitment to an active lifestyle has facilitated his extensive experience in orthopaedics and sport related injuries. When not in the clinic, John enjoys staying fit trail running in the mountains, carving on his skis or snowboard, playing volleyball, and travelling the world.
Michael Herman – Physiotherapist
Michael completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Calgary in 2014. Following the completion of his under-graduate degree, Michael completed a Master of Science in Physiotherapy in 2017 from the University of Alberta….
Michael employs an active, exercise-based approach to treatment and works with his patients to ensure treatment programs are tailored to meet their specific needs.
Outside of work, Michael enjoys all things active. He enjoys everything from hiking and snowboarding to playing pick-up hockey and wake surfing.
Dr. Elana Taub – Sports Medicine Physician
B ScH, MSc, MD DDFP (SEM) Specialist in Family and Sport Medicine
Elana was born and raised in Calgary. She graduated from UBC’s Island Medical Program in 2014 and then went on complete her Family Medicine Residency and an Enhanced Skills Program in Sport Medicine at the University of Calgary. Before this, she completed a Master of Science in exercise physiology, also at the University of Calgary. She has a passion for helping patients achieve a healthy, active lifestyle and has experience working with people of all ages. She has a patient-centred…
Elana’s interest in Sport Medicine stems from her own athletic experiences as a competitive swimmer and then as an elite rower, on both the national and international stages. Now that she has retired from rowing, her next goal is to complete a half ironman this summer. She loves exploring the great outdoors with her 2.5 year old Golden Retriever named Cooper – cycling, running, hiking, snowshoeing, cross country and backcountry skiing. If she wasn’t a Sport Medicine physician, Elana would either be a professional photographer, a personal chef or a travel blogger.
Elana’s skill set complements the work of our chiropractors, physiotherapists and massage therapists, including in-office joint and trigger point injections. The majority of her services are covered by Alberta Health Care, but she does require a referral from your family doctor, physiotherapist, chiropractor or other health care professional with a PRACID.
Cristina McDonagh – Massage Therapist
Cristina McDonagh is a Registered Massage Therapist with 2200+ hours of training, and an active member of the Certified Registered Massage Therapist Association. Cristina’s passion for massage therapy began after deciding to change from a career as a banker….
to putting focus on her health and fitness.
It started with small changes, and those small changes led to even bigger ones. After much training, she made it to the start line for Calgary’s Ironman 70.3. She finished that race and felt amazing. From that point on, she knew that things just weren’t going to be the same.
Her interest in health and fitness began to grow which led her to achieving an AFLCA Certification in Group Exercise Instruction with a designation in cycle. Following this she completed her 3000-hour Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy Program through Makami College.
Massage Therapy has allowed her to appreciate the body and its potential in a completely different way. She is fascinated with how massage can help restore full range of motion, increase fluid joint movement, decrease tightness in muscles, and re-energize the body.
Cristina utilizes several techniques in her massage practice employing an effective holistic approach including deep tissue, cupping, myofascial release, and trigger point treatment.
Cristina: “My passion for massage, along with my own journey in health and fitness has led me with the desire to focus on massage for sport and rehabilitation. I have been able to work with people of varying skill levels, such as avid gym goers, weekend warriors, dedicated triathletes, and mixed martial artists. However, through massage, I enjoy helping anyone with the desire to improve their overall wellness, athlete or not. My goal is to help others elevate their health in mind, body, and movement.”
Manthew Ng – Massage Therapist
Manthew attended the University of Calgary and attained a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology specializing in Athletic Therapy in 2014. Following that, Manthew went straight into the Massage Therapy program at Mount Royal University and became a Registered Massage Therapist…
in 2016. In addition, he is currently a candidate to become a Certified Sports Massage Therapist.
During his time at the University of Calgary, Manthew had the chance to treat varsity athletes from various teams including soccer, track & field, wrestling, cross country, and volleyball as a student therapist. He also has extensive experience working with elite soccer players of all ages since he has been a part of the Alberta Soccer Association medical team since 2013.
When not in the clinic, Manthew likes to stay active by playing soccer, basketball, and volleyball or simply punching bags at a boxing studio. As well, being a major foodie, Manthew could be found at various restaurants throughout the city judging their dishes.
10450 50 St SE #116
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