We are excited to be open for our in-person Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Naturopathic, Osteopathic Manual Therapy, Massage, Acupuncture, Pilates and Psychology services! Please book online or call the clinic at 403 262 4770 or email us at info@360brainbody.com.

Please be aware that you will be asked for your credit card information to complete your booking. In-person treatments will have payment collected after your appointment.. Telehealth appointments will be charged to card on file.

We still have Virtual online appointments as an option for Physiotherapy, Naturopathic, Pilates and Psychology.

Physiotherapy


Chiropractic


Psychology


Counselling / Psychology / Mental Health


Naturopathic Medicine


Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine


Registered Massage Therapy


Telehealth Naturopathic Consults


Osteopathic Manual Therapy


Private Pilates Session


Virtual Pilates Class

Virtual Group Classical Pilates class via ZOOM.


Virtual Pilates


Virtual Myofascial Release


Physiotherapy - ConnectTherapyTM

Dr. Corrado Cultrera obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Neuropsychology from the University of Calgary. Dr. Corrado went on to obtain his Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and has been a practicing chiropractor for the past 25 years.

Over the year, Dr. Corrado has worked with many athletes from weekend warriors to the amateur and professional levels. He is currently an active member in the triathlon community where he is the president of the Kronos High Performance Youth and Junior Club.

Dr. Corrado provides Chiropractic Care in a therapeutic way. In conjunction to his Chiropractic degree, he is fully certified in Active Release Techniques (ART), Graston Technique (GT), Functional Movement Screening (FMS) , and Kinesiotaping (KT).

Dr. Corrado is currently using 3D technology (Kinetisense) to evaluate movement pattern to prevent injury and enhance sports performance.

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It is Dr. Scott’s goal to understand his patient’s pain and dysfunction, search for and treat the cause of disease/dysfunction, while addressing the physical, nutritional, mental/emotional and spiritual components that make up a whole person. He uses a base of proper nutrition and balanced lifestyle to work with, and empower, his patient’s to move towards optimal health.

Scott’s background in competitive ice hockey playing goal for SDSU during his undergrad, and a history of knee injuries, have guided his path into sports medicine. He utilizes nutrition with the proper dose and timing of supplements to allow the body to heal quicker and perform at a higher capacity.

Scott completed his Doctor of Naturopathy degree at CCNM in Toronto after previous BSc and MSc degrees in kinesiolgy. He sees his patients as people first, who are currently living with imbalances to optimal health, and it is his goal to take his patient’s from dysfunction to optimal health and performance.

Outside the clinic, you can find Scott biking, hiking, cross country skiing, playing hockey, or just spending time outdoors.

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Eva is a natural athlete. As a teenager, she was scouted to play on the first-ever Canadian Women’s Junior Squash team. Coaches and teachers were always in her corner, stoking her thirst to compete. Eva competed in ski racing, volleyball, squash, and racquetball as well.

After earning her Bachelors in Physical and Health Education at Queen’s University, Eva devoted herself to bringing out the best in others by teaching aerobics, squash racquetball, and weightlifting. Longtime Calgarians will recognize her from the management team at Talisman Centre.

After a year living abroad teaching fitness class and body-building, nagging back issues were slowing Eva down. Discovering Pilates and a passion for conscious movement was the solution. After several years of teaching, she recognized that no matter how much stretching and strengthening one does, true body change is not created without release of the muscle and fascia. This concept lead Eva to achieving her Level 11 Yamuna Rolling Certification in 2004.

At 360BrainBody, Eva’s dream of working with a team of like-minded professionals is coming true. She shares the team’s goal to empower every client to explore and discover the freedom and strength found in self-healing though mindful movement.

Certifications:

Posture & Movement Therapist Fully Certified Master Pilates Practitioner SMR (Self-Myofascial Release) Trainer Core Align®Trainee

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“Constant evolution and performance-enhancement” are words Steph Davis lives by. The engagement and training of the whole body system is a passion that has evolved into this new BrainBody team.

Working with some of Canada’s biggest sports stars for fifteen plus year, Steph is a certified Romana’s Pilates instructor and Level III FST Fitness Specialist. Being a former elite professional and national competitive figure skater herself, Steph has developed a well-rounded program for anyone willing to put effort into their well-being. Trained and tested by Joseph Pilates protégée Romana Kryzanowska, Steph works with both amateur and professional athletes. This includes various athletes in the NHL and CFL, along with National and Olympic level competitors.

Steph’s innovative, holistic approach to body recovery through posture awareness and a responsive range in movements, helps to improve agility and core stability. Additionally, she connects with her clients’ mental states to bring them to a level of what she calls 360 degrees of brain-body pliability. She is eager to embark on her dream journey of uniting a unique team of specialists.

More about Steph

Steph Davis comes from a long line of successful athletes and creative visionaries. Her grandmother pioneered Alberta’s first dance school, and her aunt Vicki is the founder of Decidedly Jazz Danceworks, a local dance company here in Calgary. Steph’s father played hockey professionally, and her mother was a national level figure skating coach, while her sister is the Head Rowing Coach for Washington State University. With all of these influential figures, it is no wonder Steph leads an athletic life, rising to be a nationally ranked figure skater before turning professional for six years. Steph currently stays active by dirt biking whenever she can. Her husband Scott was a two-time U.S. Figure Skating Champion and Olympic competitor, and they love to spend their weekends down in Montana, along with their daughter Maggie.

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Jenny knows first-hand the toll sports take on the body. She is a former member of the Canadian ski team and was an NCAA ski champion at the University of New Mexico. After graduating from the University of Queensland with a Master’s degree of Physiotherapy, Jenny has spent the last four years travelling full time on the world cup circuit as a physiotherapist with the Women’s Canadian Alpine Ski team. Additionally, she was also the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics physiotherapist for the Canadian Alpine Ski Team.

As a former elite athlete and part of the 360BrainBody team, Jenny brings unique perspective in injury prevention and rehabilitation. Her holistic approach to wellness includes manual therapy, Pilates, acupuncture, and precise exercises.

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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 wellness.

Michael is excited to be part of the team at 360BrainBody. Where he gets to put his years of knowledge and experience to practical and effective use.

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Christina loves working with clients to help them reach their health goals. Such as reducing pain and increase their range of motion. Which in turn allows them to enjoy life’s activities again.

Christina trained in Swedish and therapeutic massage at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and graduated in 2010 as a 2,200hr Registered Massage Therapist. Since her graduation she has diversified her skills through continuing her education with many different courses. She has taken 20 different courses in Visceral, Vascular and Neural Manual Manipulations through the Barral Institute and many CranioSacral Courses through Upledger. She has also participated in an ongoing research project on the positive effects that CranioSacral techniques can have with people suffering the effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Currently, she’s a 2nd year student with the Canadian School of Osteopathy.

Christina looks forward to meeting and working with you at the 360 BrainBody Clinic.

What is CranioSacral Therapy?

CranioSacral Therapy (CST) was pioneered and developed by osteopathic physician John E. Upledger following extensive scientific studies from 1975 to 1983 at Michigan State University, where he served as a clinical researcher and Professor of Biomechanics.

CST is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the CranioSacral system - comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.

Using a soft touch generally no greater than 5 grams, or about the weight of a nickel, practitioners release restrictions in the CranioSacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system.

By complementing the body’s natural healing processes, CST is increasingly used as a preventive health measure for its ability to bolster resistance to disease, and is effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.

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Wendy Kobelka, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. She is a member in good standing with the Alberta College of Physical Therapists. Wendy has 15 years experience in treating active individuals with a variety of ailments. She is certified in Spinal Manipulation, Acupuncture and Gunn IMS.

With her skill set, Wendy is confident treating a variety areas; low back pain, shoulder pain and dysfunction and whiplash disorders to name a few. She also has a special interest in chronic/neuropathic pain. Wendy has worked with all levels of athletes from the recreational athlete to Olympians. She brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the team.

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Through her own health journey Casey experienced the healing effects of acupuncture both physically and mentally. She knew she wanted to share this approach with others which led her to train in the philosophies and foundations of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine. Casey graduated from the Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACATCM) in 2013 and enjoys continually learning new skills. She uses her resourcefulness with each patient encounter to tailor a specific treatment that is vital at that moment. Along with acupuncture in a treatment, Casey utilizes cupping therapy for lymphatic drainage, TMJ and sinus release, orthopedic, plantar fasciitis, sports injuries, general muscle tightness and facial cupping.

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Rebecca graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Masters of Physical Therapy and a Bachelors of Kinesiology. Her assessment and treatment techniques are founded in orthopaedic and manual therapy, however she integrates many principles from Diane Lee’s Integrated Systems Models (ISM) to determine the driving cause of injury and dysfunction. Rebecca aims to take an integrative approach to addressing each individuals concerns.

Rebecca enjoys treating a wide range of injuries, with a special interest in dancers and runners. With an extensive background in competitive dance, she utilizes her knowledge of movement to personalize care and tailor treatment. She is passionate about treating the body as a whole and working with her patients to optimize function and mobility.

Rebecca has completed post-secondary education in Soft Tissue Techniques, the Functional Movement Systems (FMS), Functional Dry Needling (FDN), Diane Lee’s Integrated Systems Model, and has successfully completed her Intermediate exam while in pursuit of her Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative therapy.

In her spare time, you will find Rebecca spending as much time outdoors as the weather will allow. This includes running, skiing and hiking!

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Clare is devoted to learning advanced treatment for the brain and how it functions with the rest of the body. The effects from concussions and strokes can lead to postural issues, lowered self-image, and chronic dysfunction of the internal organs. Clare’s work sees a wide variety of clients with issues ranging from scoliosis, irritable digestions, all types of headaches, and chronic multi-dimensional injuries.

Clare graduated from Canadian Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques, where she received honours and distinction for her thesis; Ocular Motor Function: The Effects of Osteopathic Manual Therapy in Relation to Functional Balance. Her studies include cranial-sacral, muscular and postural balance, pressure balances, biodynamics, fascial release, neurological release, and visceral and structural articulation and adjustments.

With a decade of experience as a certified athletic therapist, Clare understands the complex interrelationships of the body from pregnancy and infant wellness right through to seniors and palliative care.

Clare volunteers with the Canadian Adaptive Snowsports (CADS) and works with Calgary/Alberta Para Alpine Ski Team athletes. She has worked with athletes at the Olympic Wrestling trials and 2010 Winter Paralympic Games in Vancouver along with many other sporting events.

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Zoe is a Massage therapist and personal trainer that uses her strength and dedication to learn about someone’s life and body. In her time as a trainer she learned how to teach clients how to strengthen post injuries, work on postural re-construction, aesthetic muscle building and maintaining good body health. As a massage therapist she does her best to be someone who is always looking to build others confidence levels by helping them gain an understanding about their body and help them to feel physically able again.

Zoe specializes in deep tissue, neck and shoulder pain, myofascial cupping, mobility and flexibility training. She also likes to Incorporate stretching and mobility/strengthening exercises to better help clients progress. She believes massage is just one more thing She can add to her skills on treating the human body and helping her clients. While going through post concussion symptoms she worked with massage therapists, chiropractors and acupuncturists and recovered very well with zero symptoms to this day. She has graduated with a 2200 hour Massage therapy diploma. Received a cupping certificate and Canine massage Certificate and still looking for more tools to add, utilize and strengthen her skill set.

Zoe added meditation rituals to her lifestyle a few years ago and being an outdoor adventurer she enjoys going on hikes and nature trails with her dog and spouse. She keeps active in every season with snowboarding, softball, competing in bodybuilding physique competitions which mean being dedicated to the gym year round! She believes that the mind and body work as one and one cannot function without the other. So taking care of both physical body with care and training your body through pain, discomfort and meditation can do wonders.

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When Jessica began to explore concepts in wellness over a decade ago, she found herself increasingly drawn to Eastern medicine. No matter the question, there was an answer. No matter the ailment, there was a treatment. Traditional Chinese Medicine practices seemed not to be a surface solution, but address the whole person and get to the root of the issue. This concept is the foundation for TCM and for how Jessica chose to live her life.

Today, Jessica is a practitioner of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a graduate of Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a member of the Alberta Governing Board of Acupuncturists (CAAA). Jessica is continuously expanding her knowledge and skill base and is now recognized as an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist and is an Advanced Cupping Therapy practitioner.

Jessica is deeply embedded in the acupuncture community; in addition to supporting clients in her private practice, she volunteers as a committee member for the CAAA, provides weekly acupuncture treatments at addiction treatment centres, and speaks to groups about acupuncture and wellness. Jessica restores her spirit with dog walks, exercise classes, reading, cruising on her bike, watching movies, and gardening.

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As a former dancer, within the professional division at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and School of Alberta Ballet, Jennifer understands the importance of ensuring one’s body is performing at peak levels.

Since graduating from the University of Alberta in 2008 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy, she has continued to expand her skills by completing a wide variety of courses including acupuncture and dry needling certification as well as vestibular and concussion based courses.

Jennifer strongly believes that having a full understanding of one’s body is an essential part of her client’s recovery and meeting their goals. She recently completed the ConnectTherapyTM Series course in Vancouver with Dr. LJ Lee. This extensive nine month course focused on Thoracic Ring ApproachTM and ConnectTherapyTM models. As a ConnectTherapyTM Series Graduate, Jennifer believes in assessing and treating the whole body to determine the driving causes of pain and dysfunction that are specific to her clients’ goals. By applying these techniques, her clients will further enhance their understanding of their own body and the relationship of the various systems.

Jennifer treats a wide variety of conditions and has significant experience with sports/dance injuries, motor vehicle accidents and repetitive strain injuries. She is authorized to apply acupuncture and dry needling techniques and order diagnostic imaging. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the College of Physiotherapists of Alberta.

When she is not working, she is running after her two young, highly energetic, children.

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Dr Raechelle Paperny, Ph.D., R.Psych., has been a Psychologist in the field for 20 years. Her expertise is in the field of attachment, interpersonal-neurobiology, and developmental psychology. She brings forth her extensive experience in research, university teaching, assessment, clinical practice, and raising her two grown children.

For the past decade she has been in psychological practice at Juno House, a therapy group of clinicians that specialize in counselling adolescent girls and their families around anxiety-based issues.

Dr. Paperny’s therapeutic framework focuses on the whole person (body, mind, heart & in relationship). Her approach to counselling is based on emotional awareness and regulation, psychoeducation, as well as mindfulness and other experiential techniques.

She offers a safe, confidential, compassionate and understanding environment. Her style is approachable, respectful and professional as she helps people move through life’s difficulties.

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Dr. Jacquelyn Perron graduated with her Doctor of Chiropractic in 2009 from Toronto and has been practicing in Calgary, Alberta ever since. In her undergrad, Dr. Perron completed her Bachelor of Health Sciences with a Specialization in Health Promotion.

Dr. Perron continues to educate herself focusing on assessing and treatment methods to help further ones ideal functional movement patterns. She is a strong advocate in finding the body’s limitation and asymmetries before and after an injury occurs. Dr. Perron addresses the body as a whole and uses multiple methods to aid the body back to optimal function. She offers Chiropractic manipulation, Active Release Techniques (ART), Kinesio tape techniques, Functional movement assessment and screens (FMS&SFMA), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) and Rehabilitative/Corrective exercises.

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The power of therapeutic touch is both physical and mental. It not only provides therapy to deal with physical issues, but also addresses the emotional need to be touched and heard in order to release the stresses of the day. Diane wants the best for patients to help them succeed. Being part of the 360BrainBody team for Diane means working with a multidisciplinary group of experts who learn from each other and offer the best to patients.

Fitness, golf, and yoga are a part of Diane’s day and essential to her well-being.

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Learning to understand your pain and use it to your advantage, specific strengthening and improving control of movement are foundations of Performance Physio. Allowing your body to adapt efficiently and optimize recovery from injuries, improve sport performance, prevent injuries and future proof yourself. That requires someone that not only treats you but also coaches, teaches, and supports.

In 2006 Matt graduated as a Physiotherapist in the Netherlands and has done numerous post graduate courses. Since then he has worked as a Physiotherapist for Cirque du Soleil, set up a Sports Performance Lab in Shanghai China, worked with Olympic athletes from various summer and winter sports, Red Bull cliff divers, ballet dancers and gymnasts. He has also worked in private clinics, bringing his experience and knowledge to the regular person as the same biomechanics and physiological principles that apply to athletes apply to you too.

In his approach Matt uses manual therapy, myofascial techniques, precise exercises, dry needling, kinetic chain patterning and sports performance to help you achieve your goals.

Matt works full time at 360BrainBody but also works as a Sports Physiotherapist for the Chinese National Speed Skating Team (who are based in Calgary for a big part of the year).

He has a background in Martial Arts (Kickboxing, Wushu, Tai-Chi) and is a former member of the Dutch National Wushu Team, having won multiple National Championships in Chinese Kickboxing (Sanda) and in 2006 he won silver at the World Cup in Xian, China.

Matt loves his patients and is excited to work with you!

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