Dr. Ryan D. Comeau BSC, DC, ACC
Dr. Ryan Comeau is a board certified Chiropractor as well as an acupuncture provider that has an interest in movement rehabilitation and sports performance. Dr. Comeau graduated with honors and distinction from Southern California University of Health Sciences and has acquired new techniques and certifications including acupuncture, Graston, Active Release technique.
Prior to his chiropractic education, Dr. Comeau was awarded a division 1 NCAA hockey scholarship at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and finished his bachelor of science degree in biological sciences (psychology minor) at the University of Alberta.
Dr. Comeau is also an international speaker, a best selling author, and the CEO and Co-Founder of Kinetisense, a 3D motion capture technology that is being used by a variety of practitioners from multiple disciplines that has been applied in the fields of Parkinson research, Geriatric risk of fall, concussion management, and sports performance. Kinetisense has its international headquarters in Medicine Hat, Alberta.
Dr. Comeau, his wife Eryn and two daughters (Celine and Layla) are very proud to call Medicine Hat their home.
Dr. James Skrenkowich BAET, DC, MS
Dr. James Skrenkowich is a board certified Chiropractor who graduated from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. He also completed his Masters of Sports Science while attending school and gained valuable experience volunteering his time to many different sports teams in the area.
Prior to his time in Portland, Dr. Skrenkowich attended Camosun College where he completed his Bachelor of Athletic and Exercise Therapy. While completing this program, he was required to complete a 500 hour practicum with the Jr. B Victoria Cougars hockey team. While completing this practicum, he gained advanced knowledge in the prevention and rehabilitation of sports injuries.
Dr. Skrenkowich is excited to offer his services to the Medicine Hat community, which includes techniques such as Chiropractic Manipulation, Concussion Management, Functional Range Release Technique (FR), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, RockTape, and other types of prevention methods such as sports taping.
Breanna Cook, RMT
Breanna Cook graduated with honours as a member of Phi Theta Kappa (GPA above 3.5) from the Medicine Hat College Massage Therapy program in June of 2016, completing 2200 hours of theory and practicum. Throughout her practicum she participated in many community volunteer events, including the Rattler Run and the Barrie Shave Memorial Classic tennis tournament, and has continued to volunteer with the Medicine Hat Tennis Club since completing her diploma. Breanna is passionate about therapeutic massage and her goal is to help people achieve and maintain a pain-free lifestyle. Breanna specializes in various techniques including myofascial release, trigger point therapy, MET stretching and TMJ treatments utilizing intraoral massage. Breanna is also certified in the SASTM technique, which is a therapy form that uses tools in order to remove scar tissue and restrictive adhesions from the soft tissue.
Originally from Fox Creek, AB, Breanna has called Medicine Hat home for the past 4 years and loves the small city life. In her spare time she loves spending time with friends, travelling and her newest hobby is learning how to swing dance!
Nicole received her 2200 Massage Therapy diploma at the Southern Alberta Institute of Massage in Lethbridge in 2009. She chose massage therapy as her profession because she loves working one on one with each client and finds it very rewarding.
Nicole has a kind hearted nature and specializes in Relaxation, Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Cupping, FST Stretch Therapy, Rain Drop, and Kinesiotaping. She loves learning new techniques and is taking continued education classes whenever she can. When she is not in the office you will find her renovating houses with her husband, running their 3 toddlers to activities or travelling. Nicole loves to stay busy!
Vicki East, B.Sc., RMT, CLT (Certified Lymphedema Therapist)
Vicki East moved to Medicine Hat in June, 2019. She is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduated with honours from MH Vicars in 2013. She has specialized in lymphatic drainage, taking a variety of lymphatic training with D’Ambrogio Institute, Chickley Institute, and (ACOLS) the Academy of Lymphatic Studies to earn the Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT) designation.
She loves to learn so has several modalities including, myofascial cupping, hot/cold stone therapy, Chi Nei Tsang (for digestive issues) and is a current student of acutonics which is acupuncture using tuning forks or sound therapy instead of needles.
Outside of the treatment room, Vicki enjoys a healthy lifestyle including nutritional cooking, biking, yoga, meditation and if course learning something new. She hopes to see you on the many miles of trails here in Medicine Hat.
Jasmine Vaughan RMT
Three years ago, Jasmine completed her 2200-hour RMT education at McKay Career Training. Since then, her interest and passion for massage therapy has grown exponentially. Previously, Jasmine was treating athletes through employment at a functional fitness gym. Here, she specialized in the rehabilitation of athletes, as well as providing comfort and release for business workers. Jasmine has spend numerous hours volunteering for events such as as the K+S MS Bike Tour, Big Bike for the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and Ryde the Hangar. As well as donating hours of service to treating members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders at their training camps. Jasmine specializes in Therapeutic Deep Tissue Massage. Also, as an added benefit, she also practices Myofascial Cupping, Relaxation Massage, and TMJ treatments which include intraoral, and Pre and Postnatal Pregnancy.