Dr. Grant O'Neill, DC.
In short, Dr O’Neill believes in getting people well again.
A graduate of Toronto’s Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Dr O’Neill is a great believer in function-based chiropractic care. Graduating with distinction, Dr O’Neill was also Summa Cum Laude of his class. With more than 20 years of experience to his name, Dr O’Neill came to chiropractic the way that all the very best chiropractors do: By personal experience.
Suffering from a ski injury, he found that the treatment that his doctor was offering him was insufficient, so he went to visit a Chiropractor. Simply stated, the treatment he received from his Chiropractor inspired him to pursue a career in chiropractic care.
He is extremely passionate about chiropractic care and helping people to attain the highest levels of health and wellbeing that they can.
His ultimate aim is to empower his patients so that they understand their condition and help themselves through nutrition, exercise and lifestyle changes. Dr. O’Neill was the first chiropractor in BC to be fully certified in Impulse Adjusting technique.
Dalen Matthysen, DC, MSc(Sports Medicine)
Dr. Matthysen grew up locally and is a 2nd generation chiropractor Dr. Matthysen went to high school at Clayton Heights Secondary and completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology in the lower mainland at the University of the Fraser Valley. He grew up playing soccer, football, hockey, ultimate Frisbee, hiking/backpacking and bouldering. After a knee injury in football when he was 17 and rehabilitating his own knee he realized his true passion was helping others being able to live their best life. He believes that education of condition, nutrition, exercises, and lifestyle modification are all important part of recovery.
Dr. M is a graduate of Portland’s University of Western States with his Doctor of Chiropractic and Masters of Science in Sports medicine. He graduated at the top of his class his Summa Cum Laude honours while involved in various clubs. At UWS he was a tutor for the anatomy lab as well as the neuroanatomy lab. As a student in the Masters of Science in Sports Medicine he spent a year volunteering at local high school sports: football, basketball, baseball, tennis, soccer, as well as various triathlons, beach volleyball tournament and rodeos in Portland.
When he is not at My Chiropractor @ Clayton Heights you can find Dr. M spending time with his family, hiking, bouldering, learning a new sport.
Jeannette Gibson, RMT
I graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1995. I started working in downtown Langley and grew to love the area, settling in and working in the Cloverdale area 14 years ago. It has been a pleasure working alongside Dr. Grant O'Neill and Dr. Dalen Matthysen.
I I focus on deep tissue massage in order to heal both chronic and acute conditions. My goal is to treat the whole person and help the client succeed in improving their health.