Anodyne Chiropractic and Sports Therapy was established in Grande Prairie by Dr. Timmins in 2001. Dr. Timmins is a chiropractor, a certified Graston Technique provider and Active Release Techniques® provider, certified in spine, nerve entrapment, upper and lower extremity protocols. Dr. Timmins enjoys living in Grande Prairie with his family, watching his kids sporting activities, playing squash and golf.
Dr. K. Takeuchi graduated from the University of Calgary in 2001 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biological Sciences, and then furthered his education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where he received a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree in 2005. In addition to being a Diversified Chiropractor, he is a certified Graston Technique® provider, an Active Release Techniques® provider, and an ART® Ironman Performance Care Provider certified in spine, upper and lower extremity protocols. Dr. K. Takeuchi is also a Level 1 Kinesiotape provider. Dr. K. Takeuchi has been practicing in Grande Prairie since 2006, and enjoys life here with his wife Michelle and their three sons. He is fluent in both English and Japanese. His interests include hiking, mountain biking, downhill and cross country skiing.
Dr. Krawec graduated from Palmer College in Davenport Iowa, with a doctorate in Chiropractic. Dr. Krawec is Active Release Techniques® provider, certified in spine, upper and lower extremity protocols, as well as a Graston Technique® provider. His interests include making time for the gym, golfing, travelling and The Oilers.
Dr. Michelle Takeuchi graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2005. She is a certified Graston Technique® and Active Release Techniques® provider, certified in spine, upper and lower extremity protocols. Dr. M. Takeuchi has been practicing at Anodyne Chiropractic and Sports Therapy since 2006. She is proficient in both French and English. She is originally from Northern Ontario but is proud to call Grande Prairie her home. Her personal interests include walking, swimming, downhill skiing and volleyball.
Jessica Everton is a graduate of the 2200 hour Massage Therapy Program at Grant MacEwan University, Edmonton AB, and is a member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada Association. Jessica is trained in a number of massage techniques including Swedish massage, myofacial release, trigger point therapy, muscle energy techniques, pregnancy massage and PNF stretching. She enjoys running, being outside, training horses, and baking.
Shawna Evans is a Registered Massage Therapist and is a graduate of the 2200 hour Massage Therapy program at Grant MacEwan University. She is a member of the Massage Therapy Association of Alberta and has been practicing massage therapy since 2001. She specializes in therapeutic massage therapy and has taken courses to expand her scope of deep tissue therapy. She is a mother of three and enjoys spending time with her girls. She enjoys volleyball, walking, hiking, and visiting with friends.
Dr Anouk Chaumont graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2005 and practiced naturopathic medicine in Eastern Ontario for 9 years before deciding to move to Grande Prairie, Alberta. During her career as a naturopathic doctor, she has had a special interest in naturopathic oncology as well as injection therapy for musculoskeletal problems as well as for a wide range of other treatment applications.
In the recent years, after her husband got bitten by a tick in Northern Alberta and contracted Lyme disease and Babesiosis (a co-infection often transmitted by ticks), Dr Chaumont has decided to focus her career in helping patients suffering from Lyme disease and associated tick-borne infections. Although she still practices general family naturopathic medicine, the main focus of her practice is in the proper diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease, cancer care and regenerative injection therapy using prolotherapy and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) injections.
She uses functional medicine as well as botanical medicine as her foundational therapeutic approach. Most of her therapeutic recommendations are highly science-based and are usually accompanied by individualized lifestyle and nutritional modifications. Finding the underlying root cause of disease is her passion and fixing it with the least amount of pharmaceuticals as possible is her goal.
Victoria graduated from the Alberta College of Massage Therapy. Since graduating, she has continued to add on to her education. She is a Rock Tape Advanced Taping provider, and has taken a course in Myofascial Release for Self Care. She has also completed Level 1 training with Shift Concussion Management which has educated her in basic assessment for concussion and given her lots of knowledge to pass on to clients. She plans to continue her education in concussion management to continue helping clients manage concussions.
She loves to spend her personal time with her husband and children quadding in the dunes, walking, and swimming.