Dr. Jesse Michaud
Dr. Michaud is originally from Saskatchewan. He completed his Doctor of Chiropractic in Toronto at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with an award in Clinical Radiology. He is certified in medical acupuncture through the Macmaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program and is currently completing his residency in orthopedics with the Canadian Chiropractic Orthopedics Specialty (Canada).
Dr. Michaud is knowledgeable, caring, compassionate, dedicated and places his patients’ best interest at the forefront. He effectively diagnoses conditions/ailments affecting all areas of the body from knees and feet to the jaw and neck. With a particular interest in relieving headaches. His calculated approach to each patient’s condition is carefully constructed since we all have different needs and goals for recovery. The initial exam consists of a history, physical exam and a report of findings. Dr. Michaud’s initial assessment provides enough information to properly develop a unique treatment plan comprised of manual therapy, education and rehabilitative exercises for individuals to return to normal activities of daily living.
Dr. Michaud employs a diversified style of treatment and believes that an evidence-based approach to care is the best way to get people back on their feet and back in the game doing the things they love. He believes that it is imperative to collaborate together, along with family doctors and the entire health care team, to create a treatment plan that is realistic/achievable/attainable and produces results in the fastest and safest manner.
Dr. Lai Kiu Yau
Dr. Lai Kiu (June) Yau, BSc, DC
Spoken languages: English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Dr. Yau was born and raised in Hong Kong. She moved to Calgary with her family in 2004 and have since called the city her home. She completed her Doctor of Chiropractic in Toronto at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, graduating Magna Cum Lauda. Prior to pursuing a career in Chiropractic, she worked as Medical Laboratory Technologist in Calgary after obtaining her Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science from the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
Dr. Yau believes in an evidence-informed model of care and practices diversified chiropractic technique to help optimize patient’s health and function. She has attended seminars on manual therapies which aim to restore muscle and joint movements including Graston® Level 1, Rocktape® Kinesiology Taping and Movement Specialist, Mulligan Mobilization with Movement (Upper Quadrant), and Activator (Basics). She is also in the process of completing the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program.
During clinical internship, Dr. Yau has worked with specialized patient demographics including elderly, chronic pain, and people with physical and psychological co-morbidities. This experience has strengthened her passion to serve the geriatric population and the underserved. She is committed to her roles as a health practitioner and educator, and she strives to deliver appreciate care for her patients to the best of her abilities.