Crystal Alford is a Massage Therapist from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, class of 2014. She is a Massage Therapy instructor at Oxford College in Burlington, covering a variety of classes including Anatomy, Physiology, Orthopaedic Assessments and Massage Techniques & Treatments. Along with her intensive training in Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage, Manual Lymph Drainage and Myofascial Release, she has additional education in pre/postnatal care as a Registered Massage Therapist. In her spare time, you can find Crystal reading, travelling and spending time with her family.
Lindsey graduated with her Massage diploma from Northumberland College in Halifax, Nova Scotia in July 2001.
She decided to pursue a career in massage therapy because she has always been drawn to health and wellness. This career has provided wonderful opportunities for her to practice in clinical settings, Spa’s, fitness centres, Wellness Centre‘s and she owned her own small at home practice.
Lindsey has extensively studied myofascial release And fascial stretch therapy. She enjoys all avenues of this career but is particularly invested in the connective tissue system. Her passion lies within treating the body as a whole. The mind, body, and spirit. She believes that to create optimal wellness you need to Target the whole person and not a specific piece.
Lindsey enjoys time with her children, working out, yoga and eating wonderfully healthy nourishing food.
Tara holds a Massage Therapy Diploma from Trillium College and is an active member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She is passionate about massage therapy and truly believes the positive and rewarding effects massage therapy has on the body. After 12 years of healthcare experience, Tara decided to stay home and raise her 3 children, as well as pursue her dream of becoming a registered massage therapist. She has experience in a variety of different treatment styles including Swedish massage, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, sports massage, deep tissue and prenatal massage. Tara is committed to striving for excellence by maintaining her continuing education and giving the highest quality of care within her practice.
Adriana is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario with over 20 years of experience in clinical practice. She completed her Masters of Physiotherapy specializing in Sports Injuries, Manual Therapy and Pregnancy. Prior to this, she graduated with a Bachelor in Sciences.
Adriana's passion is to help others achieve their personal goals in recovering from injury. Her main objective is to optimize function and enhance physical performance in patients. She believes that through a comprehensive assessment and a hands on treatment combined with an individualized exercise program; she and her patients will achieve mutual goals. Education is in each and all of her sessions; so patients have a clear understanding of their rehabilitation process, prevention of future injuries and proper expectations.
In her spare time, Adriana enjoys spending time with her husband, her 12 years old boy and close friends. Outdoor activities, Running, yoga, pilates, crossfit, and reading whenever she can are her passions.
Dr. Cameron Edgar was born in Edmonton, Alberta and graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological and Physiological Sciences.
After moving to Toronto to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2005, he pursued a further postgraduate education in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from the De Groote School of Medicine at McMaster University.
Certified in the Active Release Technique, Dr. Edgar has a special interest in sports therapy and post-injury rehabilitation. Dr. Edgar believes that education and proper communication are imperative to patient care.
“When people understand why their pain or dysfunction is occurring, it enables them to make the changes necessary to correct the problem at hand.”
He now lives with his wife Maja in Burlington and in his free time, enjoys playing many different types of sports including basketball, ultimate frisbee, and golf.
“I have always had an interest in the human body and helping people. Chiropractic was a perfect combination of the two.”
Dr. Maja Edgar immigrated to Canada with her family from former Yugoslavia when she was eleven. She had an interest in health from an early age and was always fascinated by the human body and mind. She went on to complete a degree from the University of Toronto specializing in Biology and Psychology.
Seeking chiropractic treatment herself during her dance training, she realized that this is what resonated with her views of health and well being, and it prompted her to pursue her chosen profession.
She graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2008 and has also completed post-graduate training in Medical Acupuncture from the Michael G. De Groote School of Medicine at McMaster University.
A member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, Dr. Edgar has a special interest in the areas of chiropractic that include pre and postnatal pregnancy care.
From newborn to adolescence to adulthood, Dr. Edgar uses techniques specific to the individual to bring balance and health to the spine.
Dr. Edgar routinely makes recommendations for patients to establish a self-care routine and encourages her patients to be active participants in maintaining their health.
She is currently living in Burlington with her husband Cameron and in her free time enjoys keeping active through yoga, running and swimming.
Our chiropractic clinic is located in the heart of Downtown Burlington, and we have a team of very experienced and knowledgeable professionals who are very committed to providing the highest quality of care.