A multi-disciplinary chiropractic facility for your body and your sport.
Obsessive in results, creative in execution and tied by the same belief:
It takes a village.
YOUR VENTURE BACK.
As a primary caregiver, a chiropractor can assess, diagnose and treat your injury with a combination of methods including manual therapy, joint manipulation, acupuncture, Graston, active release therapy, and exercise prescription. The goal of chiropractic care is to return you to your optimal level of functioning and strength.
Using a variety of acupuncture techniques such as dry needling and IMS (intra-muscular stimulation). The insertion of a needle into the skin can assist to restore function and alleviate pain.
Registered Massage Therapists are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining mobility and pain-free functioning of the body. Using a variety of massage techniques, the goal is to keep you moving, even when you think you can’t move anymore. We offer 30 minutes spotlight session, 60 minutes overhaul or 90 minutes work over.
- Kinetic Movement Series
Our guests come see us for the experience the knowledge, and the highest level of care. Whether a 30 minutes spotlight session or a 60 minutes overhaul, your body is our focus
#CONNECT TO LIVING
The team was chosen
for their meticulous
attention to detail
Dr. Kara Otuomagie is an active member of our fitness community here in Edmonton. As a Chiropractor that works with athletes, she has worked with the likes of the Alberta Ballet, Grant McEwan Griffins, University of Alberta: Track & Field, Soccer and Basketball, Edmonton FC and the Calgary Stampeders. Her diversified techniques of implementing body mechanics and various treatment methods such as Active Release Therapy (ART), Graston, Acupuncture, and Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)/ Dry Needling allow her to assist her patients to achieve their personal and professional goals.
She completed her Bachelor of Science at the University of Alberta and went on to attend the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and McMaster University for her Chiropractic and Acupuncture designations respectively.
In her spare time, you can find her supporting the sweaty pursuits of her patients as a Lululemon ambassador, advocating for her community as an active board member on the Stollery Women’s Network, running alongside Run Collective run group as a Run Lead, and running half-marathons in Edmonton’s River Valley.
– “Nothing is impossible, if we are in it together.”
Dayna, originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan has worked as a Registered Massage Therapist for over 10 years. Her interest in massage therapy was inspired by the very practitioners who worked to keep her golf game sharp when she played for Team Canada, on the World Junior Golf Team. In addition to massage, Dayna is both a yoga teacher and nutrition coach, and uses her diverse background to assist her patients’ individual needs. Dayna has a special interest in women’s health, and believes that wellness is achieved through a variety of lifestyle approaches unique to your individual needs.
– “People and places magnify the beauty of life.”
Danielle began practicing yoga to compliment her training as a young figure skating athlete, and upon retirement from the sport, to cope and thrive through battles with severe anxiety and depression. As an E-RYT 500, Teacher Training Facilitator and Lululemon Ambassador, Danielle believes that yoga can be accessible to all. Danielle sees her yoga practice as a safe space to prepare for life off the mat. She now believes more than ever that yoga is crucial to facilitate balance, especially, in our fast paced lifestyles. Off the mat, you can find her snuggling her two beautiful girls, Issie and Molly, and laughing with her husband Tom. They love to explore anywhere and everywhere in their 1974 Boler. Danielle loves a good cup of coffee, finding vintage treasures, being outdoors and new experiences.
-“Go on an adventure, be open to trying something new.”
Cayleigh grew up in Southern Alberta and moved to Edmonton to attend Concordia University and play varsity basketball. A true Raptors fan, when Cayleigh isn’t lacing up her shoes, she loves exploring Edmonton’s trails with her husband Ethan and dog Henry. As Kinetic Living’s Office Manager, Cayleigh brings a vibrant energy and enthusiasm to the team. For Cayleigh, being active evolves and grows throughout our lifetime – every moment is an opportunity to grow in a unique and different way.
–“Its the little things in life”
What We Treat
We Treat it All
Our clients come see us for the experience, the knowledge, and the highest level of care.
Whether a 30 minute spotlight session or a 60 minute overhaul, your body is our focus.
Low Back Injuries
Sciatica/ Numbness and Tingling
TMJ / Jaw Issues
Headaches and Migraines
IT band syndrome
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Email Us With Any Questions
Athletes, both professional and everyday.
#CONNECT TO LIVING
Kinetic Living offers a no fuss, one on one approach to treatment. We apply the principles of biomechanics and diversified techniques. Getting you moving better is the first step to recovery.
All of our therapists are licensed via their respective colleges and have met the requirements to practice in the province of Alberta.
Yes! We offer direct billing to the following insurance companies.
Alberta Blue Cross
Chambers of Commerce Group
Great West Life
Johnston Group Inc.
Your manual therapist will assess what tolerance you have to pressure. While it may be slightly uncomfortable at first, by providing feedback, your therapist will ensure to find a treatment style that is best suited to you.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and Debit. We do our part for the environment and are paper-free. When scheduling your appointment all the paperwork is provided to you via our online booking system, its that easy!
Supportive care is a great way to maintain your mobility, which ultimately can keep you moving well and living the active life that you enjoy.
Free parking is available in front of The Garneau for 30 minutes. Thereafter, there is metered parking underground – the underground parking entrance is located on the east side of the building. Alternatively, there is metered street side parking available on 109th Street.
You will meet with your manual therapist, and after an evaluation of how you move (or aren’t moving!) together, you will come up with a treatment plan. Then we put in the work to get you where you need to be.
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW
We respect your privacy, so we never share your info