Shawn Bachorick, BSc, DC
Our founder and head clinician Dr. Bachorick has been a chiropractor in Regina for almost 20 years. He graduated from Northwest College of Chiropractic in 1998 and has several hundred hours of additional training through the Carrick Institute and the International Association of Functional Neurology in childhood neurodevelopment disorders (board-certified by the American College of Functional Neurology in 2009); the co-management of complex cases including migraine, concussion, vertigo and other balance disorders; and complex whiplash cases with concussion sequelae. Dr. Bachorick’s professional interests include balance and vertigo assessment and rehabilitation, concussion screening for sports as well as pre- and rehabilitation of athletes; assessment of balance and fall-risk in the elderly; application of dietary and supplement strategies for reducing cognitive impairment in the elderly; and traumatic brain injury. His future goals include training in non-invasive neuromodulation protocols for gait and balance disorders, and promotion of concussion recovery.
Ashley Marchi, Certified Laser Therapy Technician
Ashley is the friendly face greeting you from behind our reception desk. She helps to keep our office running smoothly and enjoys getting to know each of our patients on a personal basis. She is always happy to help with any questions or concerns you may have before or after your visit with any of our practitioners. Ashley has been working in the chiropractic and holistic healthcare field since 2015. With a Bachelor of Psychology, she went on to complete a degree in Holistic Nutrition. She takes a special interest in stress (physical, social and environmental) and the impact it can have on our health. Ashley is also a certified laser therapy technician and we are excited to soon be offering cold-laser therapy for a variety of conditions. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys the outdoors and running and competes in multiple marathons each year. Ashley is also an animal lover and holds a Master of Animal Psychology.
Erin Wagner, RMT
Erin graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2013 has been working solely as a massage therapist ever since. She particularly likes to work on lumbar/pelvis/sacrum dysfunction, as well as brachial plexus and rotator cuff issues. Erin is committed to being constructively critical of the massage industry and tries her best to give realistic explanations and expectations to her clients about what massage can do for them. In her spare time she likes to turn off her cell phone and go canoeing.
Samantha Becker, RMT, SMT(CC)
Samantha is a graduate of Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy with an additional diploma in sports therapy and certification in soft tissue release, and is registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. She has been working as an athletic trainer from the minor levels all the way up to semi-professional with the Regina Thunder football, Pilot Butte Jr. B Storm hockey, u16 South Saskatchewan football and Barracuda Jr. B lacrosse teams, and Regina Minor Football. She is very interested in helping patients with all sorts of dysfunctions and always loves a challenge. Samantha loves to share her passion and knowledge with patients and always makes them feel comfortable and respected. Her second and third homes are rinks and football fields, but when she does get time off she’s an artist and specializes in anatomical sketching.