Dr. Rami Ghazzaoui, D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic)
Dr. Rami Ghazzaoui graduated from the University of British Columbia, with a bachelor of Science degree (honors) in Biology. After this, Dr. Ghazzaoui attended the esteemed Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, CA, receiving a doctorate of Chiropractic degree (honors) in 2001. Dr. Ghazzaoui is also the director of the Hastings Chiropractic And Massage Centre and practices out of that location 2 days a week. With a diverse background in education and athletics, Dr. Ghazzaoui provides incredible chiropractic education and inspires others to achieve maximum health. He has an overwhelming passion for life and a very close relationship with his wife and his two daughters. He strives to remain balanced in life at all times. Dr. Ghazzaoui enjoys helping people, loves to be outdoors, plays soccer and bikes regularly.
Dayna Anchel, R.M.T. (Registered Massage Therapist)
Dayna graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1999. She has been practicing as a massage therapist since then. Dayna has special interest in myofascial work and deep tissue massage. Dayna offers late appointments (5, 6, 7 and 8pm, as well as some Saturdays). She has three wonderful children that keep her on her toes and is enjoying working close to home.
Dr. Vincent CunHai Yu (R.TCM.P, PhD ACUPUNCTURE /TUINA, CHINA)
Dr. Yu has completed his Traditional Chinese Medical Doctor training at Hubei Traditional Chinese Medical University and received his Master’s degree in acupuncture from Changcun Traditional Chinese medical University. He has also trained as a Medical Doctor in China. Dr. Yu is a registered acupuncturist with over 20 years of clinical experience. Dr. Yu practiced as a MD and acupuncturist in hospitals in China for 15 year before moving to Canada where he practices in his own successful acupuncture clinic since 2005.
Dr. Morgan will be taking a leave of absence from professional practice.
Dr. Hartwick a well respected chiropractor retired and with sadness passed away September 2012.