About Us

Dr. Rami Ghazzaoui, D.C.

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 wif

e 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.


Chen Yu (Jacky) Wang, Manual Osteopathic Therapist (MOT) 

Hi, I am Jacky. I graduated from Manual Osteopathic College of Canada (MOCC) and will be the manual osteopathic therapist in this clinic. I am also a certified personal trainer with a background in kinesiology. I believe that health is multi-dimensional and is about balance amongst our body, mind and spirit. All aspects of life, including diet, lifestyle, occupation, finances, environment, family and social relationships, can affect our health and wellness. I am particularly interested in helping people through manual approaches because I believe in the healing power of touch. Throughout the intensive academic program, I have applied the knowledge and skills I learned to help friends and family feel better and recover from various injuries and conditions. I believe that self-care is the most important mission in our life. We must be able to take care of ourselves before tending to others. As a MOT, I take on the new mission to not only tend to people, but also to educate them how to tend to themselves. I am also a lifelong learner who will keep learning new knowledge and techniques in order to help my clients in more ways.   


What is manual osteopathic therapy? How does it differ from RMT and chiropractic? How can you benefit from MOT?

Manual Osteopathic therapists aim to find the root cause of client’s pain or discomfort by running a comprehensive whole-body assessment and to treat it with their hands using various gentle, but precise techniques. These techniques adjust the spine and other skeletal structures and are much slower, gentler compared to the fast, forceful techniques employed by chiropractors. They also work gently to release the more superficial myofascial system as opposed to the deep tissue massage employed by registered massage therapists.  

MOT can treat a wide range of physical and neurological issues, including pain and discomfort in the ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, neck, low back and head. Craniosacral techniques can help with neurological and psychological conditions such as headache, concussion, anxiety, depression, ADHD and autism, etc. Visceral manipulation can even help with digestive, urinary, reproductive and a range of other visceral conditions.  

The easiest way to know what I do and how osteopathy works is by booking an appointment with me and trying it out. I look forward to seeing you in the clinic! 


Dr. Danielle Morgan, D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic), Retired
Dr. Danielle Morgan completed her undergraduate studies at Kwantlen University College in Richmond, B.C. and then graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in California in April of 2000. She has been in practice since then at the Hastings Chiropractic Clinic. She practices evidence based diversified chiropractic. Dr. Morgan served on the British Columbia Chiropractic Association board of directors as a director from 2005 to 2008. She also sits on the Worksafe BC liaison committee and the discipline committee for the Association and the College of Chiropractors in B.C. Dr. Morgan enjoys outdoor activities like camping, hiking and photography.

Dr. Morgan will be taking a leave of absence from professional practice.

 Dr. William Hartwick, D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic)

Dr. Hartwick a well respected chiropractor retired and with sadness passed away September 2012.

All chiropractors are members in good standing of the BC Chiropractic Association, the BC College of Chiropractors, the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Agency.