Dr. Ayesha Ebrahim was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. She has had the privilege of competing at a national level in field hockey, competitive ringette, ice and ball hockey as well as soccer. She completed her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of Lethbridge. Following her undergraduate degree, Dr. Ebrahim attended the University of Western States in Portland Oregon, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. In her free time, Dr. Ebrahim enjoys running, playing ice hockey, ball hockey, powerlifting, practicing yoga and road biking.
Dr. Ebrahim is an evidence-based practitioner who employs a non-pharmacological practice to health care. She incorporates gentle spinal manipulation, Active Release Technique® (ART), Graston® Technique, kinesio tape, shockwave therapy, rehabilitative and functional exercises as well as sports therapy in her practice. Dr. Ebrahim is also a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association and incorporates treatments for young children aged 0 and up, as well as practices Webster Technique for pregnant females. Dr. Ebrahim has also completed a 300 hour training course for Contemporary Medical Acupuncture at McMaster University and is proficient in the safe needle technique which is mandatory for safe practice.
Dr. Ebrahim stresses the crucial nature of properly functioning musculoskeletal, immune, and nervous systems to achieve optimal patient health and performance. Her goal is to provide patient education and ultimately give her patients the knowledge, confidence, and tools necessary to take an active role in their recovery to optimum health, future injury prevention, and to enhance athletic performance. Dr. Ebrahim’s goal is for her patients to live healthier and balanced lives, with professional care they can trust.
Logan Hynes is a licensed Acupuncturist of Alberta. She received her doctorate of Traditional Chinese Medicine (DTCM) at the Canadian Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CITCM) in Calgary, Alberta.
Logan is certified in Acupuncture Sports Orthopaedic Medicine. She practices dry needle technique to release tight muscle motor points, along with western assessment techniques to treat musculoskeletal injuries. Combining both eastern and western medicine knowledge, Logan treats a wide range of health issues including digestive disorders, stress disorders, pain management, and women's health.
Logan enjoys educating her patients in the theory and technique of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She works to create an individual health plan to balance one’s body through diet, herbal therapy, and acupuncture.
In her free time, Logan is painting and drawing in her home studio, or taking in nature and the outdoors, gardening, climbing, and hiking.
Dr. Levi became interested in human health and movement while attending the University of Calgary, and pursuing this interest, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from U of C. He then went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude with his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West Campus in San Jose, California, and has been providing chiropractic care to patients in Calgary since.
He has also been certified in Active Release Techniques®, shockwave therapy, and low-level laser therapy.
Dr. Levi enjoys treating people from all walks of life, including kids, students, high-level athletes, weekend warriors, and community elderly. He works with his patients to naturally create the conditions in which healing and health can take place as fast and efficiently as possible. He feels it is important to provide his patients with the advice and tools they need to create lasting health and wellness.
Dr. Nadim Daya was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. Dr. Daya completed his undergraduate degree majoring in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary, and continued to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Science as well as his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Throughout his time in school, Dr. Daya has enjoyed playing a variety of sports including ice hockey, ball hockey, soccer, and football. He has competed at an international level in the World Ball Hockey Championships in 2013 & 2015. During his free time, Dr. Daya enjoys going to the gym, playing sports, and interacting with family and friends.
Dr. Nadim Daya is a member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors. Dr. Daya is an evidence-based practitioner who adheres to strict codes of conduct, professionalism, and ethics in his practice. Dr. Daya administers various practices such as gentle spinal manipulation, activator technique, instrument assisted soft tissue technique, shockwave therapy, Thompson Drop, Trigger Point Therapy, kinesiotape, rehabilitative and functional exercises, physical therapy, and laser therapy. Dr. Daya incorporates the latest research in the field along with previous experience to give each patient a chance to meet and achieve their health and wellness goals.
Grace graduated from a 2200-hour massage therapy diploma program at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta and is a registered massage therapist with the Remedial Massage Therapy Association. She specializes in therapeutic massage related to sports injuries, motor-vehicle accidents, postural issues, pre/post-natal and overused soft-tissue injuries.
Along with the therapeutic massage, Grace is also interested in stress management based on relaxation massage. She is passionate about supporting individuals with integrated approach to relieve both physical and emotional stress.
She utilizes a wide range of techniques such as deep tissue, trigger point, myofascial release, and joint mobilization to better suit and care for each individual client’s needs.
In her spare time, she is usually in the gym, or out in nature walking with her cat, hiking, and snowboarding.
Carla was born and raised in Manitoba and relocated to Calgary in 1997 to further advance her career.
She has devoted the majority of her career to working in the Disability Services Sector where she worked as a direct service worker supporting adults with Developmental Disabilities and then moved into the management level with a continued focus on inclusion, advocacy and disability awareness within the community.
In 2009 Carla shifted gears and accepted a role managing a local company which provides therapeutic services to children with varying degrees of needs. Reflective of her career choices, she strongly believes there is incredible value in being of service to others.
Carla promotes supporting a healthy work-life balance and as a mother of two young daughters she knows it is essential. Her children keep her busy and entertained each and every day, and she enjoys spending time them, her family and friends. She most enjoys travelling and camping with her family.
Carla is honored to be part of the professional team working at Vantage Integrative Health + Wellness.
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