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At Sundance Chiropractic & Wellness, we believe in prioritizing you first, and developing an individual, evidence-based plan around you. No marketing plans, no gimmicks, no contracts; just safe, gentle, effective care until you’re feeling better. With chiropractic care, therapeutic massage, physiotherapy and acupuncture all under one roof, our experienced team of practitioners will work together to treat a variety of conditions, not just back pain, 7 days a week. For your convenience, we can direct-bill all health insurance companies in Canada that have online billing, and we also direct-bill all motor vehicle accident (MVA) insurance companies, WCB, and Veterans Affairs.

our Team


Dr. Bruce Symons


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Dr. Bruce Symons was born in Hong Kong to Scottish and Chinese parents, and the entire family immigrated to Vancouver when he was 11 years old. He obtained his Bachelors in Zoology from the University of B.C. in 1985. He then relocated to Calgary in 1986, and completed the Biotechnology program at SAIT in 1987. With an interest in neurobiology research, he finished a Masters degree in Medical Science (specialization: Neuroscience) at the University of Calgary in 1992. During his time at the university, he developed a herniated disc in his low back and was told he would likely be paralyzed from the waist down. After intensive treatment with his family chiropractor for over a year, the disc symptoms resolved, and he was so impressed with chiropractic philosophy that he enrolled in the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, graduating in 1997. He returned to Calgary to practice, and began a PhD at the Human Performance Lab, Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary in 2001, focusing on the bio-mechanics of neck manipulation and stroke. Dr. Symons is an acknowledged expert in neck manipulation, and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles internationally on neck manipulation and stroke. He is married and has one son. To view reviews on Dr. Symons, visit

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Dr. Daniel Moore


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Dr. Daniel Moore, BKin, DC graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. Dr. Moore also received a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from the University of Calgary. He has worked as a Kinesiologist at Lifemark Talisman Centre, developing and implementing rehabilitation programs for post injury and post surgical patients. Dr. Moore grew up in Calgary, participating in organized hockey, lacrosse, soccer and basketball as well as enjoying golf, snowboarding and mountain biking. Dr. Moore believes that many factors play a role in the health of his patients which is why a broad approach using multiple forms of treatment is important. This led him to study Contemporary Medical Acupuncture at McMaster University in Hamilton which is highly effective in treating joint and muscular problems. As well, he utilizes manual Chiropractic adjustments, instrument assisted soft tissue treatment (such as Graston or Guasha), muscle and fascial release techniques and intramuscular stimulation (IMS). Most importantly, he maintains a keen interest in prescribing and promoting exercise and stretching for patient’s own active care.

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Ed Middleton, PT

Physical Therapist

Ed graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy with Distinction. For more than 20 years, he has dedicated himself to guiding and assisting his clients’ return to work, to sport, or any activity that physical injury was preventing them from enjoying. Ed’s focus is unwaveringly on the needs of his clients. While some people attend physio with a clear goal in mind, many do not: Ed’s strength is in his ability to listen to his clients thus helping them set reachable goals, and achieve successful outcomes.
He has specialized expertise and training in treating concussion, a wide variety of acute injuries, repetitive strain injuries, and stubborn chronic problems that don’t seem to want to go away. He is also skilled in developing post-surgical rehabilitation programs, and running programs to prevent injury.
While Ed believes in continuous learning and research, he also understands that a client knows their body best and an integral part of the client-therapist relationship is communication and developing a relationship where both parties openly share information and complete their assigned tasks.
Treatments usually involve various manual therapy techniques, individualized exercise programs, and instruction in pain management techniques to help you get back to what you love to do, pain free and stronger than ever.
It’s true that active people make the best physiotherapists. Outside of the clinic, Ed maintains an active lifestyle with a passion for competitive dance, climbing, golf, soccer, running, hiking, snowshoeing, and snowboarding. His participation in these sports and many others, gives him a strong insight into the unique needs of each athlete. Over the years, Ed has coached soccer across all age and skill levels, and is currently the team physiotherapist to the Calgary Rams Rugby Club.
He believes that maintaining a mobile body with good muscle balance is the key to a high quality of life.


Jennifer Reid, RAc

Registered Acupuncturist

Jennifer received her training in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture from Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, graduating in 2008. Jennifer is passionate about helping people to reach a higher balance in body, mind and spirit by using methods such as cupping, earseeds, moxa, TDP and gua sha.


Kimberly Smith

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Kimberly Smith, R.M.T., has been a practicing registered massage therapist since 1989. Her catalyst, a life altering car accident at the age of 21 which turned her onto a spiritual path, helped her find purpose in helping others heal. Her unique intuitive approach using both light and deep pressures assures clients’ relief, while assisting to uncover the core issues of their symptoms. Kimberly has experienced many of her clientele’s injuries as a former triathlete and runner, and uses that knowledge to adapt her treatments to induce a speedy recovery. Kimberly adds a blend of craniosacral, joint mobilization and Reiki insights to her healing applications to aid others with their own journey to balance mind, body and spirit. After working in a chiropractic and naturopathic clinic and running her own thriving massage therapy practice in Ontario, Kimberly has recently returned home to Calgary after 17 years to continue her quest for balance and happiness.


Elizabeth Josar

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Elizabeth Josar, RMT, is thrilled to assist people who come into her treatment room wanting to be pain-free, and to get back to their normal or even improved performance. Graduating from her 2200 hour training in remedial massage therapy in 2011 at M.H. Vicars school of Remedial Massage Therapy only made her want to know more. Since then, she continues to show great passion in learning new techniques and modalities to better help her clients gain the results they want. Being a born and raised Calgarian, Elizabeth knows first hand how often people can get lost in their lives, always rush and get stuck in the high-stress buzz of the city. She believes that the key to maintaining good health is staying active, taking the time to unwind and enjoying all the little things in life. Holding true to that, she has a love for hiking and practices yoga regularly.


Corey Dingman

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Corey Dingman, RMT, has spent most of his life in a very physically demanding career, which has given him great insight to the everyday demands our bodies endure. He has always had an active lifestyle of his own and has passed this onto his children also, allowing him to see and recover from specific injuries. Knowing the specific strengthening and training that is required for athletes and hobbyist alike is why Corey has chosen this very specific course in order to continue helping his clients, friends and family.


Kristin Barwich

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Kristin Barwich, RMT graduated from Mount Royal’s 2200-hour massage therapy program in 2014 and is now registered with the RMTA. Her interest in health and wellness began during her 14 years of dance training as a classical ballet dancer. She studied behavioral sciences at Ambrose University before realizing a passion for healing and embarking on a career as a massage therapist. She has also had the opportunity to travel, including spending four months in Thailand volunteering at a children’s home. Kristin’s other interests include yoga, fitness and outdoor activities such as wakeboarding and hiking. Kristin specializes in deep tissue and therapeutic massage


Melissa Symons

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Melissa Symons, R.M.T. was born in Calgary. After herniating a low back disc at age 24 from working in a physical job, Melissa became fascinated by human biology and physiology while struggling with her own healing process. She decided to follow her heart, and graduated from Alberta Massage Training at St. Mary’s University. Registered with the Massage Therapists Association of Alberta (MTAA), Melissa has been working at Sundance Chiropractic since 2010. Her strengths are helping chronic postural issues with deep tissue massage and myofacial/scar tissue release. She is also a fully-trained shockwave technician, exclusively performing shockwave therapy at our clinic. Melissa is a part time artist, and is married to Dr.Bruce Symons; she has a step-son and two furry children.


Kumi Sato

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Kumi Sato, RMT,  was born in Japan and has always been interested in the medical field. For several years, she worked introducing medical products to doctors and nurses that had patients with cancer, bedsores and burn wounds in Japan. After discovering how natural medicine and aromatherapy were great cures for many disorders, she became interested in aromatherapy and massage therapy and became a registered masssge therapist before relocating to Canada with her husband.


Minako McInall, R.M.T

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Minako  practiced as a massage therapist for more than 5 years in her home country of Japan before moving to Canada. She further upgraded her education and completed the 2200 hour Diploma Program at MH Vicars school, becoming a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta (MTAA). Her  passion is her work, and she helps her clients to reach their goals by using a variety of techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy, m Changeanual lymph drainage, joint play and stretching.


Jennifer Mason

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

An intuitive and gifted practitioner, completely in sync with our clinic’s philosophy, Jennifer Mason was drawn to a career in healing when she recognized, then embraced, her potential to choreograph wellness through restorative touch. Registered with RMTA, she’s well on her way to completing 2200 hours.

Operating from a tranquil comfort zone, she creates a soothing, safe space for all those with whom she interacts. Always learning, growing, and engaging in integrative approaches, she envisions her future will include neurokinetic therapy and cranial sacral practice, with a view to exploring and expanding these applications.

Jennifer and her husband have four sons; she identifies with the physical and emotional challenges of parental roles, and delights in creating recuperative and uplifting space for clients to transition into relaxation mode.


Michelle Schoblocber

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Michelle Schoblocber studied Massage Therapy at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Calgary, receiving her 2200 holu- certificate in 201 I. She focuses on providing effective therapeutic massage with the
con,bination of deep tissue, S,vedish, trigger point and myofascial release techniques, while adapting to each persons individual body and specific need. Michelle enjoys doing therapeutic, relaxation, pre and post natal massage, sports therapy as \veil as ,vorking \Vith clients to ensure long term relief of headaches, muscle tension and repetitive strain injuries by focusing on proper biomechanics and posture.
Outside of the clinic Michelle spends her time with her husband Joel, son Jack and her black lab Sadie around their Okotoks home or enjoying outdoor activities like camping and hiking. Michelle looks fonvard to a long and growing career as a Massage Therapist.


Gloria Depper

Registered Massage Therapist (RMT)

Gloria is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduated from the 3000 hour program in Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy from Makami College in Calgary, Alberta. She is well trained in therapeutic massage, Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, prenatal massage, myofascial cupping massage, and hot stone massage.

She has a great awareness and respect for the human body. She fuses clinically based deep tissue and myofascial techniques to both calm and relax. With the addition of stretching movements and kneading techniques she is able to provide a restorative therapeutic treatment that aids in the body’s natural healing process to reconnect the person as a whole. She enjoys and loves her job as a Registered Massage Therapist.