Dr. Bill Jacobs graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in 1997 with magna cum laude honours. Dr Jacobs is a Fellow with the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences and has over 20 years of active practice experience, working previously at the state-of-the-art Chiropractic Sports Institute in Los Angeles, California.
Born and raised in the Greater Vancouver area, Dr Todd Marshall graduated from Simon Fraser University in Kinesiology, and from Palmer College of Chiropractic West with Magnum Cum Laude honors. For the past 21 years, Dr Marshall has co-owned Sumas Mountain Sport & Spine.
Dr. Stephen Funk is a graduate of University of Western States, receiving his doctorate of Chiropractic in 2013. Born and raised in Abbotsford, Dr Funk has returned to his hometown to join Sumas Mtn. Sport & Spine and pursue a long-time goal of working in the community he was raised in.
Dr Tyler Oosterhof graduated from the University of Western States Doctor of Chiropractic and Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science programs in 2014. Dr Oosterhof has experience treating athletes at the professional, amateur and collegiate levels in a wide range of sports. He uses techniques such as Active Release Technique, Graston, SFMA, FAKTR and various kinesiotaping and athletic taping procedures.
Dr Courtney Bartel is a CIS Women's BasketBall alum and played for five years at UFV before earning her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. Dr Bartel completed her degree in Kinesiology at UFV and continued on to graduate with Summa Cum Laude honours from Palmer.
With over 30 years experience, Greg is a Sports Physiotherapist with a Fellowship in Orthopaedic Manual therapy. He has extensive experience in the treatment of athletic injuries and has been a member of the Canadian Soccer Medical staff for over 20 years. His practice includes the treatment of both recreational and professional athletes. Greg has been a head instructor with the Kinesiology department at the University of the Fraser Valley as well as a clinical instructor in advanced orthopaedics.
Jen has 23 years of experience working at Sport & Spine. She practices Gunn IMS, uses it to treat chronic conditions: fibromyalgia, headaches, temporal mandibular dysfunction (TMJ dysfunction), shoulder and hip pain. She also treats pre-natal and post partum dysfunction. She lives in Abbotsford with husband Greg Bay, their two teenage daughters. Jen likes to practice yoga, downhill ski garden and you may see her out running with her lovely labradoodle Indy.
Born and raised in Abbotsford BC, Koby is a CIS Men’s soccer alumni, who played for the University of the Fraser Valley while attaining his Bachelor degree in Kinesiology. He then moved to Australia to complete his Masters of Physiotherapy at Griffith University in 2016. He has currently been working locally for the past 5 years treating a wide-range of conditions and helping mentor young aspiring Physiotherapist students.
Erin obtained a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Neuropsychology from UFV as well as a Master’s in Physiotherapy and MBA from the University of Alberta. In addition to treating patients, Erin plans to sit on boards of healthcare corporations to help improve Canadians’ experiences with the rehabilitation medical system.
Joanne became interested in Massage therapy after a family experience with injury and rehabilitation. This led her to West Coast College of Massage Therapy where she graduated in 2013 from the 3000-hour RMT program. With over 7 years of experience, she has treated a wide range of conditions from athletic injuries, car accidents, to neurological disorders, stress management, and pregnancy. As an RMT she has had the privilege to be involved with the BC Summer Games, Grand Fondos located in Whistler and Kelowna, UBC and UFV athletes, Canadian PGA, and the GF Strong Rehabilitation Center. She continues to expand her knowledge and techniques by attending conferences and seminars regularly. Joanne strives to help clients of all ages and from all walks of life to ease tension and stress to achieve optimal mobility and function.