Doctor of Chiropractic
Brock completed his undergraduate studies at Brock University where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. From there, he went to New York Chiropractic College to obtain his Doctor of Chiropractic where he graduated with honours and was co-president of the Rehab2Performance club. He is also a certified neurofunctional acupuncturist, which he completed through the Contemporary Neurofunctional Acupuncture program at McMaster University.
Growing up, he played many sports but pursued hockey competitively. Upon finishing playing hockey, he has taken up several other sports/activities as he is always up for a new challenge. When he is not with patients, Brock can usually be found in the gym.
Throughout his life as an athlete, he has watched many friends and teammates suffer from injuries and go through a healthcare system that did not treat them as well as it could have. Brock wants to make your experience a more positive one. It is his mission to not just ease a few of your symptoms but to address the underlying cause of the issue and get you back to a life that you love.
KRISTINA DE LOS REYES
Doctor of Chiropractic
Kristina attended Wilfrid Laurier University, where she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with minors in French and Biology. She also has a post-graduate degree from Humber College in Clinical Research. From there, she went on to pursue her Doctor of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College where she graduated with honours and was co-president of the Rehab2Performance club. She is also a certified neurofunctional acupuncturist.
Growing up, Kristina swam competitively and played rugby. She has since shifted her focus to strength training and is a 200 hour certified yoga instructor. As an athlete, she has had her fair share of injuries and frustrations with the health care system, which inspired her to obtain her doctorate. Kristina is passionate about gut health, mechanical pain, and physical and mental strength.
Her goal is to work alongside you to find the root of your problem to get you back to doing what you love.
Christine (Pei-Wen) Wang was born and raised in Taiwan, and moved to Canada when she was 15 years old. She attended McMaster for her undergrad in health sciences and her masters in Physical therapy at University of Toronto. Further, she is a certified neurofunctional acupuncturist through McMaster University.
Growing up, Christine developed a passion for dance and the human body. She understands that smaller injuries can have a large impact on function and how it can impact our day to day lives.
Christine is a bilingual pelvic health physical therapist and would love to work along side you to become the best version of yourself.