We'll Help You Reach Your Goals

Regardless of your goal – to achieve pain relief, to run again, to see better performance or flexibility – we can help you reach it. Our practitioners will work with you to develop a plan to see results in a way that works best with your expectations.

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Alternative Wellness Options

Pain can manifest itself from stress, lack of sleep, weakness. We offer a wide range of alternative treatments including acupuncture to target the root of your pain and not just treat the symptoms.

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Your Health, Your Plan, Your Goals

We are so much more than just a Chiropractic Health Centre in Calgary. We believe in knowing you on a first name basis, working with you to develop the perfect health plan that fits your lifestyle, and working together to reach your goals. With Chiropractic Care, Massage Therapy, and Alternative Therapies offered under one roof, you can feel like you have a team of practitioners who have your best interest at heart.

Chiropractic Care

We offer tailored care for athletic injuries and prevention, pediatric chiropractic care, pre-natal chiropractic care, individual injury and chronic pain treatment and prevention.

Alternative Therapies

Benefit from alternative therapy options such as Active Release Techniques (ART)Active Isolated Stretching, and Graston Technique.

Massage Therapy

Our Registered Massage Therapist is one of Calgary’s select few who can offer a wide range of massage therapies, including Active Isolated Stretching for injury treatment and injury prevention.

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy is a safe non-surgical alternative that accelerates healing so you can recover faster. 80% of patients report improvement after the first treatment.

Meet Your Health Team

Practitioners Working Together

Dr. Jamila Abdulla

Dr. Jamila Abdulla


Dr. Jamila Abdulla founded the Chiropractic Health Centre in 1999 shortly after completing her Doctor of Chiropractic degree (DC) from Parker University in Dallas, Texas. She is the current Clinic Director of this growing multi-disciplinary health care facility that is committed to patient centered care and clinical excellence.




Massage Therapist

Jennifer is one of only a handful of Registered Massage Therapists within Calgary trained and certified to offer Active Isolated Stretching (AIS). Beyond this, she has over  10 years of experience providing sport massage therapy, pre and post natal massage therapy, and injury treatment and prevention. Jennifer’s passion for massage is evident with each massage she performs. She can offer a wide variety of massage therapies, ranging from sports, deep tissue, pre and post pregnancy, relaxation and AIS.



Registered Massage Therapist

Kate’s enjoys the opportunity to not only help her clients but also to educate them on their condition so that they can avoid either re-injury or progression of the condition. Kate, a registered massage therapist has been a practicing massage therapist for over 17 years and she finds she is still as passionate about her job today as she was on her first day. She can offer a wide variety of massage therapies, ranging from sports, deep tissue, pre and post pregnancy, relaxation and hot-stone therapies.



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New: Shockwave Therapy

We use high-intensity sound waves to stimulate the tissues of the body: this stimulation creates an optimal healing environment…

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