Janette Day, Massage Therapist

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Janette is a 2010 graduate from West Coast College of Massage Therapy’s 3000-hour program. Janette joins the clinic the week of October 16/2023. The path leading to her career as a Registered Massage Therapist includes time as an aesthetician, mobile spa practitioner and many years as a corporate customer service specialist.

Her treatment approach is holistic and patient-centered, utilizing many techniques – from deep tissue systemic and neuromuscular therapy to light-touch therapies such as craniosacral and lymphatic drainage – to treat a wide range of chronic pain and overuse injuries, as well as providing manual therapy support for those coping with fibromyalgia, anxiety and trauma-based conditions such as PTSD. Her personal journey with breast cancer has inspired a special interest in oncology massage and post chest-surgery scar management. She looks forward to working with you to discover the benefits of massage therapy as part of your integrated approach to wellness.

Chenoa Hurst-Dand, Massage Therapist

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Chenoa Hurst-Dand graduated with honors from the Registered Massage Therapy program at VCC in 2021.

During her studies she participated in an outreach program with Amenida Seniors’ Community. She treated patients living with conditions including osteoarthritis, chronic disc herniations, sciatica and many other orthopedic and systemic conditions.

Chenoa is here for anyone looking to calm their nervous system and feel better, using a variety of techniques to do so. She has found a passion for facilitating healing and over-all well being for her patients. 

Dr. Barbara Maclean, Chiropractor

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In her late teens Barb suffered a serious accident leaving her with constant headaches and numbness in her hands.

After two years of physiotherapy and rehabilitation this condition persisted. Medical doctors recommended a spinal fusion. Luckily a family friend, who happened to be a neurosurgeon, recommended they take Barb to a chiropractor.

Out of desperation, Barb saw a Chiropractor and the results were amazing. Headaches and numbness were virtually eliminated in a very short period and all without any type of surgery let alone spinal related. Barb also had a new career option that up until that time she never new existed!

Prior to becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic, Barb received an honours degree in Kinesiology-Sports Medicine from the University of Waterloo. She treated varsity and elite athletes both on the field and in the rehabilitation clinic. While studying for her Doctorate in Chiropractic, Barb also found time to head up the operation of a busy motor vehicle accident rehabilitation centre.

Dr. Barbara Maclean graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1996. In 2001 she completed her fellowship in Paediatric Chiropractic which specializes on the conditions and management of issues commonly seen in family chiropractic.

I am so thankful my job enables me work and help my patients but also the flexibility to be there for my family. My husband and I have three wonderful children Jocelyn, Darien and Tara. And let’s not forget the dog, Willow.
Each day I go to work to help people.  This is why I love my job!  I am so thankful for those who have trusted me to help them.

Message from Dr. Barbara Maclean

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We support recommendations seeking to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on our most vulnerable populations while at the same time recognize the needs of patients requiring urgent care not related to COVID-19. If patients needing urgent care can not obtain assistance from specialized primary health care providers they will need the support of other health care professionals already inundated with handling this pandemic crisis.

Presently a doctor is available with significantly reduced service and availability in addition to COVID-19 precautions in effect. We continue to assess and monitor the situation closely while balancing the needs of patients requiring urgent care and the interest of public health and safety.

With regard to what constitutes urgent (emergency/acute) care the members have been directed to exercise their professional judgement to determine what constitutes emergency/acute care, as has always been the case when providing safe, effective and ethical care.

Patients who feel they have an urgent need for chiropractic care may leave a detailed message (include name, number(s) you can be reached at, and brief explanation of issue requiring urgent chiropractic care) at the office phone number 604-531-3066 or office email at macleanchiro@shaw.ca. As our reception desk staff are not in the office please expect delays in the return of messages. The doctor will perform active screening and an assessment of the injury over the phone and on a case by case basis. If appropriate an in office appointment will be setup for urgent care only. We are not accepting walk-ins.

Thank you for your co-operation and support. These changes have not been taken lightly and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will return to normal business as soon as possible.

Dr. Barbara Maclean

Maclean Chiropractic and Massage Inc.


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