Clinic Update June 2022 (New RMT)

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Please welcome our new team member Cheyenne Priest, RMT. Cheyenne joins the clinic effective June 29/2022 and is available through our Online Booking (button located at bottom of page) to reserve your spot or call our office at (604)531-3066 for assistance. Alexandria Ten Brink, RMT is presently on leave and will return at a date to be announced. We wish her all the best.

Cheyenne Priest, Massage Therapist

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Cheyenne graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Victoria campus in August 2018. Throughout her active life she has found a variety of manual therapies effective for maintenance of her health, Continue reading “Cheyenne Priest, Massage Therapist”

Alexandria Ten Brink, Massage Therapist

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Alexandria has always found a love for helping others. As an experienced RMT she has treated patients of all walks of life. Her background has allowed her to assist with ICBC rehabilitation, chronic pain and pre & postnatal.

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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 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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