Dr. Derek Vinge – Chiropractor
- Dynamic warm-up and run leader in the Comox Valley Road Runners learn-to-run class.
- Treatment support for local events including DCX Triathlon, The Cumby & Perseverance train running race
- IRONMAN Whistler Chiropractor and A.R.T.® Treatment Team
- Comox Bay Care Society treating homeless or at-risk populations with the Care-A-Van Program
- Team Therapist for Rowing Canada
- Comox Valley Kickers Rugby team chiropractic care & therapy support
- Victoria Marathon Medical support tent chiropractic therapy
Dr. Simon Conde – Chiropractor
Growing up on Bowen Island gave Dr. Simon a unique perspective into how a local community can support a stronger bond with each other and a sense of well-being. He finished High school in West Vancouver and then moved to the Island to attend the University of Victoria. With a lifelong interest in chiropractic therapy, Dr. Simon attended and graduated from the University of Western States with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in addition to further certifications in Active Release Technique.
Dr. Simon is an avid sailor and has raced many different categories of boats. He has moved to Cumberland and is embracing the small town outdoors scene with mountain biking and trail running and taking his dog on long walks.
Dr. Caeden Chau – Chiropractor
Caeden Chau is a chiropractor who is passionate about helping others. She believes that ‘movement is medicine’ and strives to help incorporate active, healthy living into her patient’s lives. Originally from Mississauga, Ontario, Dr. Caeden played competitive volleyball, along with many other sports. She often participated in volunteer outreaches abroad supporting underserved communities. These experiences strengthened her desire to help others within the healthcare field.
Dr. Caeden graduated from Western University with a Bachelor of Science with Honours Specialization in Kinesiology, where she worked as the trainer for the varsity women’s lacrosse team. She then obtained her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. During her time at CMCC, she participated in a chiropractic outreach to the Dominican Republic, where she served the local communities.
Dr. Caeden’s treatment approach includes evidence-based, individualized care, consisting of education, manual therapy, soft tissue therapy, and rehabilitation exercises. Dr. Caeden is trained in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and is Webster certified. Her goal is to help patients improve their quality of life, reach their goals and return to doing the activities that they love. Outside of the office, you can find Dr. Caeden cooking, travelling, and taking full advantage of all that Comox Valley has to offer!
Katy Lucas – RMT
Katy was born and raised in Victoria, BC. A world traveler at heart, she followed her curiosity to over 15 countries before ultimately choosing to settle down in the Comox Valley.
Being raised on the West coast, Katy shares a strong connection with the outdoors and enjoys activities such as mountain biking, rock climbing and snowboarding. She has a deep passion for healing, and finds inspiration in assisting people towards their optimal state of health and wellness.
Katy took her training at the West Coast College Of Massage Therapy in Victoria, BC. Throughout her schooling, she found herself drawn to working in rehabilitation & sports therapy. Inspired by her background in Traditional Thai Massage and Yoga therapy, she infuses her practice with natural movement, yoga inspired stretches, focused breathing & a blend of active techniques based on the clients needs.
Katy believes that body awareness and movement are two integral pieces of a greater whole and that it is essential for clients to leave her treatment room feeling empowered. At the end of each treatment, she will recommend a beneficial home care plan that provides the client with a method of helping themselves reach their personal goals. Ultimately, Katy aspires to keep her clients doing the things that they love most.
Katy is constantly soaking up new knowledge and evolving her practice to follow suit. These days, you can find Katy exploring the local trails, practicing piano or geeking out to anatomy & biomechanics.