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At Beaumont Wellness Centre we offer Beaumont’s most experienced Acupuncturists in a safe, sterile (yet still relaxing!) clinical environment. Any medical procedure that breaks the skin is an intrusive procedure that should be carried out a professional clinic with rigorous policies, standards and inspections. Needles are never reused. At our facility we offer extended evening hours and you wil... Read More

At Beaumont Wellness Centre we offer Beaumont’s most experienced Acupuncturists in a safe, sterile (yet still relaxing!) clinical environment. Any medical procedure that breaks the skin is an intrusive procedure that should be carried out a professional clinic with rigorous policies, standards and inspections. Needles are never reused. At our facility we offer extended evening hours and you will be steps away from other healthcare practitioners who are dedicated to your health and wellness.


Registered Massage Therapy


Psychologist Services


Counselling / Psychology / Mental Health


Reiki

Reiki s a therapy often described as palm healing or hands-on-body healing in which a practitioner places hands lightly on or over a patient's body to facilitate the patient's process of healing. Reiki combines the Japanese and Chinese word-characters of "rei" (spiritual or supernatural) and "ki" (vital energy). One of the basic ideas held by those who practice Reiki is that this vital energy ... Read More

Reiki s a therapy often described as palm healing or hands-on-body healing in which a practitioner places hands lightly on or over a patient's body to facilitate the patient's process of healing.
Reiki combines the Japanese and Chinese word-characters of "rei" (spiritual or supernatural) and "ki" (vital energy). One of the basic ideas held by those who practice Reiki is that this vital energy can be channeled to support the body's natural ability to heal itself.

While this may sound like voodoo magic to some, even nonbelievers who have spent an hour with a skilled Reiki master (as they’re called) have felt a positive shift of some sort. Many describe Reiki sessions—a combination of light touch and above-the-body energy sweeping—as calming or grounding. And for others, it feels more like an emotional realignment.

Some of the many health benefits of having regular Reiki sessions include:
Bring on a deep meditative state
Foster tissue and bone healing after injury or surgery
Stimulate your body’s immune system
Promote natural self-healing
Relive pain and tension
Support the wellbeing of people receiving traditional medical treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, surgery and kidney dialysis.

Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Dr. Paul graduated from Life Chiropractic College West in Hayward, California, in 2005. He was also awarded his doctor of natural medicine by the Board of Natural Medicine Doctors & Practitioners–North America. Upon graduation, Dr. Paul returned to the Capital Region, were he opened his first clinic, the award-winning Century Park Pain and Health, in South Edmonton. Over the next 10 years, he opened three more clinics: Refresh Health and Wellness in Sherwood Park, Dynamic Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre in Spruce Grove, and Beaumont Wellness Centre in Beaumont. Dr. Paul has since opened two more clinics. Last year, he merged and opened a clinic in Leduc (Willow Park Physiotherapy), and this year, he purchased a second Spruce Grove location: 360 Wellness. He was one of the first persons to introduce spinal decompression in the region, a non-surgical, drug-free treatment that targets the source of spinal pain rather just the pain itself. In 2008, he founded Spinal Care Canada, extending spinal decompression services to locations throughout Alberta. Today, Dr. Paul’s clinics are more than just chiropractic offices: they focus on comprehensive, whole health solutions. Each clinic provides multiple services, including chiropractic, massage therapy, acupuncture, physiotherapy, shockwave therapy, neuropathy, and podiatry. He is not only dedicated to providing optimum care to his clients, he strives to make his clinics leading care centres in their areas. Dr. Paul’s customers are the first to say his customer service is amazing. He puts his patients first and focuses on only their time and treatment. Over the last 14 years, he has mentored the rest of his team in these same principles. Whether you see him for your treatment or one of his many qualified practitioners, you can know you’ll be in good hands. Dr. Paul is in our clinic every Tuesday and Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. To book your next appointment with Dr. Paul, phone us at (780) 737-2006.

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Dr. Caylee’s education began at the U of A before she graduated from the University of Western States in 2018. She primarily practices diversified technique, though Dr. Caylee is happy to tailor her treatments to your comfort level, which can include Activator or instrument assisted work instead of hands on manipulations. A given treatment with Dr. Caylee not only includes joint work but also soft tissue therapy and rehabilitation. She offers Graston Technique, Myofascial cupping, and other adjunct treatment options such as Spinal Decompression. Dr. Caylee loves getting to know your entire family. She particularly loves working with your littles, but will happily work on kids, grandparents, and everyone in between! To better serve her pregnant patients she became Webster Certified, which is a technique specific to safely supporting mama’s throughout all stages of pregnancy. This technique aims to best prepare mom for delivery by addressing the joints, muscles, and ligaments of the pelvis with the goal of a more comfortable, safer, and easier birth. When she is not in the office, you can find Dr. Caylee outside running, golfing, skiing, or chasing her fur baby at the off leash park. Chiropractic care has been integral in allowing her to do the things that she loves, and she wants the same for you! Dr. Caylee will give you the tools you need to meet your goals, and would love to be part of you and your family’s journey to a happy and healthier lifestyle.

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Sheryl Bruce, Dr.Ac. (Doctor of Acupuncturist)

Sheryl has been treating clients with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine since 2002. In addition to her 6 years of formal education, she studied and worked in China, Japan and Indonesia for a few years before her return to Alberta where she then embraced an opportunity to take over and run the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Clinic in the Edmonton General Hospital. She had a vibrant practice there for almost 15 years prior to making her way out to Beaumont with her family.

The combination of Sheryl’s years of clinical experience and the comprehensive perspective that Chinese medicine employs allows her to help people uncover and treat the root cause(s) of disharmony and dis-ease in the body. She is truly passionate about this field of medicine and has been able to see many people reap life changing results from her treatments and care.

While Sheryl feels confident to treat any kind of dissonance in the body, be it some kind of emotional or physical pain to deep internal illness, she has a fascination with women’s health such as fertility issues, pregnancy, menopause, anxiety, life transitions, you name it :-) She is an educator by nature and always seeks to empower her clients with as much practical information as possible so that the treatment extends far beyond the treatment room.

Check out her website at ​www.sherylstanford.com​ where you can read her many articles and benefit from her free guides to begin empowering yourself with the fundamental principles of Chinese medicine. There you will also see that along with her own personal journey as a woman, wife and mother of two, she has cultivated a deep understanding of the interaction of mind-body-spirit in promoting and sustaining health and wellbeing. Her rich tapestry of knowledge allows her to offer unique and much needed insight into the health challenges many people face in the world today.

Outside the clinic you will find Sheryl writing, spending time with her family, friends and dog, walking, running, rollerblading, skiing, doing yoga, singing karaoke, road trips, traveling and and striving to live life to its fullest :-)

Sheryl Bruce, Dr.Ac. (Doctor of Acupuncturist) Sheryl has been treating clients with Acupuncture... Read More

From a young age I’ve always had a passion for understanding the human condition and why and how people make decisions as well as the internal and external factors that may affect these decisions. This curiosity led to my deep passion for psychology. During my undergrad at the University of Alberta, I was fascinated by the different areas of psychology such as neuropsychology, environmental psychology, health psychology and aspects of brain and behaviour which I use to help me understand and conceptualize client needs in my practice as a therapist. Using these areas as a framework for understanding, I further conceptualize the clients needs using modalities rooted in a psychodynamic framework and various interventions in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), solution focused therapy (SFT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) as well as some elements of mindfulness. My areas of expertise are anxiety, depression, ADHD, low self esteem, relationship challenges, familial difficulties, and agoraphobia. My client focus are children ages 7+, adolescents, couples, seniors, and those who identify as neurodivergent.

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Erin is a former competitive hockey player and high school counsellor. Currently, outside of private practice, Erin is also a teacher, delivers team sports performance sessions, is a wife to a first responder, and volunteers to coach her children’s sports teams. Her happy place is her parent’s cabin on Pigeon Lake (goes for the company, stays for the sunsets!)

She is passionate about combining her personal interests with her professional training to connect with clients, working collaboratively with them to identify and meet goals set through therapy, offering a variety of tools and strategies to help them build resiliency through strength-based approaches.

Regulated By:

Erin is a Registered Psychologist and is regulated by the College of Alberta Psychologists.

Clients:

Erin provides therapy to individuals, including children (8+), adolescents and adults.

Erin can provide formal assessment and diagnosis for a variety of mood disorders and ADHD.

Specialties:

• Anxiety & Depression • LGBTQIA2S+, Identity and Belonging • Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence • Sports Performance, Recruitment and Testing Consultation • Educational Supports and Academic Advising • Post-Secondary and Career Counselling

Preferred Treatment Approaches:

• Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy • Mindfulness Based Therapy (MCBT) • Performance on Demand and Sport Performance Coaching • Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)

Education: • Master of Counselling, University of Calgary • Master of Education, Harvard University • Bachelor of Psychology, Yale University

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Emelie is a graduate of the MacEwan acupuncture program and a master reiki practitioner. She enjoys being able to treat the root of a condition in order to accomplish results, improve over all health and function. It is important to her to treat with her hands, mind and heart by taking perspective from traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine.

Emelie took an interest in helping people at a young age through family background in western and alternative medicine. Having gained knowledge through the years she grew a passion for using the different approaches in harmony to encourage further healing in the body. She values continuous learning from education and the world around her. On her off time she has a passion for art, sports and camping.

Emelie uses a variety of modalities to aid healing in her treatments including Gua sha, cupping, motor point needling, electro acupuncture and tens machine, auricular acupuncture, moxibustion, and Tui Na massage.

Emelie has an interest in treating a wide variety of conditions including but not limited to: - musculoskeletal conditions, Pain management - Mental health and wellness ( sleep disorders, anxiety, depression, PTSD) - Digestive system issues - Fertility and women’s reproductive health, pregnancy health - Fertility and men’s reproductive health - Asthma and ENT related conditions

Emelie is a graduate of the MacEwan acupuncture program and a master reiki practitioner. She enjo... Read More

Diane Legault is a Registered Massage Therapist at the Beaumont Wellness Centre. She offers a variety of therapeutic massage treatments including deep tissue massage, relaxation massage, cupping, myofascial therapy and trigger point release. Diane successfully completed the 3000 hour Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy program at MaKami College in 2017 and is a member of the Canadian Massage & Manual Osteopathic Therapists Association (CMMOTA). In her spare time, Diane enjoys traveling, camping and spending time with her family.

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NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW MASSAGE CLIENTS

NEW ACUPUNCTURE CLIENTS WELCOME

As your Doctor of Acupuncturist and massage therapist, I can offer you:

A graduate of the ICTCM acupuncture class of 2012 and a graduate of the Vicars School of Massage Therapy class of 2018.

7 years of post-secondary education with multitudes of continuing education courses, including deep tissue massage therapy training of the upper body.

Experience with all levels of massage pressure: light, medium and deep.

Various acupuncture techniques (other than needling), such as lasers, moxa, micro-stim, gua-sha, massage, ion cords, heat therapy, tacks, cupping and essential oils.

Small needles. Typical acupuncture needles are 0.25mm. For comfort, I use needles smaller than this. Scroll to the bottom to see how small acupuncture needles are. I also use lasers for clients who are sensitive. These are very effective at helping to reduce any discomfort. Massage therapy before acupuncture is also helpful.

A modern diagnosis (via my AcuGraph) with an in-depth personal health review sent to your e-mail. Click here for more info on the AcuGraph.

A loving touch. I truly care for each of my patients! I am a highly empathetic and compassionate practitioner. I am a fully dedicated to my patients and put forth my best effort.


What I enjoy treating:


Mental and emotional issues including anxiety, stress, emotional trauma, depression, guilt, shame, worry, overthinking, foggy or unclear mind

Digestive issues including stomach pain, loose stools, IBS, flatulence, nausea, GERD

Phlegm issues: frog in the throat, coughing up phlegm, post-nasal drip, lipomas, chronic chest infections. These symptoms may be accompanied by headaches, migraines or digestive upset

Pain and discomfort including muscle pain, jaw pain, TMJD, sciatica, arthritis, joint pain, chest pain, neuropathy/nerve pain (shooting pain, numbness, tingling etc)


My acupuncture practice is open to all patients age 11 and over and massage is open to ages 5 and over.

Most of my free time is spent researching, meditating, or spending time with my family and pets. I hope that you allow me to join you in your quest for better health!

Love, Dr. Jocelyn

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Michelle has practiced massage therapy since 2006 when she became a member of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. She is a current member of the Massage Therapists Association of Alberta.

Her goal is to provide what’s needed for clients to increase mobility with less pain so that they can spend time on what makes life worth living!

Modalities

• Deep Tissue Massage

• Lymphatic Drainage

• Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization

• Cupping (bruiseless)

• Trigger Point Therapy

• Myofascial Therapy

• Neuromusclular Therapy

• Stress Reduction/Mindfulness Techniques

• Pain Management

• Yoga-based Movement Therapies

Practice Specialties

• neck/back-related conditions

• pre/post joint replacement therapy and

• central sensitization pain syndromes

In her free time Michelle stays active bicycling, swimming, attending barre classes, painting and enjoying time with family and friends.

Resources to maintain pain-free easy movement can be found on her website (http://www.michellefrazer.com).

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Dr. Lal received his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (D.P.M.) degree from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, in Miami Shores, Florida, in 1998. On completion of this four-year medical/surgical program, he joined a practice in Ohio, after which he moved to Florida and opened his own practice which flourished for 17 years. Dr. Lal joined the team at 360 Podiatry after making a decision to relocate to Canada to be close to his family.

Dr. Lal has extensive knowledge and work experience diagnosing and treating dermatological, musculoskeletal, metabolic and diabetic-related disorders of the foot. He also has a comprehensive understanding of the biomechanics of the foot and ankle. Dr. Lal also incorporates the use of orthotics, braces, injections, shockwave therapy and taping along with minor in office surgery for the treatment of foot related pain, injuries and conditions.

Dr. Lal likes to take a multi-disciplinary approach to the care of his patients and working at 360 Podiatry will allow him to facilitate this approach due to the presence of physiotherapists, Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine, and Family Medicine practitioners at the wellness clinics. Dr. Lal’s philosophy is to be very attentive to his patients and listen to their needs in order to provide care and treatment with the utmost concern for his patient’s welfare and comfort.

Dr. Lal is a member of the College of Podiatric Physicians of Alberta and the American Podiatric Medical Association. No doctor referrals are necessary for an appointment to see Dr. Lal at our clinics.

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My name is Duncan Welton, I graduated from Alberta College of Massage Therapy January 2018, Since graduation I have worked in Beaumont chiropractic walk in clinic along with running my own clinic for nurses from the hospital in Ponoka ( extremely busy). I pride myself on being as dedicated to my clients as possible. Health, recovery, Pain reduction , mobility, and maintenance. I have a lifetime of experience in athletics. Three different sports flirted with professional careers. With 20 years in the golf industry I have thorough knowledge of the golf swing and the muscles that cause pain and restriction of movement/ flexibility. Since graduation I have continued my education by taking modality courses including Hot Stones and Cupping ( which I include in all treatments as required and approval of client at no extra charge) Other courses completed are Pre and Postnatal Care, Cancer care (during and post care), Thai Yoga Level I in association with hand and foot reflexology. Beyond my Athletic achievements, The fact that i have a journeyman tickets in mechanics (Quads, Sleds, Marine, and Turf equipment ), My RMT education, my greatest accomplishment is my son Elliot, I have been a solo parent for 11 years and through all his hard work he is a 5 time Honor role student with goals of a lengthy university education. Considered a 1%er his computer skills have led his age group and beyond. When he was 9 and I had to say he was 12 to get into the robotics class for 12+ at the Edmonton Science center, By day 2 the instructor had my son helping the other students . Elliot also has had a shoe business and a youtube channel on cooking ( still growing). It’s nice to come home to a gourmet meal most every night. I look forward to becoming your Massage therapist and Helping with each and everyone’s quality of life,

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Dr. Dustin grew up in Edmonton where he played hockey for 12 years for the Knights of Columbus Organization. As someone who received treatment from various health practitioners for multiple sports-related injuries, he know for a long time that he wanted to work in health care.

​He graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science Degree, majoring in biology, and later received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer West College in San Jose, California.

​Dr. Dustin returned to Edmonton after graduation and now continues his practice at Refresh Health and Wellness. His treatments focus on soft tissue work, adjustments, spinal decompression, home exercises and stretches.

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Khurshid graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2010 from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in India. Khurshid brings over a decade of experience working with different age groups and problems!

If he had to specific one specialty, it’d be sports injuries. He’s a huge football (soccer) fan. His favorite team is Manchester United. In fact, he loves the team so much that he followed them all the way to England to complete schooling in Exercise and Sports Science in Manchester at Manchester Metropolitan University. ⚽️💖

His love for sports is probably what led him to specialize in sports injury physiotherapy. He works with injury cases from both indoor and outdoor sports, mostly in volleyball, basketball, baseball, rugby, hockey, soccer, and football (the Canadian kind). Given how much Beaumont loves sports, he has many amateur to pro level athletes (Yes, CFL too) who has seen him for treatment.

Khurshid’s patients are ranging from cute, little children to respected, mature seniors. He enjoys working with patients following knee or hip replacement/ surgery, or spinal surgery as he has personal experience working alongside an orthopedic/ replacement and neuro surgeon for two years.

He also worked alongside podiatrists for a few years, gaining vast knowledge regarding foot and ankle issues, especially many hard-working Albertans who are in the oil patch and construction wearing steel-toed footwear full time.

Lately, he’s been working with whiplash cases, often a result of motor vehicle accidents (MVA). He also works with neck pain, low back pain, and issues arising from nerve or disc related pathology using Spinal Decompression. Additionally, not to forget his keen interest working on Posture and issues arising from bad postural habits that is seen very common amongst office and desk workers who are mainly working from home specially after COVID-19.

He has over seven years experience working with Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), which is in huge demand among patients looking for quick pain relief and movement improvement.

Khurshid believes in tailoring physiotherapy programs for each individual. He combines his knowledge of exercise science with the latest equipment and hands-on skills to achieve the best outcome for his clients. ⠀ In his spare time, he likes to go on a long drive and to the mountains to see crystal blue water, despite not being a very good hiker. 😉

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Dr. Laurie started her postsecondary education at University of Alberta Augustana, where she played soccer for 3 years. In her last year at the U of A, she decided she wanted experience in the rehabilitation field and became a trainer for the minor midget AAA hockey team in Camrose.

She then went on to the University of Western States in Portland, where she graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Although Dr. Laurie provides chiropractic care to a wide variety of patients, she particularly loves caring for little ones, mothers to be, and new mamas.

In her spare time, she enjoys going on hikes or spending time at the dog park with her Bernese Mountain dog, Hudson.

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