Dr. Greg Uchacz
Chiropractor, Clinic Director
DC, FRCCSS(C), CSCS, FICC
Dr. Uchacz is Clinic Director at PHG. As a chiropractic sports specialist, Dr. Uchacz has provided health care support at over 200 International Competitions; including 3 Olympic Games. His credentials include previous health care provider for the Canadian Sport Institute, Health Care Director for Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton and Nordic Combined/Ski Jumping Canada, President of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sport Sciences (Canada), Member of the Board of Directors for the International Sports Chiropractic Association (ISCA), and Member of the Games Commission of the International Sport Chiropractic Federation (FICS). Practicing for nearly 25 years, Dr. Uchacz has previously been awarded: Chiropractor of the Year; by the Alberta College and Association of Chiropractic, the ‘Award of Merit’ with the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the ‘Distinguished Service Award’ with his alma mater, Palmer College of Chiropractic. He was recently awarded an Honorary Fellowship with the International College of Chiropractors for contributions to the advancement of his profession. Dr. Uchacz spends his spare time as a proud father of three children and husband to his amazing wife, Maura.
Dr. Kevin Tse
BHSc (Hons.) DC
Dr. Kevin Tse attained his Bachelor of Health Sciences degree with honors at the University of Calgary before moving to Toronto, ON to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr. Tse has a unique interest in partnering with those who know they need to “get more active” to become more proactive in their health, with an emphasis on prevention. Utilizing manual therapy techniques, including spinal manipulative therapy and myofascial release techniques, as well as promoting lifestyle changes in daily activity, exercises and stress management, Dr. Tse aims to see patients achieve their individual health goals as quickly as possible. Outside of clinic, Dr. Tse enjoys basketball, running and board games.
Dr. Jirjis began his formal education at the University of Alberta, before to move to Portland, Oregon to attain a Bachelor of Science in Human biology, a Master of Science in Sports Medicine and a Doctor of Chiropractic from the University of Western States. As a former martial arts instructor he has a keen eye for evaluating the body’s kinesthetics and loves working hands on with patients to help them meet their individual fitness goals. He has also worked closely with a variety of athletes, providing sideline care for a number of sporting events, including rodeos, marathons, rugby and football games. Matt’s multifaceted approach to patient care includes treatments like spinal manipulative therapy, myofascial release, rehabilitation exercise training and lifestyle counseling. In his free time Matt enjoys weightlifting, martial arts, guitar, hockey, and hiking.
Dr. Alex Fitzowich graduated from the University of Calgary with a Bachelors of Kinesiology in Biomechanics in 2014. He then moved to San Jose, California and completed his Doctor of Chiropractic from Palmer West College of Chiropractic in 2017 before moving back home to practice. Dr. Fitzowich enjoys working with athletes of all ages and skill levels, on the sideline or in the clinic. His specialty is working with strength athletes, as he has trained with the strongest in the world as a competitive powerlifter himself. Outside of the world of training and sports medicine Dr. Fitzowich is an avid reader and writer, and enjoys the outdoors.
Dr. Mandy Milliquet
HKIN (HONS), N.D.
To learn more about Dr. Milliquet, visit her website at www.drmandynd.com
Dr Kristy Gottselig is originally from Kelowna, BC. She received her Bachelor of Science from University of Victoria, and then went on to get her Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from Boucher Institute in Vancouver, BC. Kristy has always been involved in competitive sports including varsity CIS Rugby at UVIC as well as high level soccer. Kristy moved to Calgary in 2017 to expand her naturopathic practice. Dr. Gottselig has a special interest in pain management, hormonal health, athletic performance and nutrition. Kristy still plays soccer and golf and in her spare time going mountain biking and weightlifting.
Melissa completed her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 2005 at the University of Alberta. After working for a few years in both private and community settings, and completing her medical acupuncture certification in Edmonton, she moved to Calgary and has been working in the city since 2008. In 2009, she completed her Master in Clinical Science in Manual and Manipulative Therapy at the University of Western Ontario and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy. Melissa also completed numerous other courses including kinesiotaping, Mackenzie part A and B, functional dry needling, advanced functional dry needling and electrostim courses. In 2012, Melissa also completed her diagnostic imaging for physical therapy course from the University of Alberta. In 2013 Melissa started treating patients using the Neurac Method and Redcord machine. This unique multi suspension system helps in both assessing and treating muscles using isolation, neural activation, and functional movements.
Melissa enjoys an active lifestyle and is involved in various activities; crossfit, spin class, pilates, yoga, golf, and paddle boarding to name a few. Although, currently most of her enjoyment comes from spending time with her two young children. Melissa has a commitment to lifelong learning, but also lifelong travel. Her personal goal is to keep the number of countries she has travelled to more than her years alive.
Cristina McDonagh is a Registered Massage Therapist with 2200+ hours of training, and an active member of the Certified Registered Massage Therapist Association. Cristina’s passion for massage therapy began after deciding to change from a career as a banker, to putting focus on her health and fitness. It started with small changes, and those small changes led to even bigger ones. After much training, she made it to the start line for Calgary’s Ironman 70.3. She finished that race and felt amazing. From that point on, she knew that things just weren’t going to be the same.
Her interest in health and fitness began to grow which led her to achieving an AFLCA Certification in Group Exercise Instruction with a designation in cycle. Following this she completed her 3000-hour Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy Program through Makami College. Massage Therapy has allowed her to appreciate the body and its potential in a completely different way. She is fascinated with how massage can help restore full range of motion, increase fluid joint movement, decrease tightness in muscles, and re-energize the body. Cristina utilizes several techniques in her massage practice employing an effective holistic approach including deep tissue, cupping, myofascial release, and trigger point treatment.
#120 - 602 12TH AVENUE SW
CALGARY, AB T2R 1J3
Phone: (403) 225-3842
Monday - Thursday - 7am - 6pm
Friday - 7am - 4pm
Saturday - 8am - 2pm by Appointment