Dr. Jane Krueger, DC
With experience in the treatment of chronic pain conditions, work-related injuries, sports injuries, pediatrics, pregnancy and post-partum, I have treated a wide variety of patients. I am certified in the use of instrument assisted soft tissue techniques and practice diversified chiropractic technique. I am certified in the GrowCo Post-Natal Rehabilitation program, Webster Technique for perinatal care and Advanced Perinatal Care. As a previously Registered Kinesiologist, I emphasize the importance of exercise, education and health promotion in my practice. In her spare time, I can be found hiking or skiing the local mountains with my husband, trying new recipes, or grabbing a cup of coffee at local cafes. I am excited to be back in Tsawwassen, and look forward to getting involved in and serving the community of South Delta.
I am grateful for the support I received (and continue to receive) in my own journey, and as I keep moving forward it has become my life's great joy to offer unwavering and heartfelt support to others through movement in all its forms. In all that I do I aim to create a safe and encouraging space for my clients, finding ways to make everyone fall in love with themselves again, to let go of what is no longer useful, making room for all that is possible. Certificates and expertise include CrossFit, Burgener Weightlifting, Self defense, Boxing, Yoga, Animal flow and Calisthenics.
Chloe Stevens, RCC
Since a young age, I’ve had a strong drive to alleviate the suffering of others. This drive, combined with passion for understanding human nature led me to pursue undergraduate studies in psychology and counselling at Kwantlen Polytechnic University where I received my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Counselling. I am currently studying at Adler University one month away from obtaining my master’s degree in Counselling Psychology. My formal education is enriched by volunteering in diverse settings including crisis responder at the Kids Help Phone and numerous positions at the BC Family Justice Innovation Lab.
Rick Dubras, RCC
I've been on this counseling journey since the early 2000s, working in various settings, from Private Practice to Healthcare organizations, supporting individuals across the age spectrum. My areas of practice cover a wide range of issues, including addictions, anxiety, family counseling, and life transitions. Most importantly, I believe that you, as the client, are the guide in our collaborative work. I'm here to foster trust, open honest communication, and ultimately help you find insight and positive change.
Registered Massage Therapist
Justin Lorette, RMT
I have always had a passion for the sciences and have always strived to pursue knowledge and understanding in all I do. After suffering a whiplash injury in 2017, I sought care through massage therapy and chiropractic work. It was after seeing the care others put into me through manual therapy that I decided that I wanted something different than Chemical Engineering and decided to change paths into Massage Therapy. I quickly fell in love with all aspects of the profession and was excited to give back in a more meaningful way than I did before as others had done with myself. I grew up in Richmond and currently live in Ladner with my wife, 2 children, and dog. I enjoy staying active in as many ways as I can including cycling, hiking, and chasing my children around the house. I practice using a pain-science and movement therapy approach to patient care, using Swedish relaxation techniques, myofascial release, and trigger point work — combined with an emphasis on home-care and hydrotherapy to ensure my patients live as pain-free as possible.