Dr. Jonathan Okrainetz - Chiropractor, Contemporary Acupuncture Practitioner BSc.Kin., DC
Dr. Okrainetz grew up in Saskatoon, graduating from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor in Kinesiology in 2012. He then relocated to Toronto where he successfully completed his his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and received training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture through McMaster University before relocating to Calgary in 2016. Dr. Okrainetz uses an evidence based approach to diagnosing and treating various neuromusculoskeletal conditions of the spine and extremities. As a diversified chiropractic practitioner he utilizes a combination of spinal and extremity manipulations, various soft tissue therapy techniques, electroacupuncture, and rehabilitative exercises to manage both acute and chronic injuries, helping his patients eliminate pain and become active participants in their health and well being.
A former national competitor in ice dance, Dr. Okrainetz has developed a passion working with figure skaters, gymnasts, and dancers, helping them perform at their best while avoiding common injuries associated with their sports. As a result of his work with skaters and dancers and personal injuries he sustained during his competitive career, Dr. Okrainetz has developed a special interest in the management of hip and lower body injuries. In his free time, Dr. Okrainetz remains actively involved with figure skating, working as a technical official for Skate Canada. When not in the clinic or at a rink, he enjoys getting outdoors to hike and loves to play any sport recreationally, to various degrees of success.
Dr. Corrado Cultrera - Chiropractor, ART® provider BSc., DC, ART®
Dr. Corrado Cultrera completed a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Calgary. He graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1999 with a special focus on Sports Performance and Injury Prevention in the youth athlete. Dr. Cultrera has received advanced training in soft tissue injury management and is fully credentialed in Active Release Techniques®, Graston Technique®, FAKTR-PM®, Kinesiotaping and Custom Foot Orthotics. Dr. Cultrera focuses on Athlete Optimization and Youth Injury Prevention. He has worked with AVP Professional and Collegiate volleyball players, the Toronto Argonauts, BC Lions, and has been part of the ART® treatment team at the Ironman Canada triathlon. Dr. Cultrera is an active member of the triathlon community and Vice president of the Kronos Youth High Performance Triathlon club.
Katie Macdonald - Chiropractor BSc., DC
Dr. Katie MacDonald completed her Bachelor of Science in natural science at the University of Calgary with concentrations in biology and chemistry. Her interests in sports and the medical field led her to move to Portland, Oregon to complete her Doctor of Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science in human biology at the University of Western States. She is focused on educating her patients to give them the tools they need to be at their optimal health and peak athletic performance. She is a native Calgarian who grew up playing various sports with different clubs in the city. She uses her personal experiences with injury to enhance her understanding of how to modify training around injuries and pain. Clinical practicum has given her more rehab experience and involvement in providing integrated care as part of a multidisciplinary team. She enjoys helping her patients get back to functioning normally and pain free by utilizing a variety of soft tissue techniques, taping, functional rehab, diversified and activator adjustments to improve her patients’ active lifestyles.