Lisa Kilgour, RHN
I have a passion for whole food and educating people about healthy eating habits and the road to optimal health. As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, I break down the multitude of confusing information about food and nutrition into easy to understand and practical bite-sized pieces. I very happily arrived in the Okanagan Valley in the fall of 2008 and my practice is in Peachland, Pentiction, and Kelowna.
Joel Kryczka BSc.PT.
Dip.Sport P.T., Dip.B.H.Kin. (Ex.Sc.), C.A.F.C.I.
Joel graduated from UBC School of physiotherapy in 2003. Since that time, he has gone on to do a postgraduate diploma in sports physiotherapy, and became certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. Joel has also recently been trained in treatment of vertigo related disorders.
Joel has recently been selected to be a member of the medical staff working at the Vancouver Polyclinic at the 2010 Winter Olympics; only one of two physiotherapists in the Okanagan to have this honor.
Joel has worked with many professional and amateur level athletes including those from the NHL, Pro Wakeboard Tour, National Snowboard Tour, National Ski-Cross team, National U19 Soccer, Okanagan Sun Football team, BC Figure Skating, BC Volleyball, AAA/AAAA Midget Hockey, and the UBCO Volleyball/Basketball teams. He has also worked with various competitive level marathoners, triathletes, mixed martial artists, climbers and dancers in the Okanagan.
Joel also continues to work with the BC and Development Snowboard teams- including Half Pipe, Snowboard Cross, and Slopestyle.
Joel is actively involved with Sport Med BC as the Okanagan representative for Sport Physiotherapy BC and is also a clinical Instructor for UBC School of Rehabilitation. In his spare time, Joel enjoys snowboarding, running, swimming, and working out alongside his wife, Colleen.
Dr. Megan Kimberley, BSc., N.D.
Dr. Megan Kimberley is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor. She has spent the past ten years running the Mackenzie Naturopathic Clinic in Penticton, B.C., and is happy to now be part of the Okanagan Wellness Centre. Her focus is on prevention, integrating the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of health. Dr. Kimberley graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto in 2000. There she received training in acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, botanical medicine, homeopathy, nutrition, and counseling. Previous to this she received a Bachelor of Science degree in biopsychology from the University of British Columbia. Her practice is general, treating everything from chronic colds to cancer. Dr. Kimberley treats all ages, and especially enjoys working with children and teens.