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As a member of the National Para Hockey Team (Team Canada), Cody recognizes the need for a multidisciplinary approach to health & wellness to improve the longevity of his athletic career. His time at MYo Lab has sparked interest in alternative approaches athletic performance. In addition, he carries a passion for supporting the innovative and emerging medical field. If Clinic Administrator was a Paralympic sport, Cody would be a gold medalist.
Nik played baseball for the Dinos at the University of Calgary. Through many years of sports and training, he understands and appreciates the need for treatment to further promote recovery and development. When he is not running the front, he is running through his favourite Lady Gaga beats, cheering for the Green Bay Packers, or hanging with dogs.
Emina played soccer for the Olds College Broncos and the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns. During her time at U of L, Emina gained interest studying the innovative medical field through research projects which resulted in a love of what manual therapy can offer. When she’s not greeting members at MYo Lab, she can be found walking her dog, hiking the Rocky Mountains, or enjoying some sunshine with a glass of wine.
Chloe began her path at MYo Lab as a patient after tearing her ACL playing rugby. Chloe has sustained multiple injuries, which led her interest in learning more about the functions of the body and becoming an intern. She is known for wearing the most unusual and colourful shoes that will make your head turn.
Aniesha is a competitive soccer player who ended up at MYo Lab as a patient as a last resort due to a chronic ankle injury. After the team was able to help get her back on track with her sport, she jumped at the opportunity to learn more about manual therapy when she was offered a summer student position. Now she’s fully settled into clinic life and Evan has started looking a little lost when she’s not around.