Dr. Lucas Bach, D.C.

Dr. Lucas Bach was born and raised in Manitouwadge, Ontario, a town located a few hours northwest of Thunder Bay, Ontario. He moved to Thunder Bay at 17 and began his undergraduate degree at Lakehead University in the field of human biology. Two years into the program, Dr. Bach started a job as a chiropractic assistant. As an assistant, he began to see many people were being positively affected by the treatments and how their lives were being changed for the better. He started to see how great the profession was and now understood how computerized treatment was improving peoples’ lives and health, including his own.

Shortly thereafter, it became a goal and passion of his to become a doctor and help people live healthily. After graduating from University, he moved down to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he began and completed the four year program. During his internships at Northwestern Health Sciences University, he worked with many excellent doctors, including the former practitioner for the Minnesota Vikings football team. He initially began practicing in Thunder Bay before deciding to move to the city of Edmonton, and he has now been in practice for five years. As a practitioner, Dr. Bach strives to help people obtain and maintain optimal health naturally through wellness care treatments, nutrition, and exercise, so they can continue to do the things they enjoy most in life.

Priscilla Holloway, RMT

Priscilla was born in Newfoundland and moved to Edmonton in 2013 to pursue her passion of helping people through healthcare.  She graduated from Makami College in 2016 and has been working in wellness clinics since 2015.  She has worked alongside Dr. Neil Fong and Dr. Brandon Gervais where she became inspired to focus her work on spinal care.

When she stumbled upon Divine Spine, Priscilla fell in love with the concept of using computerized spinal therapy to improve a body’s function and overall movement.  She is a firm believer that aligning the structure of the body and restoring motion enhances the power of the nervous system and the body’s overall ability to heal itself.

Along with helping people achieve relief from musculoskeletal issues and general pain, Priscilla loves spending time with her 3 year old daughter, Raila, and staying active through working out and boxing.

Sean Kirk, RMT

After receiving treatment at Divine Spine for a chronic shoulder injury, Shaun Kirk was awestruck with his results and decided he had to be a part of the Divine Spine team.  Though Shaun was primarily raised in Ontario, after serving in the Military as an Aircraft Mechanic for five years, he decided to relocate to Alberta in 2013.  Shaun had always led an active lifestyle, specifically travelling the world as a competitive Muay Thai Kickboxer.  As with any sport, Kickboxing began to take its toll on his body, leading him to consult with a variety of healthcare practitioners from Massage Therapists, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, etc.  When he retired from competing, he was driven to help people the way the other practitioners had helped him.

Shaun graduated from Makami College in 2017 and now passionately focuses his energy on helping others live healthy, active lives through Divine Spine’s computerized treatment techniques.  When not in the clinic, Shaun can be found training in Jiu Jitsu, playing ball in the summer, and spending time with his family and friends.

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