About Our Edmonton – Windermere Team
Dr. Jacky Yeung, D.C.
Dr. Jacky came to Canada as a child and was raised in Markham, Ontario. During his school years, Dr. Jacky found a fascination with the sciences which lead him to study biochemistry for his undergraduate studies at the University of Waterloo. During his last year of studies, he volunteered in a chiropractic clinic, where he developed an admiration for the profession. Throughout his time at the clinic, he witnessed the benefits of a drug-free approach by chiropractors and the extraordinary results from chiropractic treatments. Since then, Dr. Jacky completed his studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Following his graduation in 2016, Dr. Jacky had the opportunity of providing treatment and first responder services at the Pan Am Junior Badminton Championships in Markham, Ontario and the Canadian National Invitational Tournament for basketball in the Niagara region. When not at the clinic, Dr. Jacky enjoys staying active through playing badminton, basketball, volleyball, hiking, and swimming. Dr. Jacky is excited to join the Divine Spine team where he will be able to deliver comfortable, effective care through his computerized adjusting techniques. His priority is to help all his patients achieve their best in health and wellness so that they may live their healthiest life every day.
James Osman, RMT
James Osman came to Edmonton from England in 2005 where he completed high school and went on to complete his Journeyman Certification as a Carpenter. After working as a Carpenter for 12 years, James decided to embrace his passion for helping people by enrolling at Makami College where he completed his 3000-hour program, becoming a fully certified Registered Massage Therapist in 2018. Through his experience massaging clients, he realized he wanted to help people in a more meaningful way. James joined Divine Spine to do just that. Through providing computerized spinal treatments, James is now thrilled to be able to help people not only feel better, but move and function better through achieving better spinal and nervous system health. When not in the clinic, James can be found keeping active through outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, camping – you name it!