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Dr. Chan has been in clinical practice in the Commercial Drive area of East Vancouver for two decades. In that time, he has had the pleasure of meeting and treating numerous patients from all walks of life.

After growing up in the Lower Mainland and then earning his Science degree from UBC, Dr. Chan pursued his doctorate at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Combining his strong science background with his love for sports, Chiropractic was a perfect fit. Dr. Chan has seen patients in all conditions benefit from treatment catered to athletes. His education and experience has proven that an active approach to care is not only backed by science, but the most efficient way for people to regain their health. His years of clinical experience has made him a well referred professional in the field of Chiropractic. With a vision to maintain a high level of evidence based care for all patients, Dr. Chan has sought to bring talented professionals together under the Peakform Wellness banner.

In his spare time, Dr. Chan remains active and continues to participate in many sports including; running, triathlons, volleyball and swimming, to name a few.

Available in Vancouver: Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays                Burnaby: Monday mornings and Thursdays

Burnaby Team

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Dr. Nick Crivici graduated summa cum laude from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Prior to this, he attended Simon Fraser University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Concentration in Active Health and Rehabilitation and a Minor in Psychology.

Dr. Nick utilizes an evidence-based approach to care as stays up to date reading the latest articles and current chiropractic literature. He employs a patient-centered, whole-body approach to care and takes the time to understand your needs and goals for treatment.


In his spare time, you will find Dr. Nick riding his motorcycle on a winding road or at the track, harvesting some fresh vegetables from the garden or working on a DIY project at home.

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Michelle graduated from the 3000 hour program at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (VCMT) in Dec 2015, where she is also a clinic instructor and teachers assistant. She was drawn to the massage profession because of her love for people and passion for helping them. After experiencing how massage can aid in the healing of chronic injury and stress, she felt inspired to help others in similar situations.


Michelle is dedicated to assisting clients with their musculoskeletal health in a non-judgemental, open and safe environment. She strives to identify the underlying cause of pain and dysfunction while treating the mind, body and spirit as a whole. She achieves this by using a mix of therapeutic and relaxation techniques such as:

• Myofascial release, Deep tissue massage, Trigger point release, Active and passive stretch, Neuromuscular therapy, Scar tissue treatment, Swedish massage, Soft Tissue Release


In her spare time Michelle is an avid snowboarder and enjoys being out in nature hiking, camping and relaxing. She also enjoys traveling, good food and having a balanced lifestyle.

Available in Burnaby: Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

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Allison uses a combination of Swedish massage, IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), as well as more active techniques and myofascial to treat common issues such as back and neck pain and more serious conditions including impingement, whiplash, disc herniations and more. 

Having experienced the struggle of dealing with chronic pain herself, Allison understands the importance of making small changes in daily habits to help decrease stress or pain and create a better quality of life. 

She also enjoys creating tailored care plans and educating patients on how to combat these issues and achieve their health goals. 

In her free time, Allison enjoys dance and swimming as she believes freedom of motion and mobility are very important for an active healthy lifestyle, as well as for everyday life. 

Satsuki Tsuzura moved to Vancouver from Japan in 2012 and graduated from the Langara College RMT program in 2017. She has been practicing massage therapy full time in the Lower mainland area since then. Through her professional practice and her own life experience she has developed a deep understanding and recognition of how massage can improve people’s quality of life, both physically and emotionally, and the benefits it provides to not only the patient but their family and support network as well.

With a blended style of techniques, such as Swedish, Deep tissue, Trigger point release, Myofascial release, and Joint mobilization, she tries to find the most effective treatments for clients. She is passionate about all areas of people’s health, and one in particular is women’s health. She thinks women need proper support for the various health issues experienced by women at all stages of life, such as; pregnancy, post-partem, menopausal issues and post-surgery.

Outside of the clinic, Satsuki enjoys hiking and bike riding. Spending time in the great outdoors of BC is like meditation for her. Reading is another joy; books often give her new perspective and knowledge which she believes helps her better relate to people and her career.

Satsuki can provide services in both English and Japanese.

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I graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy after completing 570 hours in the student clinic, 325 of which were spent hands on treating clients. I believe that with today's stresses, relaxation must be incorporated into treatment for the body to heal. A combination of relaxation and therapeutic treatment is essential for a successful outcome with clients.

I worked as an exterior siding contractor for many years before becoming a clinic manager in a multidisciplinary clinic. This is where I began to notice how beneficial massage therapy can be to a client's health. After long discussions with my wife, I decided to change career paths to become a RMT even with a new baby on the way.  

My passion for helping others began early in my life, and I continue to seek knowledge and development as an RMT. I believe that no two bodies are the same, so we cannot treat them in the same way. Customizing treatments for each client by not only listening but also hearing their needs.

I like to spend my free time chasing my two daughters, golfing, running, playing baseball, curling, fishing, and generally enjoying the outdoors.

“Time and health are two precious assets that we don’t recognize and appreciate until they have been depleted.”  

– Denis Waitley 

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I-Ting Huang graduated from Vancouver Career College where he earned his diploma in acupuncture. He is now a registered acupuncturist (R.Ac) with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of British Columbia (CTCMA), I-Ting was born and grew up in Taipei, Taiwan and moved to Canada in 2020. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Plant Pathology and Microbiology from National Taiwan University.

In his treatment, he incorporates acupressure tuina technique and fire cupping with acupuncture to treat pain, sport injuries, stress, insomnia, depression, skin issues and many more.

Available in Vancouver:  Fridays

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East Vancouver

Burnaby Metrotown

(604) 428-7325

#201 - 2555 Commercial Drive
- Southwest corner of Broadway and Commercial
   Drive. In the same building as the Bank of Montreal. 


(604) 432-1448

#208 - 4603 Kingsway
- Northeast corner of Kingsway and McKay. 
   In the Metropointe Building directly across the street from
   Pricesmart foods and Station Square.  


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