The main focus of decompression therapy is to relieve pressure on bulging and degenerative discs by separating facet joints of the vertebrae. This improves alignment and mobility.
Low-level laser therapy is a gentle modality designed to stimulate the body’s metabolism by activating your cells by engineered wavelengths of light. This speeds up healing and reduces inflammation.
Dr. Dustin Johnston DC
Dr. Dustin grew up in Edmonton where he played hockey for 12 years for the Knights of Columbus Organization. As someone who received treatment from various health practitioners for multiple sports-related injuries, he know for a long time that he wanted to work in health care.
He graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science Degree, majoring in biology, and later received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer West College in San Jose, California.
Dr. Dustin returned to Edmonton after graduation and now continues his practice at Refresh Health and Wellness. His treatments focus on soft tissue work, adjustments, spinal decompression, home exercises and stretches.
Dr. Rylan Gaudet DC
Dr. Rylan graduated from the University of Alberta in 2015 with a Bachelors Degree in Biological Sciences prior to achieving his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree and Bachelors Degree in Human Biology in 2018 from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Growing up in the Edmonton area, he was always passionate about serving his community and continues to be through his patient-centered care.
Dr. Rylan practices diversified chiropractic techniques which include muscle work, spinal adjusting and functional rehabilitation for a wide range of injuries. He enjoys working with a diverse group of patients from young athletes to the retired population. His main goal is getting people back to doing the things they love, while empowering his patients to be in control of their pain. He is dedicated to giving you the most current, evidence-based care possible to help you live healthier and reach your goals.
His hobbies include hiking in the mountains, going on long road trips and playing a variety of sports. In his spare time away from the office, you can find Dr. Rylan at local hockey rinks around Alberta coaching for the Sherwood Park Kings Athletic Club.