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Dr. Sandy Macleod

Dr. Macleod graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. He became interested in the profession after being exposed to Chiropractic for treatment of injuries sustained while playing high school football that refused to heal with conventional medical care. Those few adjustments that allowed him to get back on the field intrigued him enough to investigate the profession. In the first 10 years of his career he had the opportunity to practice and learn from several established Chiropractors that combined for well over 100 years of experience. He believes structure of the body governs the function of the body. If you just treat the acute problem and do not find out why it happened then problems inevitably return. At Freedom, patients take an active roll in there treatment. This allows them to recover quicker and break the pattern of inflammation that comes with pain and dysfunction. Dr. Macleod is passionate about Chiropractic and enjoys watching the benefits his patients see from it everyday.


Dr. Michael Graesser

Dr. Michael Graesser graduated cum lauda from the prestigious Western States in Portland Oregon. Dr. Mike has a large array of techniques he utilizes in practice to accommodate each and every patients unique presentation. He has completed the Graston program, a cutting-edge soft tissue technique for the treatment of spinal and extremity disorders. In addition, Dr Mike has a background in the field of nutrition and biochemistry from the University of British Columbia and is well versed in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of painful disorders. Presently Dr. Mike is accepting new patients and encourages all to experience the wonderful benefits of Chiropractic care. He enjoys treating difficult cases especially of the extremities ( shoulders, hips, knees, hands and feet) and welcomes individuals injures in motor vehicle accidents as well as in the workplace (WCB).

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Julian Scott Brown

Being raised in Calgary , Julian has completed all of his education here. In 1993, Julian graduated from the University of Calgary with a degree in Physical Education, majoring in Biological studies. To further his education he completed a practicum as a Physical Education teacher in 1995. Upon graduating, Julian decided in a career change whereby his focus changed from the teaching profession to one where he could apply his degree in biological studies. In 1997, Julian entered the field of Massage therapy, graduating from Foothills College of Massage Therapy. Julian's work experience has included working on many professional and amateur athletes such as: Alberta Bobsledders, Tri-athletes, and a Muay-thai boxer. However, his scope of practice also includes working on clients who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident as well as stress and repetitive injuries. Julian is a firm believer in increasing flexibility; this is why he incorporates stretching in every session, as well as takes part in yoga classes to increase his own flexibility. Julian is a firm believer in the results of therapeutic massage and its association with chiropractic.


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Michelle Duska

Michelle graduated in 1987 from Western Canada High School here in Calgary , and is fluent in both French and in Hungarian. She has more than 15 years experience working in the medical field. Her exposure began at an early age, working in her father's dental office and later making a slight career change to being a Chiropractic Office Assistant for several practitioners over the years. Michelle is truly dedicated to ensuring a patient's visit to the office is a pleasant and comfortable one…whether one is suffering from an acute injury, dealing with the after-effects of a motor vehicle accident, or simply realizing the benefits of chiropractic care towards the body's optimum well-being.