Through chiropractic care and massage therapy, we offer treatments for our patients to improve their condition and meet their health goals. This is achieved by identifying the problem at hand, then treating it using numerous soft tissue therapies, joint manipulation, and rehabilitative exercise programs.
Our chiropractors are dedicated to helping you and your family enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Whether you were injured in a car accident, playing sports, or from everyday life, we can create a plan using Active Release Techniques®, Graston Technique®, and spinal decompression therapy. Chiropractic care is a natural and drug free treatment for your sore back, neck, or joints. Our treatments provide therapy for the muscular and skeletal systems of the body.
Why Choose Champion Chiropractic?
Our patients range from the elite athletes from the NHL, CFL, MLB, Olympic and amateur levels, to everyday individuals from infant to senior. We pride ourselves on treating not only structural mal-alignments, but also the soft tissues that attach to the framework, as well as giving the patient the proper exercise/stretching programs so that the condition is less likely to reoccur. Feel free to look around our website to learn more about what we can do for you.
Champion Chiropractic is centrally located in the Park Allen Plaza and is easily accessible from any part of Edmonton. We offer direct billing to the most widely used insurance companies so that your visit to our clinic will be as convenient as possible. We also treat injuries suffered on the job, and are WCB certified. Our chiropractors and registered massage therapists are available from Monday to Saturday with regularly scheduled hours that are sure to work for you. Call us to book an appointment with one of our practitioners today.
Dr. Curtis Masters, B.Sc.a, D.C.
Dr. Masters is originally from Leduc, Alberta. He attended the University of Alberta Augustana Campus (formerly Augustana University College) on a basketball scholarship, and then transferred to the University of Alberta in Edmonton to complete his degree in Biological Sciences. From there, Dr. Masters attended the University of Western States (formerly Western States Chiropractic College) in Portland, OR and graduated cum laude in 2002. While at WSCC, he was a member of the sports medicine team, which allowed him to study and treat a multitude of patients in numerous sports.
He began his chiropractic career in Edmonton in 2002, and has treated professionals of the NHL, CFL, and MLB. His practice is also community based, with patients of any age or activity level. Dr. Masters works with a combination of traditional Chiropractic and soft tissue therapies, such as Active Release Techniques® and Graston Technique® to effectively treat injuries.
Dr. Masters plays hockey and golf in his spare time, and he also enjoys skiing and fishing. Most importantly, and above all else, he loves his playtime with his family. He and his wife Natalie have three school aged children, Ellie, Spencer, and Mya.
Dr. Elisabeth Pang, MSc, DC
Dr. Pang began her schooling in Edmonton after being born and raised there. Upon completion of her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology she moved to St. Louis, Missouri to attend Logan College of Chiropractic. In 2012 she graduated as valedictorian, and then went on to complete a Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Pang has been practicing in the Edmonton area since 2012. She utilizes a number of different chiropractic techniques, including Active Release Techniques®, to treat a wide variety of patient types and injuries.
Dr. Pang believes that practicing a holistic lifestyle helps provide optimal care to her patients. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, practicing yoga and playing soccer.
Angela Rosebrugh, RMT, BA, AFLCA
Angela Rosebrugh is a registered massage Therapist with almost 20 years of experience. In addition to her massage certification completed in 1996 at Mount Royal College, she also holds a 2200 hr massage certificate through MH Vicars Massage School. Years of continued education and training have created a blended massage technique that continues to evolve with years of practice. She maintains her professional commitment and skills by mentoring students as a clinic supervisor in a massage program. She teaches weekly spin classes, swims, bikes and runs. She is passionate about helping others in their pursuit of wellness and is committed to being a health partner to manage the stress of busy lives and relieve the aches of busy bodies.
Krystal graduated from Makami college in 2010. She’s registered with NHPC and loves working with her clients and enhancing their everyday lifestyle. She has worked mainly in a clinical setting alongside chiropractors, acupuncturists, physiotherapists, and holistic wellness professionals. She works with Motor vehicle accident clients and sport injury clients, to treat injuries such as whiplash, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, osteoarthritis, sciatic syndrome, and thoracic outlet syndrome. Her style would be considered medium-deep therapeutic, but she also enjoys performing deep tissue, trigger point release, prenatal and Swedish massage.
Chandelle grew up dancing competitively. Her huge passion for dance led her to become a teacher, where she taught many different styles of dance, as well as yoga & vaulting. Teaching approx. 25-30 classes a week, Chandelle wanted to increase her knowledge of how the body moves and functions. She then decided to take the Massage Therapy course, where she graduated with honors. Upon graduating, Chandelle started doing massage out of her home. Alongside with her full-time massage business, she also ran a successful House Cleaning Business in Lethbridge. She then moved to Edmonton in 2019 where she has continued to practice massage, dance instructing, and some house cleaning. Chandelle has a passion for helping people to understand their body to prevent injuries, as well as finding solutions to release hypertonic muscles through massage. Her goal as an RMT is to help everyone function pain-free and to the best of their ability!
During her free time, Chandelle loves to go horseback riding, circus training, and watching her brother compete with the Canadian Olympic Skeleton team.