Dr. Thien Dang-Tan, BSc, CSCS, DC:
Dr. Thien Dang-Tan trained at the U.S. President’s Hospital, the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) in Bethesda, MD. NNMC is one of its kind and a premier opportunity for applying chiropractic clinical knowledge in an integrative patient care setting.
Dr. Dang-Tan completed continuing education at Harvard Medical School in Integrative and Complementary Medicine. He has presented worldwide, including research on neurophysiology at Johns Hopkins Medicine, and the Institute of Applied Science and Medicine. Dr. Dang-Tan has specialized training in whiplash disorders, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries from the Spine Research Institute of San Diego.
As a former professional athlete, he has a strong background in athletics, injury prevention, and performance enhancement. He has served as Team Chiropractor at the Beijing Olympics, and to several amateur, professional, and National sports teams. In addition to private practice Dr. Dang-Tan is now a professor of physical medicine at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Tyrrell Ashcroft, DC, DAc, BKin, ART:
Dr. Tyrrell (Ty) Ashcroft is a graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, in Toronto. She received her undergraduate education in Kinesiology and Science at the University of Western Ontario where she graduated with distinction. She has since focused her continuing education on sports specific therapies.
Dr. Ty, as patients refer to her, has completed McMaster’s Medical Acupuncture program and the Acupuncture for Sports Injuries specialty. She is an avid golfer and is TPI certified (Titelist Professional Instructor). She has attained full body Master’s status in ART, and has been a certified Active Release Techniques provider helping hundreds of runners and triathletes.
She has completed postgraduate placements in advanced diagnostic imaging at Humber River Hospital, and works closely with MDs, PTs, RMTs, orthopedic surgeons and sport physicians. Dr. Ty has been the on-set chiropractor for various performing arts groups such as the National Ballet of Canada, the cast of Mama Mia, to various recording artists, and television celebrities.