Due to an extremely long wait list, Dr. Galloway (chiropractor) will not be taking new clients for the foreseeable future.
Please check back in April 2022.
Mike DeWandel (RMT) will continue booking new and existing clients for massage as usual.
We thank you for your understanding.
1) a mask is required both in reception area AND treatment rooms 2) waiting room capacity is limited so do not arrive too early or bring friends/family with you unless absolutely necessary 3) COVID-19 Screening: a) do you have cold or flu-like symptoms? b) have you had any close contact with anyone with COVID-19 or anyone currently being tested for COVID-19? If the answer is yes to any of these, appointments will need to be rescheduled.
Meet the practitioners
Dr. Mark A Galloway
Dr Galloway began his schooling here on the Island at Camosun College before going on to complete his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology as well as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Logan University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Dr. Galloway was introduced to chiropractic at the age of six years old after his father found relief from pain and debilitating headaches resulting from a motor vehicle accident. From then on chiropractic helped maintain an active lifestyle.
Dr Galloway’s own interests and life experiences led him to develop a family practice that sees him working with newborns to seniors, professional athletes to weekend warriors.
A love of running and his own experiences with injuries in the sport have helped him in supporting other runners along with many other athletes.
His own early start with chiropractic, as well as the birth of his daughter months before starting chiropractic school, gave him a keen interest in pediatrics, prenatal and postnatal care.
Dr Galloway has pursued further training in pediatrics and running, as well as variety of technique specific seminars. This allows him to offer a range of adjusting styles that enable him work with any age or activity level, focusing primarily on low force adjusting.
Massage Therapy is an effective approach to pain management, rehabilitation and relaxation.
Skilled hands can relieve pain, restore function and reduce stress.
Mike has always had an interest in the human body, how it functions, and how to maintain health. He graduated the RMT program in Victoria at WCCMT in April 2015. He has worked with a wide variety of the population including the Canadian Olympic Rowing Team, Rugby Team, Cycling Team, Cancer patients, Arthritic Patients and everyone from seniors to expectant mothers.