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Dr. Travers Roy

Dr. Roy began his post-secondary studies at the University of Alberta, graduating with a Bachelor of Science with specialization in Psychology. He continued at Western States Chiropractic College, graduating with a Doctorate of Chiropractic with honours. Further specialization includes earning a Masters Degree in Exercise and Sports Sciences via the
University of Western States in Portland, Oregon and most recently achieving the status of a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Science (RCCSS(C)).

Dr. Roy’s personal sport interests include running, cycling (road and mountain) and Muay Thai. Memorable experiences include several full and half marathons, the Hood to Coast relay, the Great Canadian Death Race (relay), several mountain biking relay events and the 24 Hours of Adrenalin (solo).


Dr. Roy has had the privilege of being part of the core medical team at the 2014 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the 2016 Alberta Summer Games and the 2017 Canadian TaeKwonDo Nationals. He is currently the trainer and Sports Chiropractor for the four-time undefeated, National Champion, Alberta Provincial Sledge Hockey
team and has a keen interest in para-sport.

Now that he has achieved the status of a Fellow with the RCCSS(C), he intends to serve the profession as a regional coordinator for the development of additional Sports Chiropractors in the greater Edmonton area.


Dr. Montanna Engelhardt

Born and raised in Onoway, Dr. Montanna Engelhardt is thrilled to start this new chapter in life; joining the team at Leduc Chiros to help patients feel their best and reach which ever goals they may be working towards.

Dr. Engelhardt completed her Doctorate of Chiropractic Degree, with honors, from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. She also concurrently received her Bachelor of Science Degree and a Masters Degree in Sports
Medicine. Prior to this, she received a Bachelor in Physical Education from the University of Alberta and a Diploma of Kinesiology from Red Deer College.

Dr. Engelhardt played hockey competitively while growing up. She played for the Red Deer College Queens and finished her athletic career with the University of Alberta Pandas. She also had the privilege of competing in the Alberta Winter Games and representing Alberta in the U-18 Nationals.

Dr. Engelhardt has firsthand experience of the benefits of chiropractic care for sport injury rehab as well as for the maintenance of a healthy quality of life, at any age. She is passionate about helping patients feel their best and maintain lifelong wellness. Typical treatments include manual chiropractic adjustment, soft tissue therapy, taping and exercise programming.

In her spare time Montanna loves to be active, volunteer, outdoors and spend time at the lake with friends and family.

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Géraldine Castellani RMT

Géraldine graduated from the Remedial Massage Therapy program at MH Vicars School of Massage Therapy and in June 2022. She continues to further her education, increasing the scope of her massage practice, through additional courses including Rapid NFR.

Géraldine moved from Switzerland to Canada in 2016 and after several years of working with children, in childcare and school settings, she decided to change career directions and move towards massage therapy.  Along the way Géraldine became a Yoga instructor (2018) and a Reflexologist (2019). She has always felt the desire to help people and feel that she can achieve this through her work with massage therapy.  She finds that, in this fast-paced world, too often people forget to self-care and she truly believes that massage (whether relaxation or therapeutic) can make a lot of difference in the physical, mental and emotional aspects of a person.  

In her spare time Géraldine enjoys spending time with her cats, taking care of her plants, gardening and has a passion for culinary art of baking!

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