**COVID-19 CLINIC UPDATE: FACE MASKS OR COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND OUR CLINIC. Cloth masks, non-medical masks and face shields are acceptable. Disposable masks are available at the clinic for $1. *Exemptions to mask use include: children under 12 years old, anyone who is unable to wear a mask because of a health condition or impairment, or anyone who is unable to put on or remove a mask without help from another person.

Please note:  If you have a medical exemption, we ask that you please contact us in advance so we can do our best to accommodate you while ensuring the continued safety of our staff and patients.

We are OPEN for all in-person services. Most services are bookable through our online booking site, or contact us by phone at 250-717-7732  or at admin@orchardchiropractic.ca.  We will also continue to offer virtual, Telehealth appointments for those who wish to remain at home, and for those who cannot access treatment in-person at this time. Please call us to book any Telehealth appointments.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding and we look forward to seeing you soon!

- Your Team @ Orchard Chiropractic & Physiotherapy

Chiropractic

Our experienced chiropractors are skilled in the use of multiple treatment techniques, allowing them to custom tailor a treatment plan to best address your unique needs. As such, we are able to provide effective healthcare solutions for a large variety of conditions. Infant to senior, professional athlete to weekend warrior, we’ve got your back! Please contact us directly if you're intereste... Read More

Our experienced chiropractors are skilled in the use of multiple treatment techniques, allowing them to custom tailor a treatment plan to best address your unique needs. As such, we are able to provide effective healthcare solutions for a large variety of conditions. Infant to senior, professional athlete to weekend warrior, we’ve got your back!
Please contact us directly if you're interested in a specific chiropractic technique.


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are highly trained health professionals with a focus on injury rehabilitation. They are experts on how your body moves and what stops it from moving. Many people have an injury or condition that can make moving difficult and this can affect every aspect of day-to-day life, from working in an office, to sports performance. Physiotherapists are movement specialists that use a han... Read More

Physiotherapists are highly trained health professionals with a focus on injury rehabilitation. They are experts on how your body moves and what stops it from moving. Many people have an injury or condition that can make moving difficult and this can affect every aspect of day-to-day life, from working in an office, to sports performance. Physiotherapists are movement specialists that use a hands-on approach to help you restore, maximize, and maintain movement and function throughout your life.


Vestibular Physiotherapy

Vestibular Physiotherapy addresses issues with the vestibular system which cause dizziness, vertigo and balance problems. The vestibular system, part of the inner ear, provides information to our brain and eyes about our body’s movement and head position. This allows us to move safely over uneven ground, see clearly when we are in motion, and maintain an upright position. This system can be dam... Read More

Vestibular Physiotherapy addresses issues with the vestibular system which cause dizziness, vertigo and balance problems. The vestibular system, part of the inner ear, provides information to our brain and eyes about our body’s movement and head position. This allows us to move safely over uneven ground, see clearly when we are in motion, and maintain an upright position. This system can be damaged by illness/inflammation, trauma, or aging, which can result in feelings of spinning, dizziness, poor balance, vision disturbances, and spatial disorientation.


Registered Massage Therapy

Massage therapy helps restore mobility and balance, helps restricted muscles and soft tissues to open up, and makes your chiropractic and physiotherapy treatments that much more powerful. Everyone can benefit from massage! Our experienced therapists are skilled in a number of techniques and methods to meet your individual needs, including: deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point ... Read More

Massage therapy helps restore mobility and balance, helps restricted muscles and soft tissues to open up, and makes your chiropractic and physiotherapy treatments that much more powerful. Everyone can benefit from massage! Our experienced therapists are skilled in a number of techniques and methods to meet your individual needs, including: deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, maternity care, and sports injury massage.


Kinesiology / Athletic Therapy Services

Kinesiologists are human movement specialists who are University educated. They design and implement exercise programs which are based on in-depth postural analysis, functional movement screens, and strength/flexibility assessments. Kinesiology is not just rehabilitative, but preventative and promotes general wellness. Kinesiology places a strong emphasis on prevention and movement enhancement.... Read More

Kinesiologists are human movement specialists who are University educated. They design and implement exercise programs which are based on in-depth postural analysis, functional movement screens, and strength/flexibility assessments. Kinesiology is not just rehabilitative, but preventative and promotes general wellness. Kinesiology places a strong emphasis on prevention and movement enhancement. Kinesiologists utilize exercise to improve movement in order to achieve a better quality of life for individuals. Proper diet and exercise not only help in recovering from injury, but can also help prevent the development of many diseases such as heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and many other common conditions.


Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy is an effective and non-invasive treatment solution for many stubborn musculoskeletal conditions. With virtually no side effects, this treatment method reduces pain and increases blood circulation to stimulate healing. By speeding up the recovery process, Shockwave Therapy enables our patients to regain the joy and comfort of natural mobility. Shockwave Therapy Can Effectiv... Read More

Shockwave Therapy is an effective and non-invasive treatment solution for many stubborn musculoskeletal conditions. With virtually no side effects, this treatment method reduces pain and increases blood circulation to stimulate healing. By speeding up the recovery process, Shockwave Therapy enables our patients to regain the joy and comfort of natural mobility.
Shockwave Therapy Can Effectively Treat Many Conditions, including: Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs, Jumper’s Knee, Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, Thumb/basal joint arthritis, Shoulder tendinitis, Frozen Shoulder, Calcific tendinitis, Bursitis, Shin splints, Muscle trigger points, Stress fractures, Scar tissue treatment, and more!

Danielle is a graduate from Vancouver Career College and member of the College of Massage Therapists of BC. Danielle enjoys working with individuals who recognize they may not be operating ideally due to injury, fatigue, or general overuse and seek the assistance of an educated health professional. Combining her years as a Strength and Conditioning Coach as well as Registered Massage Therapy, Danielle will assist you in closing the gap between a dysfunctional and functional means of living and competing. She strives to educate and work with each unique individual to achieve and create lifestyle changes that contribute to a life of wellbeing and success. Orchard Chiropractic & Physiotherapy is a holistic practice, ready to meet your health care needs.

Danielle is a graduate from Vancouver Career College and member of the College of Massage Therapi... Read More

One of the co-founders of OCP, Dr. Jeff attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, graduating with his Doctor of Chiropractic with honours in 2006. Prior to attending Palmer, he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary.

Dr. Barnett has a general family practice with an emphasis on the active individual. He routinely works with recreational and elite athletes of all disciplines, but has a specific interest in treating runners, golfers, racquet sport athletes, hockey players, skiers, triathletes, cyclists, and martial artists. He believes in an integrative and holistic approach to health to not only address your injury complaints, but also to determine the underlying causes of dysfunction in the body to help prevent future injury, improve quality of life, and maximize performance.

Dr. Barnett believes in lifelong learning and is constantly broadening his treatment skills and knowledge. He has held certification and additional coursework in: Active Release Techniques® (ART), Instrument Assisted Soft-Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), Shockwave Therapy, Selective Functional Movement Assessment® (SFMA®) and Functional Movement Screen® (FMS®), Titleist Performance Institute® (TPI® -golf specialization), and a variety of Chiropractic adjustment techniques to suit the varying needs of his patients.

Dr. Barnett and his wife Anita have 2 young kids and a loveable Westie. Outside of the clinic he enjoys hiking, camping, swimming, skiing, weight-training, golf, badminton, tennis and hockey.

One of the co-founders of OCP, Dr. Jeff attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iow... Read More

“I really enjoy clearing up the misconceptions people have about chiropractic. Education is very important. Sometimes people don’t easily understand that health comes from within or that chiropractic is not a quick fix. It’s a process aimed at achieving greater wellness.” Dr. Bortolon is motivated by his faith that chiropractic care helps transform people’s lives. Dr. Bortolon attended Parker College of Chiropractic in Dallas, Texas. He most enjoyed learning about chiropractic philosophy and the variety of techniques chiropractors can use. He liked that each doctor can pick and choose how they want to practice – that’s what sets chiropractic apart from other modes of treatment. Dr. Bortolon’s chiropractic techniques are supplemented by massage therapy as well as the custom orthotics offered at Orchard Chiropractic & Physiotherapy.

“I really enjoy clearing up the misconceptions people have about chiropractic. Education is very ... Read More

Marcia received her degree at the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1996, and in 2001 she returned to the U of A to complete her certification in Medical Acupuncture.

Marcia has had a varied career in Physiotherapy but her main focus has always been treating injuries in athletes both competitive and recreational. Over the past 25 years, Marcia has taken numerous post graduate courses related to the treatment of orthopedic injuries. Every course has helped to broaden the scope of her practice. In 2016 She completed the Gunn IMS course allowing her to practice Intramuscular Stimulation which is a needling technique to help with pain associated with tight muscle bands. Marcia is also trained in SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) and the NKT (Neurokinetic Therapy). Marcia has a very hands-on approach to treatment and she also incorporates her treatment with specific exercises to help assist with recovery and improve overall function.

Marcia has spent many years working on the sidelines of a variety of sports. She has worked with a number of professional athletes playing in the NHL, CFL, PGA, AFL, Rugby Union and Rugby League to name a few. There are always opportunities to volunteer at sporting events in the community, nationally, and inter-nationally. Marcia has been a physiotherapist for the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy since 2008.

Marcia and her husband Chuck have 2 daughters Ryley (age 16) and Bradee (age 14). The girls are involved in a wide range of sports and activities (too many to list). Together they ski in the winters and camp in the summers. In her free time Marcia enjoys playing hockey, biking, hiking and the rare game of golf.

Marcia received her degree at the University of Alberta in Edmonton in 1996, and in 2001 she retu... Read More

Originally from Yarmouth, NS, Annick graduated from Dalhousie University in 1987 and worked at the NS Rehabilitation Centre in Halifax for 10 years, serving as the Supervisor of Orthopedics, and the Director of Physiotherapy for her last two years. In 1996, Annick traveled to Kuwait, where she spent 2 years as a member of the Kuwait-Dalhousie Physiotherapy Project, teaching Kuwaiti Physiotherapists. In 1999, she re-located to Kelowna working at Pinnacle Physiotherapy. She was subsequently a co-owner of the Pinnacle clinics until the sale in 2012 and after 20 years of the practice on the west side, made the move to Kelowna to join Orchard Chiropractic & Physiotherapy in 2019. Annick has experience in treating sprains, strains, fractures, arthritis, pre and post-surgery, work injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, and most everything in between! Annick has a special interest and has had extensive training in vestibular therapy, the treatment of vestibular disorders resulting in vertigo, dizziness, and/or imbalance. She holds a Certificate in Vestibular Rehabilitation through Emory University in Atlanta, and uses an infrared goggle system to do a thorough assessment of patients who are experiencing dizziness or vertigo. She has also used acupuncture as an adjunct to her physiotherapy treatments for many years. Outside the Office A former competitive runner, Annick was a Canadian national team member, Canadian women’s Cross-Country Champion in 1990, and was named female athlete of the year both in high school and at Dalhousie University. An ardent believer that movement keeps us young, Annick runs, bikes, skis, swims, kayaks, hikes, and does yoga. And to keep her brain tuned up, she plays clarinet in the Kelowna City band. Annick is a former chair of the College of Physical Therapists of BC and currently sits on the Board of Examiners.

Originally from Yarmouth, NS, Annick graduated from Dalhousie University in 1987 and worked at th... Read More

Dr. Morneau is originally from Corner Brook, Newfoundland, where he grew up as an active member of his community through his involvement with the Canadian Cadet Organization as both a cadet in his younger years and later as an officer in the Canadian Forces. Dr. Morneau enjoys staying active by participating in a wide variety of sports including hockey, curling, snowboarding, biking and rugby where he most recently finished competing in the Midwest Premiership for his alma mater Palmer College. Dr. Morneau graduated from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2014 with an honours degree in Kinesiology and from there decided to pursue a career in chiropractic. He graduated from the birthplace of Chiropractic, Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in October of 2017 where he mastered his skills in a variety of techniques including Thompson, Gonstead, Blair and Diversified. Dr. Morneau recently relocated to Kelowna, with his labradoodle puppy Ziggy to begin his career here at Orchard Chiropractic and Physiotherapy where he will be accepting new patients. Since moving to Kelowna, Dr. Morneau has found himself a new home with the Kelowna Crows rugby club and intends on becoming an active member of his community.

Dr. Morneau is originally from Corner Brook, Newfoundland, where he grew up as an active member o... Read More

Bryan grew up in Saskatchewan and moved to the Okanagan in 2000 during high school. He decided to pursue his post-secondary education in Engineering at NAIT and after a couple of years, he realized that his true passion was in health care and gradually made the transition to different studies. Throughout the years of schooling Bryan studied abroad in Sweden for a year and has enjoyed travelling the world ever since.

Growing up as a soccer athlete, Bryan found that quickly healing from and prevention of injuries were both key to a successful athletic journey. This inspired him to be involved with the same rehabilitative process for others. Bryan also dealt with chronic pain for many years which has contributed to his empathy towards those in pain.

Bryan graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy program through Vancouver Career College in 2018. He is passionate about helping those in pain from various chronic conditions and helping them find a way back to a pain free way of life.

Reasons why you may want to see Bryan are; TMJ issues, rotator cuff pain, relaxation and chronic pain conditions.

Outside the Office Hobbies: Hiking with his two dogs, Camping, Cooking and Travelling

Previous Careers: Carpentry and Farming

Bryan grew up in Saskatchewan and moved to the Okanagan in 2000 during high school. He decided t... Read More

Rory grew up in Prince George, BC and has lived in the Okanagan since 1995. He has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 1997.

Rory has been an avid runner for many years. He has run 33 marathons, including the Boston and New York marathons. Training, racing and maintaining a high level of fitness is very important to him. He continues to race and win his age in most events. He competed at a national level in cross country running in 2003 and 2004. Rory has a keen interest in supporting competitive and recreational athletes with sports related injuries.

His breadth of practice, beyond sports injuries, includes; treating all injuries ranging from overuse (sprains/strains), motor vehicle accidents and bio- mechanical issues.

Rory grew up in Prince George, BC and has lived in the Okanagan since 1995. He has been a Registe... Read More

After growing up in Kelowna, Marina attended and received her first degree from the University of Guelph. Having personally suffered major injuries in the past through sports, she knew she wanted to help other people who had also suffered injuries. She then attended the University of Winnipeg, where she completed her Athletic Therapy certification. Through her studies Marina was able to work with national level athletes such as Team Canada Women’s Volleyball, and varsity athletes at the University of Winnipeg. After becoming a certified athletic therapist, she returned home to the Okanagan. Outside of working at Orchard Chiropractic & Physiotherapy she also works with the Okanagan Sun Football Club and various hockey clubs across BC. Continuing education has always been important to her. Marina is also a certified strength & conditioning specialist, certified in soft tissue release, and first responder certified. Down time for Marina includes, camping and hiking with her two dogs, paddle boarding with her SUP and spending time with her family. If you are looking to get better from an injury (old or new), or just looking to live a healthier lifestyle, come see her today! Orchard Chiropractic & Physiotherapy is a holistic practice, ready to meet your health care needs.

After growing up in Kelowna, Marina attended and received her first degree from the University of... Read More

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