Dr. Madeleine Rogers was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and moved to Calgary with her family at a young age where she found a passion for physical activity; most notably playing basketball at the provincial, national, and international level. She began her post-secondary education at the University of Alberta where she received a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology while also playing five years of varsity basketball for the Pandas. She then completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where she made the Dean’s list each year and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She is excited to return home and give back to her community.
Dr. Rogers values education and is in constant pursuit of opportunities to diversify her knowledge and enhance her skills to provide the best care possible for her patients. She is a certified Contemporary Medical Acupuncture provider and has training in both Active Release Technique (ART) and spinal stenosis care.
Dr. Rogers utilizes an active and individualized approached to patient-centered care. She is a proponent of educating and giving her patients the tools, knowledge, and confidence to be able to navigate their injuries. Dr. Rogers strives to work collaboratively with her patients to design a treatment plan that ultimately helps them reach their goals. Typical sessions with her include education and rehabilitative exercise, as well as passive care, including joint mobilizations and manipulations, soft tissue therapy, and acupuncture.
Ultimately, she is passionate about helping her patients pursue their passions; whether that be at work, in the gym, or at home!