Mack Gregoraschuk

A born and raised Calgarian, Mack’s passion for human movement and performance began on the ice and on the slopes, playing hockey and skiing. His active lifestyle led him to complete a bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia, and into a career in fitness and gym management. When a referral to an osteopathic manual practitioner provided him with the first relief in years for some persistent sport injuries, his curiosity, drive to continue learning, and commitment to helping people drove Mack to investigate that path for himself.

Having graduated from the four-year program at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Master in Practice of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences, Mack is committed to helping his patients meet their goals, whether that be living pain-free or improving athletic performance. He believes in a holistic approach to health, and is motivated by finding the root cause of pain or dysfunction to resolve it sustainably.

Outside of the clinic, Mack spends his time moving his body and enjoying nature, especially with his wife and dog Briggs.