Our Team

Meet the Team at Morgan Creek Family Chiropractic in Surrey

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Chiropractor in South Surrey – White Rock- Fraser Valley

Dr. Raji Thindal, Registered Chiropractor for Surrey Residents

Dr.Thindal is a Chiropractor in Surrey who is dedicated to providing patients with natural and effective health care in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. As a chiropractor, she strives to optimize patient’s health and provide them with real life strategies to eliminate or reduce their physical, chemical and emotional stressors. It is our goal to provide all our patients with long lasting health and results.

When asked the famous question to Dr.Thindal, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Dr.Thindal never had a definitive answer although she always knew that she wanted to work in the healthcare field. As a child she was always rubbing out sore areas for friends and family and would get joy from hearing that her touch would relieve them of their chronic pain.

Dr. John Korkees – Chiropractor in Surrey

Dr. John Korkees graduated with honours from University of Windsor, where he earned a Bachelor of Kinesiology, majoring in Movement Science. He then went on to obtain his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. During his education at CMCC and in clinical practice, Dr. Korkees has treated a diverse group of patients,
ranging from young to elderly populations.

Dr. Korkees focuses on the most current, evidence-based research when designing treatment plans. He implements treatment and rehabilitation protocols that are tailored to individual patient needs in order to provide patients with the most comprehensive care possible. His treatments include chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue therapy, and therapeutic modalities, including Shockwave, while emphasizing the importance of movement and exercise.

Dr. Kelly Morlog, D.C. Chiropractor 
in Surrey

Dr. Kelly Morlog attended Queen’s University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Biology and Health Studies. She continued her education at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College to obtain her Doctor of Chiropractic degree. During her time at CMCC, she worked as an emergency responder, personal trainer and athletic trainer for various sports teams.
Growing up as a competitive gymnast, Dr. Morlog used chiropractic as a safe and natural way to support her through her training and manage her injuries. It also sparked her interest in biomechanics of the human body and the benefits of manual therapy both in athletics and everyday life.
Dr. Morlog’s education, personal experience and training have all been geared towards helping people move better and feel better as a result. She uses an evidence-based approach to develop individualized treatment plans for each patient to reduce painful symptoms and increase/maintain proper function. Her treatments include chiropractic manipulations, soft tissue therapy, activator adjustments, functional rehabilitation, and she is certified in Active Release Therapy.

Magdalena Galicki, RMT

Magdalena completed the Massage Therapy Program through the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy.

Before coming to Canada she completed her studies in Germany and became a registered Physiotherapist in 2007. She worked in a Pulmonary Clinic for 3 years in Germany and for 6 years in a Nursing Home & Senior Living Group in Switzerland. Her background as a physiotherapist and working with patients who have respiratory distress, neurological disorders and dementia has given her an established knowledge for her treatments.

 In her treatments she uses a variety of techniques, such as active release techniques, joint mobilizations, trigger point release and myofascial release.

She devotes herself to help you return to functional activities of daily life.

Massage therapy

Lan Liu, RMT (Registered Massage Therapist)
Swedish massage, trigger point release and myofascial release

Steve Jobs once said, to be satisfied, “you should find what you love to do, and if you don’t find it, just keep looking until you find it”. This, perfectly illustrates how Lan would pursue her career as a Registered Massage Therapist.

Lan has worked in many fields and job settings, most significantly as an interpreter in medical institutions. Having to deal with patients with different illnesses and critical conditions daily, she witnessed patients’ sadness, hopelessness and desperation; felt the stress and burden that family members had to endure. She also realized that many of the fatal diseases might have originated from a simple stress or unhealthy life style. Unfortunately due to ignorance, the condition turned into catastrophic illness. With strong determination to make a change, Lan joined the RMT program with West Coast College of Massage Therapy and successfully graduated in 2015.

Lan is trained in Swedish massage, trigger point release, myofascial release, joint mobilization, hydrotherapy, and remedial exercise. In particular, she is passionate in treating trauma and disease involving the central nerve system, such as traumatic brain injury, concussion, Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

massage therapist surreyJulienne Shackelford, RMT

Julienne first discovered the benefits of massage therapy, as part of her own health, suffering from a TMJ disorder, as well as rib subluxations & diaphragm muscle spasm (the muscle that helps you breathe!). The benefits of massage therapy in her own life sparked a passion that became a lifetime pursuit. Julienne graduated from West Coast College of Massage. During her time at West Coast, Julienne got the opportunity to work with patients of all kinds. Participating in massage outreaches at Canuck’s place, UBC, & Vancouver General Hospital. Julienne particularly enjoys working with patients with chronic pain, TMJ disorders, & car accident injuries by implementing fascial work, muscle energy techniques and other effective techniques.

Julienne’s approach to health as a Registered Massage Therapist is an integrated approach addressing both the mind and the body as one. Working to eliminate or decrease the stresses that patients in a fast-paced environment incur, through massage treatment and home care strategies allowing the patient to take an active part in their own health.

RMT SurreyAlexandria London, RMT

Alexandria graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy and has experience in treating patients ranging from high level athletes to postsurgical and rehabilitative care.

Her goal is to help patients achieve a more relaxed, pain free body so that they can move through life with greater ease. While she enjoys treating patients of every age and all walks of life, she has a particular passion for woman wellness as well as prenatal, postnatal and pediatric massage. We do offer comfortable pregnancy pillows which allow pregnant patients to lay comfortably to receive treatment.

She helps her patients to understand why they are injured and what they can do to prevent injury/dysfunction.

Volunteering is a major part in Alexandria’s life and she has a particular love for Scouts Canada.

Megan Alcott, RMT

Megan graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy and has a passion to help others. Her primary goal is to help people improve their quality of life through pain and stress management by using a variety of massage techniques such as trigger point release, stretching, myofascial release, joint play and Swedish massage. She is compassionate and ready to listen to her clients as they share their concerns regarding their health.

Megan’s previous clients have included those in all ages and stages of life including but not limited to people with chronic pain, pregnant mothers, athletes, seniors, special needs and recovering addicts.  Megan looks forward to meeting you and assisting you in reaching your health potential.