Growing up in Calgary, Melissa developed a love for outdoors and sports– including snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, rugby, soccer and ultimate frisbee.
Having spent the last 6 years working as a physiotherapist in an outpatient setting, Melissa is enjoying her transition into private practice in Kitimat. Working in a profession that allows her to assist people in returning to the sports and activities they love is a perfect fit for her.
Dr. Casey Gero is a graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Prior to her chiropractic degree Dr. Gero attended Camosun College where she obtained her Bachelor of Athletic and Exercise Therapy.
Dr. Gero is an evidence-based practitioner who believes in an inclusive and patient centred approach to health care. She utilizes her extensive training to deliver high-quality chiropractic care, implementing a variety of techniques including diversified adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and rehabilitation exercises. Her goal is to empower patients through education to achieve a more active, healthy and pain free lifestyle.
Dr. Gero was born and raised in Kitimat and it is where her passion for health and fitness grew. Growing up she participated in a variety of activities including hockey, fast pitch, and basketball. She is very excited to return to Kitimat and serve her community.
*Dr. Gero is a proud member of the British Columbia Chiropractic Association, Canadian Chiropractic Association and the British Columbia College of Chiropractors.*
Currently not taking new clients.
Paige is currently a student-athlete completing her 5th and final year of biomedical studies at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, BC. Throughout her undergraduate degree, Paige has played for the UNBC Timberwolves Women's Soccer Team. Being a student-athlete, Paige has developed an undevoted passion
Paige is currently a student-athlete completing her 5th and final year of biomedical studies at the University of Northern British Columbia in Prince George, BC. Throughout her undergraduate degree, Paige has played for the UNBC Timberwolves Women's Soccer Team. Being a student-athlete, Paige has developed an undevoted passion for all things related to health, fitness, and nutrition. As a high-performance athlete, she has learnt the ups and downs of injuries and recovery. This led to building relationships within the Physiotherapy department and a newfound desire to follow this profession. After graduation, she is looking to enter a Master of Physiotherapy (MPT) Program to reach her goal of becoming a physiotherapist.