Dr. Rachel Statz was born and raised in the lower mainland of British Columbia. She obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree with honours from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and received awards for her academic, clinical and community contributions. Prior to her chiropractic degree, Dr. Statz studied kinesiology and human kinetics at the University of the Fraser Valley.
Throughout her studies, she has been involved in health and athletics at the recreational, performance and rehabilitation levels, establishing a strong foundation for community involvement.
In practice, Dr. Statz applies a multidisciplinary, evidence-informed and patient-centered approach to care. She integrates a combination of chiropractic care, movement and functional assessment, injury rehabilitation and patient education in order to facilitate her patients returning to optimal function as quickly and effectively as possible.
Dr. Statz has been trained in various manual techniques, including Active Release Techniques ®, Graston ®, Functional Range Conditioning ® among others.
UBC Track and Field
Fiji Rugby Union
Burnaby Lake Rugby Club