Team Gasparin

Dr. Morris Gasparin

Dr. Morris Gasparin graduated with a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine in 1994.  He specializes in the functional assessment and treatment of children, adults and sports clients.  He has completed numerous professional courses, including Active Release Techniques, Neurodynamics,  Stecco Fascial Manipulation, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, and Titleist Performance Institute Medical Provider.   Dr. Gasparin has written several articles about posture, movement and stability, and his YouTube channel has garnered worldwide subscribers.  

For four successive years, he worked as a primary care provider for Ironman at the Kona, Hawaii World Championships.  Dr. Gasparin is a certified international instructor for Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) according to Kolar.  Previously, he was a lead international instructor for the Motion Palpation Institute (MPI) from 1997-2000 and has taught post-graduate courses on Professor Janda’s approach to examining and rehabilitating muscular imbalances.

In his private practice, Dr. Gasparin mainly focuses on treating children and adults with functional problems.  He has worked with a broad scope of patients, including babies and children with central coordination disturbance, scoliosis, neurological disorder patients, pelvic floor dysfunction and other pelvic health issues. He has also worked with amateur athletes and elderly patients to develop movement optimization strategies.

Dr. Gasparin resides in Surrey with his wife and two kids.

Dr. Lana Gasparin

Dr. Lana Gasparin graduated with a Doctorate in Chiropractic in 1995. Her post-graduate studies have led to certifications in Fascial Manipulation according to Stecco, Active Release Techniques (ART), Neurodynamics according to Shacklock, and Motion Palpation Institute for palpating and adjusting the spine and extremities.  Additionally, Dr. Lana Gasparin has achieved certifications in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) according to Kolar for  Clinical Practitioner, Exercise Trainer, and Paediatric Specialist.   In her clinical practice, she uses DNS principles to treat patients from the paediatric, adult, and geriatric populations with various diagnoses and disabilities and functional/structural problems, including scoliosis, neurological disorders, central coordination disturbances and pelvic floor issues.  She is passionate about helping her patients optimize their health and wellness by educating and training them in ideal posture, movement and stability.  She also leads weekly movement classes based on DNS principles.