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Dr. Tamra Daye
Dr. Tamra Daye obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Manitoba then moved on to further her education at Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta, Georgia. After obtaining her doctorate degree in Chiropractic in 1999 she worked for several years in Virginia before returning to her home town of Winnipeg. Dr. Daye opened her first clinic in Kenaston Common in 2008 and has now gone on to open a second clinic in the Charleswood area.
Dr. Daye also completed the program with Acupuncture Canada to become a certified acupuncture provider. As a Chiropractor, Dr. Daye believes proper movement is key to living a healthy functional lifestyle. Dr. Daye’s goal is to relieve patients’ pain by determining the underlying dysfunction and joint restrictions. This is determined through a comprehensive examination to uncover the cause before recommending treatment. Dr. Daye is passionate about helping her patients live life to their optimal level.
Dr. Daye utilizes a variety of techniques with special focus on diversified manual adjustments, mobilization, muscles release techniques, Thompson drop table technique, Activator (gentle low force instrument adjusting), Trigger Point Therapy, Medical Acupuncture and progressive rehabilitation programs. Dr. Daye treats patients of all ages as well as all trimesters of pregnancy. When she is not practicing Dr. Daye enjoys an active lifestyle and spending time with her husband, son and twin daughters.
Tina graduated from the University of Manitoba with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology specializing in athletic therapy in June of 2018. Later that month, she wrote the Canadian Athletic Therapy national exam where she passed to obtain her credentials as a Certified Athletic Therapist.
During her studies, she completed over 1,200 hands-on practical hours split between clinical placements and field placements. She was fortunate enough to work with the University of Manitoba’s track and field team as their co-head therapist while managing a full course load. During this placement, she was able to learn a lot about high impact and running injuries including feet pain, knee pain, and shin splints. Throughout her education, she has been able to improve her skills such as hands-on techniques, being able to address and diagnosis musculoskeletal injuries, being able to create and adapt rehabilitation programs specific to the needs and demands of the patient, as well as her most valuable tool — which is being able to educate her patients.
Tina is certified in acupuncture, myofascial cupping and blading as well as neuro proprioceptive taping (K-Tape), that can be added to any treatment.
My goal is to get you back to doing what you love — pain free!