Dr. Justin Conrad BSc, DC
Dr. Justin Conrad joined our practice in 2022, bringing with him a wealth of experience gained from working in a variety of healthcare clinics around Alberta, but his chiropractic story first begins long before with him as a patient himself.
While completing his Bachelor of Science Degree at University of Alberta, Dr. Conrad actually suffered a significant back injury. Thankfully, he was helped greatly by his chiropractor and was able to continue his education. This positive experience, combined with his love of human biology led him to Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California where he graduated with his Doctor of Chiropractic in 2004.
Following his graduation, Dr. Conrad gained valuable experience working at different chiropractic clinics around Alberta, including caring for the fighter jet pilots in Cold Lake and the hard working farmers in other small Alberta towns. Dr. Conrad also worked alongside our own Dr. Elkassem at Albany Chiropractic in Edmonton before jumping at the chance to reconnect with Dr. Elkassem in the multidisciplinary setting at Maloney Elkassem Wellness.
With his varied experience and his multiple skillsets, Dr. Conrad is a chiropractic Swiss army knife. He is experienced in a variety of chiropractic techniques and advanced soft tissue therapies like Active Release Techniques and Graston Therapy. He is certified in Medical Acupuncture, and also brings extensive experience with Shockwave Therapy for treating a wide variety of chronic conditions.
The great thing about Dr. Conrad is that when you combine all of that knowledge and experience with his calm, easygoing demeanor, you end up with an amazing chiropractor that truly cares about helping his patients feel their best.
Dr. Conrad is fully licensed with the College of Chiropractors of Alberta (CCOA) and is a member of the Canadian Chiropractors Association (CCA) and the Chiropractic Association of Alberta (CAA).
In his time away from work, Dr. Conrad loves spending time with his young family, camping and travelling around Alberta.