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Dr. McCrea completed his doctorate at the University of Alberta in 2001 as a SSHRC fellow. He subsequently studied brain imaging in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Alberta as an NSERC post-doctoral fellow. Dr. McCrea also completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania in the area of Cognitive Neurology from 2004-2005. From 2006-2007 Dr. McCrea was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of British Columbia where he studied Neuro-ophthalmology. After a brief sojourn working as a temporary clinical psychologist working in Ashland, Kentucky Dr. McCrea returned to Canada. Dr. McCrea was a provisional psychologist at the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre in Regina from 2010-2014. Dr. McCrea has experience working in adult clinical neuropsychology with many different types of neurological disorders including concussion. He seeks to provide compassionate, high-quality coordinated care with a focus on abbreviated assessments, timely consultation with diverse health care providers, and the provision of useful feedback to patients and their families. An essential philosophy is optimizing recovery processes and/or return to work for patients.
Jonathan Shiplack graduated from the University of Regina in 2015 with a degree in Kinesiology majoring in Human Kinetics. He also is a certified Personal Training Specialist and Healthy Eating & Weight Loss coach with canfitpro. He is the fitness manager for Driven Lifestyle Group where he helps people create healthier and happier lifestyles. Jonathan uses this same approach when it comes to helping people deal with chronic health concerns. The basis of this approach is fundamentally education. Through educating individuals on the foundations of healthy eating it empowers people to start making their own healthier lifestyle choices. You won’t find any meal plans or heavily restricted diets. Small, simple, habit-based changes is what is going to not only see positive changes, but are more likely to be permanent changes as well.
Dr. Klippenstine is a licensed psychologist in the province of Saskatchewan. He completed his doctoral training in Phoenix, Arizona and his post doctoral residency at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He also currently works at the University of Regina. His clinical interests include personality assessment, individual and group therapy. He is licensed to work with clients aged 16 to Adult. He is a member of the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan and his license with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists is in good standing.
I am able to provide a variety of services for adults, including therapy and assessment. The most common issues that I see at Gateway include stress and anxiety from work, relationship issues, sleep difficulties, depression, grief, anxiety and life transition difficulties (retirement, divorce, children moving). My goal is to work with patients to increase their ability to solve their own problems. Often times this process begins with an intake session where a patient will share some of their personal history. This helps to increase self-awareness by identifying patterns, thoughts, beliefs, and relationships that are contributing to the problem. While there is no set timetable for how long therapy will take, many people start to feel better and function differently within 3-5 sessions. I believe that therapy should create independence within a person, not dependence on a psychologist to solve all of life’s problems.
“Dr. Truong was born and raised in Regina, SK. He attended the University of Regina before studying at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, ON. CMCC is the leader in chiropractic education and research in Canada and is being recognized for creating leaders in spinal health. His role as a chiropractor is to manage neuromusculoskeletal conditions such as low back pain, neck pain and headaches.
During his internship, he had the opportunity to provide chiropractic services in a collaborative setting with professionals of various health disciplines at St. Michael’s Hospital Family Practice in downtown Toronto.
Dr. Truong is also a certified acupuncture provider and personal trainer of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
He is committed to serving you and your family by providing exceptional care that caters to individual needs. He is proud to be from Regina and is always looking for ways to give back to the community.”
Dr Sina Javadi is an International Medical Graduate who has a vast amount of experience as a Family Physician for more than 10 years.
Certified to practise Medicine in Saskatchewan, he has practised in different medical fields including care for the Elderly, Chronic Illnesses such as Diabetes and COPD, Pediatrics, Prenatal Care, Psychiatry and Emergency Services.
Dr. Sina Javadi’s aim as a Family Physician is to provide the best possible care for his patients, inspire hope and nurture their well-being as well as treating them and their family members with sensitivity and empathy by respecting their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Michael graduated from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science, Agriculture. Later. he changed direction and obtained a degree in Remedial Massage Therapies in 2001. Since graduating he has been serving the communities of Regina, Indian Head, Weyburn and surrounding areas. Michael is a full member of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan, MTAS.
Michael’s professional training includes Swedish, Sports and Acupressure massage. His sports work experience includes working with players of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, BC Lions, Montreal Alouettes, and the University of Regina Cougars and Rams. He is well known through his work in the disability community. Michael is also accredited to treat patients covered under SGI, WCB, Veteran’s Affairs and the RCMP.
Dr. Berriman completed Medical school at the University of Saskatchewan with honors. She is licensed to practice Family Medicine both in Canada and the USA. She has over 25 years of experience in many areas of Family Practice. She has worked at Halifax Cancer Clinic, and has also experienced working in a rural village in Heron Bay with Emergency Room coverage and home visits. She has worked in a Group Family Practice in Ohio including in-patient, ICU and Nursing Home visits. She has worked in Urgent care and walk-in settings and has worked with US Veterans as well.