City View Chiropractic Sports Injury and Massage Therapy Clinic was established in 1994 by Dr. Michael Hardie. The Clinic is located in central Mississauga and now boasts a team of three chiropractic practitioners and two massage therapists. The treatment regime offered at City View targets knees, wrists, ankles, shoulders and backs.
“Our goal is your top performing ability.”– Dr. Michael Hardie
Dr Michael Hardie HonBSC, DC, RKin, DAcu
Dr Hardie (Dr Mike) graduated from the University of Waterloo in 1990, with an HonBSc in Kinesiology. He then pursued a Doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, graduating in 1994.
He established City View Chiropractic Clinic in 1995 and has led a team of Chiropractors, Kinesiologists and Registered Massage Therapists. He has provided treatment and rehab to The Toronto Argonauts football and dance teams, The Mississauga Ice Dogs, and various National and Olympic Athletes.
Dr. Mike believes continued education is pivotal to building a successful practice. He has received certifications in Active Release Technique, Acupuncture, Functional Range Control, KinStretch and Complete Concussion Management.
His goal is for patents to not only return to full function, but also optimize performance.
Dr Stephanie Adey, Hon BSc, RKin DAcu, DC has been proudly practicing at City View Chiropractic Clinic since 2001, after graduating from the National University of Health Sciences (NUHS), where she received her designation of Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine. Dr Adey holds a Hons. Bachelor of Science degree she began at Western University, finishing this degree at York University, where she specialized in Human Biomechanics. Dr Adey competed for both Western, York U, and at a National level in Soccer. Dr Adey’s focus is treating injuries and finding the cause of that injury – this would include addressing core stability, exercise, diet, lifestyle changes and supplementation recommendations when warranted. Some of Dr Adey’s Chiropractic experience also includes working with semi-professional and pro football players, first round draft picks for the NHL, women’s hockey team champion players and international synchronized swimmers. In 2018 Dr Adey received her Completed Concussion Management Certification, and is looking forward working with sports teams as they comply with Rowan’s Law.
Dr Kelly O’Brien-Ivankovic, BPHE, (Hons), BA, DC has been practicing at City View Chiropractic Clinic since 2004, upon graduation from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr O’Brien-Ivankovic also holds a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Queen’s University, received in 2000; as well as a certification in Active Release Technique ART®. Dr Kelly competed at a National level in synchronized swimming throughout high school and swam varsity Water polo at Queen’s University. Her Chiropractic experience includes work with the Toronto Argonauts Dance Team, the Women’s Oakville Ice Bears Hockey Team and the Mississauga Girls Hockey Association. Most recently Dr Kelly finished her Complete Concussion Management Certification and is excited to help establish baseline testing as well as help those with concussions manage their symptoms to return to work, school or sport in the safest way possible.
Registered Massage Therapists
Marzena Werykowicz graduated from Kikkawa College located in Toronto, 1997 Honours. Both have a wide range of professional experience including Swedish Massage Therapy, stress reduction and repetitive strain prevention. Marzena is a caring, enthusiastic individual who possess excellent interpersonal skills. Marzena lives in Oakville with her husband and two young children where they enjoy an active lifestyle.
Andrew Kowalczyk is a successful Personal Trainer based in Mississauga. Graduating from York University Kinesiology Program in 2005, he has developed a unique methodology of fitness training; which focuses on developing whole-body functional strength. Training focuses on strengthening individuals body segments, correcting muscle imbalance and developing core strength. Training intensity progresses gradually and consistently. By combining the strength gains, increasing flexibility and improving cardiovascular function training adaptations result in easier performance of everyday tasks, recreational activities as well as injury prevention and rehabilitation. Over the years, with a personalized approach to each of his clients’ specific needs, Andrew’s training practices produce optimal gains in all of their fitness pursuits.