Our Team

Dr. Ashley Todd


Dr. Todd has an extensive athlete base with his specialized approach to the biomechanics of sport. Throughout his career, Dr. Todd has treated athletes of all calibers including Professional, WHL and Collegiate hockey players, Olympic track athletes, Professional Ironman Tri-athletes and everyone in between. He has attained full body status in Active Release Techniques, and has been a certified A.R.T. provider helping hundreds of athletes of all calibres. Dr. Todd earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia, where he played 4 years of varsity hockey with the UBC Thunderbirds. Before entering UBC, Dr. Todd spent 3 years playing Jr. A hockey with the Melville Millionaires. Dr. Todd is currently the Chiropractor for WHL’s Edmonton Oilkings. 

Dr. Carly Presakarchuk


Dr. Presakarchuk is a certified Active Release Techniques provider with experience in treating athletes at the amateur, and collegiate levels. Graduate of the University of Alberta, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology while playing field hockey with the Pandas.  Dr. Presakarchuk furthered her studies at the University of Western States,  in Portland, earning a Doctorate of Chiropractic. Dr. Presakarchuk is very active in the weightlifting community and loves spending her free time Olympic weightlifting and staying active.

Dr. James Lemieux


Dr. Lemieux is very involved in the golf community and has worked with hundreds of amateur and golf professionals around Edmonton. He is a level 3 Titleist Performance Institute golf fitness instructor, SFMA certified, Full body ART certified and a certified provider in Graston Technique. Doctor Lemieux uses a blend of soft tissue techniques along with manual therapy to help patients achieve their personal goals. Dr. Lemieux graduated from the University of Alberta in with a Bachelors of Science in Human Biology and furthered his studies at the University of Western States and has been in private practice since 2000.  

Makhanna Maraj

Massage Therapist

Makhanna Maraj is a graduate of the 2200 hour Advanced Massage Therapy program at McEwan University and is currently working towards her Bachelor’s Degree in Health and Science. She enjoys staying active with yoga and regular trips to the gym. Makhanna has been involved in a variety of different sports, including coaching soccer, for several years, and is passionate about sports massage and helping athletes of all levels perform better.



Shannon Proskow

Massage Therapist

Shannon  Proskow graduated from the two year 2200 hour Massage Therapy program at Grant MacEwan University. She has been trained in a variety of modalities including trigger point therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, myofascial release, sports massage, deep tissue, pregnancy, therapeutic massage and relaxation massage. She is a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta, and is currently finishing her last year of the Acupuncture program at Grant MacEwan to expand her knowledge and scope of practice as a therapist. Shannon has been involved in several sports such as volleyball, basketball, rugby, as well as has played for team Alberta and team Canada for handball. Shannon enjoys staying active by working out, doing yoga, and spending time with her horse.


Jeff Moggach

Massage Therapist

Jeff Moggach is a graduate in the 2200 hour Advance Massage Therapy Program from Grant MacEwan University and for the past eight years Jeff has been a professor for the Massage Therapy Program at his Alma Mater. Jeff keeps an active lifestyle by participating in Downhill Mountain biking as well as taking to the ice for a good ol’game of hockey. His massage objective is to ensure all his clients are able to get back to an active and energetic life.

Sarka Valtr

Office Manager

Sarka Valtr is the coordinator and office manager at Performance Chiropractic and Sports Rehab. She ensures the clinic’s daily business operations are smooth and seamless. Sarka brings a multitude of skills to the clinic, and has a BSc. in Nutrition from the University of Alberta.  

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