About Us

Glover Road Chiropractic has continued to evolve over the years.  We believe in taking steps to stay current with the latest research and technology. This allows us to provide the best possible care to our patients. The practice has been home to many great Langley Chiropractors over the past 20 years. Dr Norm Stork, Dr Jeff Plante and Dr David Hunt all contributed their part over the years. Today, Dr David Hammond and Dr Jay Rennicks carry on this passion. 

Dr. David Hammond

Dr. David Hammond, Doctor of Chiropractic, graduated Cum Laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. He also holds an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario. David is certified in Graston Technique (GT®) and trained on other soft tissue therapies including Active Release Techniques (ART®). Dr. Hammond is trained as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (C.S.C.S.) under the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He believes in an evidence based approach to the care, treatment and education of his patients.

An athlete himself, David focuses on sports injuries and has worked as an athletic therapist with a variety of team sports. He has played rugby and soccer and now volunteers as a medical therapist. He enjoys an active lifestyle of training for half marathons and triathlons. Dr Hammond enjoys lecturing to a variety of large and small companies on office ergonomics, proper work station set-up and overuse injuries.

David was born and raised in the Lower Mainland. Growing up, he spent many summers at Crescent Beach swimming competitively and coaching swim lessons to children. David and his wife are keeping very busy with their two children. Both he and his wife enjoy sampling local cuisine and testing their culinary skills at home. Dr Hammond is also an avid Vancouver Canucks Fan.

Dr. Jay Rennicks

Dr. Rennicks is an honors graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. His under-graduate degree is from Wilfred University in Waterloo.

After finishing Chiropractic College, he pursued further studies in a variety of soft tissue treatments and sports therapy treatments. He is certified in Graston Techniques (GT®) and Active Release Therapy (ART®). This allows Dr. Rennicks to provide more complete care that complements traditional chiropractic treatment. He can treat other issues not typically treated by chiropractic treatment such as plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow and other soft tissue or sports injuries. He places great emphasis on rehabilitation and therapeutic exercise.

Jay is on the sports medicine team at Trinity Western University and has treated a variety of athletes, including members of the TWU Spartans Volleyball, Basketball, and Soccer, the Langley Chiefs, and Vancouver Whitecaps.

Outside of the office Jay loves to play hockey. He has a passion for music and has been playing guitar since he was twelve years old. When he gets a chance, he loves to snowboard too. He is married with two very fun children.

 

For more information on our Registered Massage Therapists please go to: www.glovermassagetherapy.ca/ 

 

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