Dr. Olin obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in 1993 from the University of Winnipeg and then moved on to graduate from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1997, as a Doctor of Chiropractic. He is owner and operator of T.E.A.M. Chiropractic along with his wife, Dr. Kerri Brooker. He is proud to say he is the team chiropractor for both the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club since 2006 and the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Club since 2011. Dr. Olin was the team chiropractor for the Manitoba Moose from 2003 until their final season in Winnipeg in 2011. With the return of the Manitoba Moose in 2015, Dr. Olin re-joined the Manitoba Moose medical team as the team chiropractor. In 2019, Dr. Olin was named team chiropractor of Valour FC of the Canadian Premier Soccer League. In addition, Dr. Olin is a chiropractic provider for the Canadian Sport Centre of Manitoba. Dr. Olin's practice is diverse and family oriented with a strong focus on sport injury prevention and treatment.
Dr. Olin’s treatments include but are not limited to the use of chiropractic manual/instrument therapies, myofascial (muscle) release technique, laser, and the use of modalities.
Dr. Olin has been very active serving his profession; he is currently on the Canadian Chiropractic Association Board. He was also a member of the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board for eight years, having served as chair for 3 years. Prior to his election to the national board, Dr. Olin volunteered as an examiner and test writer for many years. He served locally on many committees of the Manitoba Chiropractors Association (MCA). Some of his work included chairing the Standards Committee, Government Relations Committee and he currently serves on the Negotiations Committee, Child and Family Services Committee, and MCA Liaison for Mount Carmel Clinic Chiropractic Project.
Previous activity also included membership with the Winnipeg West Rotary Club where he enjoyed serving as a member of the World Community Service Committee and Chair of the Youth Projects Committee. He was co-Chair of the Maccabi Canada Manitoba Regional Board and was a member of the National Athletic Committee. Dr. Olin served as Provincial Team Manager and member of the Coach and Player Development Committee for the Manitoba Soccer Association. He was awarded the Order of the Buffalo Hunt by the Province of Manitoba in 1992 and then inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of fame in recognition for his work as Assistant General Manager of the 1992 Canadian Soccer League Champion, Winnipeg Fury.
In 2009, Dr. Olin was the Recipient of the Manitoba Soccer Association Fred Stambrook Outstanding Volunteer, presented to a volunteer, with involvement of at least twenty-five years, who has contributed in an outstanding manner to the growth and development of the sport of soccer in Manitoba, March 2009
In 2015, Dr. Olin received the Distinguished Service Award from the Manitoba Chiropractors Association.
Dr. Brooker is mom to two amazing children. She works along side her husband, Dr. Gerald Olin as owner of T.E.A.M. Chiropractic Family Wellness Centre. After studying Foods and Nutrition and then Sciences from the University of Manitoba she went on to graduate as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1999. During her studies at Northwestern she completed a nine-month Internship with a heavy focus on Pediatrics and Obstetrics at which time she became proficient in Cranial Sacral Therapy. Dr. Brooker’s Acupuncture certification was earned via extensive postgraduate study with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, a study she continues to pursue.
Dr. Brooker’s interests revolve around women’s health issues, family wellness and peak performance of the everyday athlete. She is continuing to expand her knowledge of these and other areas via postgraduate studies. She is passionate about active living, whole foods nutrition and encouraging those around her to achieve and maintain optimal health and performance.
Dr. Brooker’s treatments include but are not limited to the use of chiropractic manual/instrument therapies, acupuncture, myofascial (muscle) release technique, soft tissue massage, and cranial sacral therapy.
Before becoming a mom, Dr. Brooker worked as an examiner for the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board and took part in test question writing and review. She served as a call operator for Teen Touch; a support line for youth in trouble. Dr. Brooker volunteered her time at the Movement Centre of Manitoba doing gentle stretching and exercises with children living with Cerebral Palsy. More recently, She’s taken an active part in the Fort Garry Women’s Resource Centre, as a member of their Board. She is an active volunteer with community sport in various capacities. As in the past, it is a true pleasure for Dr. Brooker to volunteers her services to Villa Rosa, a wonderfully supportive home for young moms.
In her spare time, Kerri can be found spending time with friends and family, living actively out-doors. She is an avid reader and runner.
Lori obtained her Science degree in 2000 from the University of Brandon and graduated in 2003 from the Athletic Therapy Program at the University of Winnipeg. She obtained her Athletic Therapy certification in 2004 and began working with T.E.A.M. Chiropractic shortly after.
Although she has a strong interest in treatment of sports injuries, her practice has also included the treatment and rehabilitation of patients who have been injured in car accidents or injured in the workplace. Lori enjoys treating a wide variety of patients for everyday general aches and pains. Her treatments may include the use of myofascial (muscle) release technique, stretching, acupuncture, modalities and exercise prescription.
In addition to her in-clinic care, Lori is very involved with programs such as the University of Winnipeg Basketball, Provincial Soccer, Hockey, Ball Hockey, National Volleyball, Field Hockey, synchronized skating, Winter/Summer Games and Winnipeg Blue Bombers training camps.
Lisa was drawn to massage therapy after working twelve years in the healthcare field. Lisa graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy in 2007 and is in good standing with the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba (MTAM).
Lisa loves being a massage therapist. She listens to her patients and works hard to address the unique challenges and preferences of each individual patient. Lisa uses assessment, treatment and a variety of massage techniques allowing her to customize each massage to target specific imbalances of joints, ligaments and muscles that are the main cause of pain.
The ability to help and educate her patients is extremely important to Lisa therefore she’s constantly upgrading her education. Massage techniques Lisa uses include but are not limited to: prenatal (pregnancy) massage, deep tissue massage, craniosacral therapy, joint mobilization, soft tissue release, Swedish massage, cupping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization and advanced trigger point therapy. Lisa’s skill set allows her to treat patients of all ages with various issues ranging from common aches and pains to specific injuries.
Lisa was a recipient of the Heather Whittaker Memorial Award for demonstrating outstanding commitment to ongoing learning and professional development for 2013-2015 and 2015-2017 credit year. Continuing education in the area of massage therapy plays a big part in Lisa’s free time. Her interests include random Winnipeg leisure guide activities, gardening, refinishing furniture, going to the occasional Blue Bomber game and doing family activities with her husband and two children.
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