Dr. Yee received a Bachelor of Science in 1993 from the University of Alberta and graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2000. Since then he has been in active chiropractic practice. He has an interest in the treatment of sports injuries and is currently the chiropractor for the Junior A Sherwood Park Crusaders hockey team. Most recently, he has completed his Level 1 SHIFT Concussion Management Program.


Dr. Newman received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry from the University of Alberta in 2011 and graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2016. During her time at CMCC, she completed a variety of additional certifications and courses including: acupuncture, Activator, and Thompson Technique. Most recently, Dr. Newman became a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) and certified in Webster Technique; a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment to reduce the effects of sacral and pelvic joint dysfunction. Webster technique is commonly used in the care of pregnant women with the idea that sacral or pelvic joint dysfunction may contribute to difficult labor for the mother. Dr. Newman focuses on patient-centred and evidence-based care working with patients of all ages suffering from musculoskeletal issues resulting from sport and work-related injuries, motor vehicle injuries, and chronic diseases. Dr. Newman has a special interest in treating TMJ (jaw) pain and/or dysfunction, pregnancy-related low back pain, pediatrics, BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo), and chronic pain.


Victoria graduated from the Advanced Massage Therapy program in 2017 from CDI College. While there, she learned many techniques to help her patients with their injuries such as: PNF stretching, specialized flexibility and range of motion stretching techniques, and trigger point therapy. She is well versed in treating whiplash, strains/sprains, and headaches while also dealing with motor vehicle accident and WCB claims. During school, she found a passion for helping pregnant women with pregnancy-related pain and dealing with children and infants.


Cuihong graduated with distinction from the three-year acupuncture program at Grant MacEwan University. She has a BSc. degree in Medicine and a Master degree in Cardiovascular Disease in China. She worked as a physician of internal medicine in the Medical University Hospital (China) for eight years and was specialized in cardiology. Her rigorous training in both Western medicine and Chinese medicine has allowed her to treat her patients both from the Western and Chinese medicine perspectives to achieve the optimal efficiency. As a result, she can easily understand a patient’s symptoms in various conditions and effectively manage and reduce the symptoms


Dr. Abada received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Alberta. She obtained her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the dually accredited Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Saskatchewan and completed her internship in Clinical Psychology from the dually accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship Program of the Department of Clinical Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Abada’s clinical training and expertise have both breadth and depth, from adult mental health, clinical health and rehabilitation psychology, and pediatric psychology to forensic psychology.