Dr. Jason Casey, BSc (Kinesiology), DC

Dr. Casey completed his Bachelor’s of Science in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University, Burnaby in 1996. He continued his educational pursuits at Western States Chiropractic College, in Portland, Oregon. He received his Doctorate in Chiropractic with academic honours (Summa Cum Laude), & honorary Clinical Excellence Award in 1997. Dr. Casey has been freeing people from pain since 1998 in his clinic in Pitt Meadows, BC. He is committed to promoting the health & well being of his patients. Dr. Casey uses a “whole person approach” when taking care of his patients. This approach to wellness means looking for underlying causes of any disturbance or disruption (which may or may not be causing symptoms at the time) & make whatever interventions and lifestyle adjustments that would optimize the conditions for normal function. Using this unique approach, Dr. Casey is able to help you to accelerate &/or maintain your journey to good health. Dr. Casey is married to Lisa, & they are proud parents of two daughters, Maraya & Brielle. They reside in Maple Ridge.
Dr. Casey was introduced to chiropractic at a young age. Suffering from headaches, he began seeing his family chiropractor, with great success. He began thinking about a career in chiropractic when he was in Grade 10.

Jason works Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday

Education:
WESTERN STATES CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE: Portland, Oregon: Accredited by Council on Chiropractic Education.

Graduated Doctorate of Chiropractic degree August 1997, Summa Cum Laude.

 

COURSES STUDIED FOR DOCTORATE DEGREE:

  • ANATOMY/NEUROLOGY: 660 CLASS HOURS
  • PHILOSOPHY: 398 CLASS HOURS
  • PATHOLOGY: 330 CLASS HOURS
  • TECHNIQUE: 675 CLASS HOURS
  • PHYSIOLOGY: 345 CLASS HOURS
  • RESEARCH: 30 CLASS HOURS
  • X-RAYS: 480 CLASS HOURS
  • DIAGNOSIS: 495 CLASS HOURS
  • CLINIC HOURS: 758 CLASS HOURS
  • CLINICAL SCIENCES: 285 CLASS HOURS
  • OB/GYN: 45 CLASS HOURS
  • CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: 60 CLASS HOURS
  • GERIATRICS AND PEDIATRICS: 45 CLASS HOURS
  • CHIROPRACTIC ECONOMICS/INSURANCE MANAGEMENT/RISK MANAGEMENT: 120 CLASS HOURS

TOTAL CONTACT CLASS HOURS: 4,732

SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY: Burnaby , BC: Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology (with a focus on Ergonomics), June 1996.

Post-Graduate Education

  • October 1999 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Orthopedic Evaluation Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • November 1999 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Neurological Evaluation Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • December 1999 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Physical Evaluation Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • January 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Laboratory Evaluation Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • January 2000 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • February 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Spinal Biomechanics Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • March 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Adjustment and Manipulation Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • April 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Physiological Therapeutics Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • May 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Rehabilitation and Exercise Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • June 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Cervical Sprains, Strains and Complications Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • June 2000 – Health Class Seminar sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (3 hrs) August 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Upper Cervical and Cranial Disorders Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • September 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Shoulder, Arm, and Elbow Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • October 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Wrist and Hand Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • November 2000 – Orthopedics Diplomate Program (Thoracic Spine Seminar) sponsored by Western States Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • January 2001 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • February 2001 – Patient Education Seminar sponsored by Dr. Eric Plasker (12 hrs)
  • July 2001 – Skeletal Radiology: Normal Variants sponsored by Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (12 hrs)
  • January 2002 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • March 2002 – Avoiding Running Injuries sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (3 hrs)
  • June 2002 – The Pelvic Malalignment Syndrome sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (Guest Speaker: Dr. Wolf Schamberger) (6 hrs)
  • June 2002 – Family Practice Seminar sponsored by Dr. Eric Plasker (12 hrs)
  • December 2002 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • June 2003 – Sexual Misconduct Questionnaire sponsored by the British Columbia Chiropractic Association (1 hr)
  • July 2003 – Skeletal Radiology sponsored by Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (12 hrs) January 2004 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • November 2004 – X-ray Seminar sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (3 hrs) January 2005 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • April 2005 – Cranial Adjusting Turner Style Workshop Level I sponsored by Dr. Roger Turner (12 hrs)
  • April 2005 – Radiology Seminar sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (3 hrs)
  • July 2005 – Rules & Regulations Review sponsored by the British Columbia Chiropractic Association (1 hr) September 2005 – DC Tracts – Volume 17 Issue 1 – Wellness Care (6 hrs) September 2005 – DC Tracts – Volume 14 Issue 3 – Protruded Intervertebral Disc (6 hrs) September 2005 – DC Tracts – Volume 16 Issue 1 – Pediatrics (6 hrs)
  • September 2005 – Ridge Meadows X-ray DVD sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (3 hrs)
  • November 2006 – X-ray seminar sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (Guest Speaker: Dr. Bill Adams) (3 hrs)
  • January 2007 – Risk Management Questionnaire sponsored by the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (1 hr)
  • October 2008 – X-ray seminar sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (Guest Speaker: Dr. Bill Adams) (3 hrs)
  • March 2009 – X-ray seminar sponsored by the Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society (Guest Speaker: Dr. Bill Adams) (3 hrs)

TOTAL HOURS: 273 hours


Professional Memberships & Associations

  • Canadian Chiropractic Association – Member in good standing since 1998
  • Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association – Member in good standing since 1998
  • British Columbia Chiropractic Association – Member in good standing since 1998
  • British Columbia College of Chiropractors – Member in good standing since 1998
  • Ridge Meadows Chiropractic Society – Member in good standing since 2000
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