Dr. Alissa Banns, DC


Dr. Alissa Banns graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford, British Columbia with a Bachelor in Kinesiology and then went on to obtain her Doctorate of Chiropractic which she received from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. While she was in California she was an active member of the Sports Council which allowed her to treat various types of athletes and many sports injuries. She was able to combine her love for travelling and her passion for helping people by volunteering through mission trips in El Salvador and Peru where she treated a wide range of conditions and injuries from the pediatric to the geriatric population.
Dr. Banns is in constant pursuit of knowledge and is continually taking courses to enhance her ability to address musculoskeletal disorders. She has had training in Functional Movement Taping (Rocktape), Active Release Technique (ART), Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehab (FAKTR), extremity adjusting and exercise and rehabilitation. She strives to actively help patients achieve their sports, fitness and personal related goals. She believes that patients need to be active members of their own recovery and health.
When she is not in the clinic you can find her on a plane off to explore an exciting new destination or horseback riding. She looks forward to helping you move better and smile more!
E-mail: alissa@langleysportsmed.com

Akeisha De Baat

Fascial Stretch Therapist

As a dance professional and educator, I have been working with the body and all that it can
offer and endure for over 17 years. After years of searching for treatments that could
uncover the source of my ‘chronic pains’, I found FST in 2017. I am the first to admit that I
was addicted to the temporary pain of some forms of treatment for years, but once I
understood that perhaps no pain could offer results I’d never seen before, I was/am hooked.
Over the past few years, I have been practicing self-healing through techniques that centre
around trapped emotions in your body which compliments one of the principles in FST’s
(tuning & reprogramming the nervous system). This has been a critical factor in my speedy
recovery and personal leaps in my own personal fitness goals and art form, giving me back
and increasing my range of motion, speed, agility, and strength that I had lost or struggled
with for years.

As a Certified Level 2 Fascial Stretch Therapist (FST) from the Stretch to Win Institute (STWI),
I will assist your body through specific stretches to improve the mobility of your nerves &
increase the flexibility of your muscles and fascia.
E-mail: akeisha@langleysportsmed.com

Jeff Slatten


Jeff has 10 years experience as a physiotherapist, with a Master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Toronto and a Kinesiology degree from Simon Fraser University. He completed level three in Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy, and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

His training in orthopaedic rehabilitation has been supplemented with additional credentialing in acupuncture. He finds this to be an effective method in treating many musculoskeletal conditions as well as treating general pains and headaches. Jeff enjoys working with athletes and non-athletes of all ages following injuries and surgeries by restoring function, identifying and correcting muscle imbalances, and addressing postural and balance deficits.

He may use spinal decompression therapy for certain neck and back issues and has had much success using Radial Shockwave therapy for a variety of conditions such as plantar fasciitis, tendinopathy, and shoulder pain.

Born and raised in BC, Jeff enjoys spending time with wife and 4 year old son, as well as the rest of his family that live in the Lower Mainland. Prior to his pursuits in the rehabilitation field, Jeff worked in commercial construction. He is a red seal electrician and is able to appreciate and understand the demands and realities of many workplaces.

Jeff loves to keep active hiking, skiing, cycling etc. One of his greatest passions is travelling and experiencing other cultures and foods. Lately he has been restoring a heritage home in Maple Ridge.

E-mail: jeff@langleysportsmed.com

Lisa Goulet


Lisa has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education in Athletic Therapy with distinction from the University of Alberta. Included in her educational pursuits, Lisa acquired her Fellowship from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy, is certified in Acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and is certified in Functional Dry Needling (IMS) Level 1 with Kinetacore.
Lisa has also completed several post-graduate courses including Spinal Manipulation, Manual Therapy, Myofascial and Soft-tissue Release techniques, Graston Technique, K-Taping (Kinesiology tape technique), Orthopaedic courses for the Thorax , Shoulder and Core, Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes, Mobilization of the Nervous System, and Pilates instruction. Her clinical interests include Movement/ Postural Dysfunction, Shoulder, Lumbo-Pelvic and Lower Limb /Pelvic Alignment Disorders, and exercise therapies such as yoga and Pilates. Lisa has worked with a variety of sport teams and athletic events and is an active member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Orthopedic Division. She was also a member of the BC place medical team during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. She enjoys several recreational activities including Yoga, Pilates, biking and snowboarding.

E-mail: lisa@langleysportsmed.com

Sam (Suhkjinder) Jaggi


Sam joins our office with over 10 years of Orthopaedic-based practice under his belt.  Sam has developed his practice with an emphasis on patient education and restorative rehabilitation. His one-on-one style of treatment ensures that his clients receive the best possible care while visiting our office, and his after-care home programs allow his clients to continue their healing independently.

Special Interests:
High Performance Movement Training
Joint Mobilization
Postural management
Ergonomic Care

E-mail: sam@langleysportsmed.com

Herman Chan



E-mail: herman@langleysportsmed.com

Sara Zboya


Sara is a registered physiotherapist who has been working in the sports medicine setting as well as pediatrics for 9 years. She received her Masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia and has a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley. Since graduating Sara has continued her education including becoming certified in Functional Dry Needling- Level 1, also known as IMS, through Kinetacore. Additional courses have also been taken in cervical spine dysfunction, shoulder dysfunction, postural control, and pediatric visual-vestibular dysfunction.

Sara continues to enjoy both areas of practice with specific interests in pediatrics and sports injuries, especially softball. She has played softball for over 25 years including recreational mixed slo-pitch and competitive women’s ‘A’ fastpitch. Although softball is her primary sport, she also participates in water sports, snowboarding, running, weight training, and she enjoys working with athletes of all ages, in all sports, at all levels.

E-mail: sara@langleysportsmed.com

Mark Malamura

Registered Massage Therapist

Mark Malamura is a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) within the practitioner team at Langley Sports Medicine Clinic. He has always had a passion for sports, the most significant being soccer. He has played soccer for high level teams in Germany and Slovakia and continues to play at an amateur level for a local club. He most recently graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy and is excited to implement his passion for athletics into his massage therapy career. He is passionate about helping people and providing them with a path for recovery. Mark tailors each of his treatments to the specific needs of his patient and works together with them to create a unique treatment plan for their lifestyle.

E-mail: mark@langleysportsmed.com

Amanda Morgan

Registered Massage Therapist

Amanda decided to give LSMC a shot as her first clinic to treat with, and hasn’t looked back since! As one of the “veteran” members on the list, she brings with her a steady, loyal clientele that keep her hopping. Amanda’s use of varying techniques throughout the treatments provides an environment that promotes tissue healing and restoration in a range of ailments, including but not limited to post-surgical complications, pre- and post-natal therapy, and athletic injury. When not making everybody else work and feel better, Amanda takes part in local and provincial-level slow pitch with her husband and close friends throughout the year.
E-mail: amanda@langleysportsmed.com

Shelby Schumaker

Registered Massage Therapist

Shelby is a graduate from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in Exercise Science from the University of Lethbridge. Massage therapy was a natural fit for Shelby after experiencing the benefits when treating her own sports related injuries. She has a wide range of clinical experience including sports related injuries, pre/post-natal, motor vehicle accidents, age related and general muscular imbalances. Shelby uses a variety of techniques including facial release, stretching and joint mobilizations during treatments to achieve patient goals.
She is passionate about personal health and fitness and leads an active outdoor lifestyle. Shelby most enjoys practicing yoga, hiking, fishing, camping or any other activity her Australian Shepard can tag along.

E-mail: shelby@langleysportsmed.com

Tara Mang

Registered Massage Therapist

E-mail: tara@langleysportsmed.com

Sarah Linnitt

Registered Massage Therapist

E-mail: sarah@langleysportsmed.com

Brittany Oleskiw

Registered Massage Therapist

E-mail: brittany@langleysportsmed.com

Jordana Charlton

Registered Massage Therapist

Jordana Charlton is a graduate of the 3000 Hour Registered Massage Therapy Program at the West Coast College of Massage and is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. Her interest in the human body and desire to help others is what led to this career she feels so passionately about.

She believes massage plays a key role in dealing with the stresses of life and is essential for long-term well being. Her intention is to provide you with a holistic treatment – working with your body’s innate ability to heal itself. In each treatment, she combines a variety of techniques to assist and facilitate patients in achieving their specific goals and general wellness.

Jordana’s goal is to enable your body to perform at its best in whatever it is you choose to do. She believes in working as a team to achieve your personal goals and together, tailor a treatment plan specific to your needs.
E-mail: jordana@langleysportsmed.com