Meet the Reliable Westview Wellness Centre Team
Extraordinary People. Extraordinary Care
Dr. Peyman Khademi
Dr. Khademi completed his undergraduate studies in Biology and Kinesiology at York University before entering the chiropractic program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario. In 2002, he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree and had since been providing his patient with evidence-based chiropractic treatment.
In 2005, Dr. Khademi moved to the North shore and established the state-of-the-art Westview Wellness Centre in North Vancouver, a multidisciplinary clinic that offers both young and old the necessary tools to achieve optimal health. By utilizing the science of chiropractic, nutrition, stretches, and exercises, Dr. Khademi, also a certified exercise and fitness trainer, provides his patients with the steps necessary to achieve the level of health they desire. From chiropractic treatment to fitness and stress reduction- Dr. Khademi's emphasis is on natural pain relief, prevention, and healthy living.
As a member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association and British Columbia Chiropractic Association, his patient care will always include the most recent and scientifically based treatment available. Dr. Khademi focuses on the treatment of acute and chronic back, neck, shoulder, and foot pain caused by work or sports-related injuries, car accidents, and postural and overuse conditions. Computerized gait analysis and custom-made prescription orthotics are also among the services offered by Dr. Khademi.
Conditions Commonly Treated By Dr. Khademi at our Health Care Clinic
Dr. Lee Butterfield
Dr. Lee D. Butterfield (Ph.D., CCC, CHRP) is a Canadian-Certified Counsellor and professional member of the Canadian Psychological Association and Canadian Counselling Association. She obtained her doctorate and master's degrees from the University of British Columbia (UBC).
Dr. Butterfield works with clients who are dealing with issues related to stress and anxiety, depression, life transitions, anger, grief, abuse, trauma, relationships, body image, self-esteem, job loss, career decisions, gender/sexual orientation, and family of origin.
She recognizes and respects each person's unique life experiences and environments and works collaboratively with clients to identify concerns, explore options, identify goals, and take appropriate actions.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Butterfield has been a researcher and taught counselling psychology courses at UBC, SFU, and the Adler School of Professional Psychology. For more information, please call +1 (604) 771-2967 or visit www.leebutterfield.com