Dr. Mylène Hopf
Dr. Mylène Hopf has dedicated her career to helping people live a long, active, and energetic lifestyle free of pain. After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Life Chiropractic College West in Northern California, Dr. Hopf returned to her hometown to join the Vital Posture™ Clinic in 2010.
Dr. Hopf is extremely committed to providing the highest quality care and continually furthers her education and knowledge to ensure her patients receive the best service and care possible. Dr. Hopf has ongoing involvement with the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association (NUCCA), a graduate certificate in Pain Management from the University of Alberta, is currently completing a 3-year Diplomate in Upper Cervical Procedures, and is actively engaged with both the Alberta and Saskatchewan Chiropractic Associations. She is also very passionate about concussion management and awareness and is working towards providing appropriate training and education to other health care providers, sports associations, trainers, coaches, and teachers to help control the high prevalence of this potentially devastating injury.
As well as providing high-quality care to her Calgary-based patients, Dr. Hopf also operates a satellite clinic in Regina to help her Saskatchewan patients obtain easier access to NUCCA care.
In her spare time Mylène enjoys hiking, playing volleyball, and has taken a recent interest in horseback riding. You can also find her dabbling in triathlon training or taking nice long runs along the Bow River.
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