Dr. Cheyenne Hok grew up in rural Alberta and was actively involved in her community through her participation in various basketball leagues, 4-H and rodeo. It was through her involvement in sports and rodeo that led her down her first career path as a Certified Athletic Therapist. Dr. Cheyenne graduated from the University of Calgary in 2012 with a Bachelor of Kinesiology in Athletic Therapy and an Advanced Certificate in Athletic Therapy from Mount Royal University. She then became a member of the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team; working at different rodeos throughout the summer months providing care to the rodeo athletes. For the next few years, she worked in multidisciplinary health care clinics and with a variety of different sports teams as an Athletic Therapist. It was her education in health and wellness and passion for helping athletes that then led her towards Chiropractic. She wanted to help people at that next level; to further understand the depths of the human body, and to provide a higher caliber of treatment to her patients.
In 2018 Dr. Cheyenne graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California with Magna Cum Laude honours.
Dr. Cheyenne has a holistic, head-to-toe approach, treating each individual for their specific needs. She focuses on finding the cause of pain and injury, not just treating the symptoms. Cheyenne believes movement is the key to life and incorporates movement assessment and corrective exercises into her treatments. Her main goal is to get her clients moving without pain and restriction, the way their body was designed.
Depending on the client‘s needs, she utilizes a variety of different therapeutic techniques and adjustment styles. Including but not limited to: Diversified adjustments, extremity adjusting, Thompson “drop-table” technique, Activator technique (if requested by the patient), myofascial cupping, and supportive athletic taping. Cheyenne is also a certified in Active Release Technique ® Graston Technique ®, RockTape Functional Movement Technique (Kinesio-taping), Webster technique, and Class IV Laser therapy.
When Dr. Cheyenne isn’t in the clinic, she enjoys working out in the field providing sports medicine coverage at local events. Currently, she is affiliated with SportMedBC, BC Rugby, the Canadian Pro Rodeo Sports Medicine Team and the Canadian Sport School Hockey League.
She loves spending her time skiing at SilverStar, hiking and exploring with her blue-heeler Hayes, biking the Okanagan Rail Trail, wake surfing, attempting to golf, and touring the local wineries. She can’t wait to start riding horses and competing again and would love to take the equine chiropractic program in the future.