DR. BLAKE RUSCHEINSKI, BSC, BKIN, DC
For Dr. Blake Ruscheinski, the decision to pursue a Chiropractic degree happened naturally. As an active child and teenager, Blake experienced injuries often and sought treatments to help him recover quickly and get back to the sports and activities he loved.
Always taking a scientific approach, Dr. Blake approached his education with a keen interest in movement and function. He received a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley, before moving on to pursue two simultaneous degrees, a Bachelor of Human Biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic, from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon where he graduated Summa Cum Laude.
In 2014, Dr. Blake Ruscheinski had the opportunity to practice chiropractic treatments in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. During his time abroad, he worked with nearly 1,000 patients. This experience highlighted the value of building relationships with clients and understanding each client’s health and wellness goals to provide treatment plans that best meet individual needs. In addition to his commitment to open communication, Dr. Blake is recognized for his hard work, integrity, and leadership.
When Dr. Blake and his wife Sasha welcomed their sons Lincoln (2013), Britton (2016), and their daughter Presley (2018), they experienced the remarkable benefits of chiropractic for pregnant women and children. This inspired Dr. Blake to become Webster Technique Certified to better treat his pregnant clients.
Dr. Blake takes a comprehensive approach to helping clients achieve whole-body wellbeing through a combination of manual adjustments, exercise routines, personal education and nutrition.
Dr. Blake takes a comprehensive approach to helping clients achieve whole-body wellbeing through a combination of manual adjustments, exercise routines, personal education and nutrition. He enjoys helping clients of ages to achieve their optimal physical health.
Find out how Dr. Blake can help you move better.
for chronic injuries, shoulder and foot pain.
to help manage labour pain and prepare the body for birth and recovery.
to help ensure proper spine development and even support jaw movement and latching.