Dr. Kalynchuk was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He completed his pre-requisite classes and graduated from the University of Alberta in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Psychology. In 2009 he moved to California to attend Palmer College of Chiropractic West to pursue his dream of becoming a Chiropractor. It was on the Palmer hockey team that he met his future Associate Dr. Clayton Pilling. In 2012, Dr. Kalynchuk graduated as Salutatorian of his class, receiving the Presidential Scholar award for honors with distinction. He was also inducted into the Pi Tau Delta international Chiropractic honor society.
Dr. Kalynchuk loves treating patients of all walks of life but particularly enjoys athletes. As part of the Palmer West sports council, Dr. Kalynchuk had the opportunity to treat athletes all over California. Also while in California, he fell in love with golf and became certified by Titleist in the treatment of golfers. He is also skilled in Flexion-distraction, A.R.T., Graston Therapy and Kinesio taping. As a Teaching Assistant in the adjusting labs at Palmer West, Dr. Kalynchuk became proficient in many Chiropractic techniques such as Gonstead, Diversified, and Thompson Drop.
Outside of Chiropractic Dr. Kalynchuk loves being an athlete. He has played hockey since he was 8, and continues to do so. He enjoys escaping to the mountains to go hiking and snowboarding, or to the lake for camping and wakeboarding.
Family is also very important to Dr. Kalynchuk and was a huge factor in his move back to Edmonton. He enjoys competitive games of racquetball with his mother, and days spent at the drag racing track and restoring classic muscle cars with his father.