Dr. Ryan Carter, Chiropractor

Graduated from Western States Chiropractic College (now University of Western States) in 1995 and returned to Calgary to join his father, Dr. Ronald Carter, in practice.  In 1997, Dr. Carter opened WestHills Chiropractic Clinic in the SW of Calgary and continued to work with his father for many years. 


After graduation,  Dr. Carter has continued to take several educational programs to enhance the level of care provided to patients.    Served the community and the chiropractic profession by sitting on several local, provincial, and national boards. 


In retrospect, people can look back at their life and can pin point decisions that determined their futures.  When asked, "what made you want to be a chiropractor??" the simple answer is "because it is all I have ever wanted to do".  Now over 20 years into it," I love it more I could ever imagine.  Every day is exciting, every patient is different, and being able to have a positive impact on so many people's lives is so rewarding". 


His approach to chiropractic is simple, do everything you can for a patient and treat them like a member of your family. 


When not at work, he enjoy spending quality time with the family, coaching the kids activities, working out, and golfing.



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Payten is a graduate of Mount Royal University 2200 hour RMT program.  Her mission is to provide a therapeutic and professional approach when treating her clients.  Payten has been active in sports for years, dance in particular which makes her passionate about working with rehabilitation of injuries.  She can also include dynamic cupping into her treatments to help with pain management.  While her focus in on pain and rehabiliation of injury, she also can dial it back and offer you an excellent relaxation massage, if you want to let go of some stress or just want to be pampered. 


Payten Radesic, Massage Therapist 


Lori has been with our office for 20 years and is hands down, the most cheerful person you will ever meet.  She goes above and beyond for every patient, getting their appointments booked, billing their insurance, managing their insurance coverages. 


If you have met Lori, then you know what I am talking about.  If you haven't, you should. 

Lori, Office Assistant

Cooper, a mini labradoodle,  joined the office in 2018 and quickly become a patient favorite.  Often times he will come out and jump up beside you for a little visit, he may even bring you a toy to play with but occasionally he prefers to keep sleeping on the job. 


If you are not careful, he will stick his nose into your jacket pocket or purse looking for goodies. 


Cooper, Office Greeter and Mascot