Our wellness team has over 50 years of combined experience. We are ready to help you improve your health, recover from injuries and ailments, and be your best self. Our team specializes in helping people with all types of health and wellness concerns. Learn more about our practitioners and their areas of specialization below.
Dr. Brandon Grant
Dr. Brandon Grant grew up in Burnaby and completed his undergraduate at Douglas College. He went on to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Brandon Grant has taken many additional seminars including Applied Kinesiology. Dr. Grant enjoys furthering his education by taking a variety of seminars as well as keeping up with current medical literature. His clientele consists of general public as well as athletes of all varieties. Commonly seen patients are ones with generalized aches and pains, chronic issues that don’t respond to conventional therapy, Post Concussion Syndrome, and acute pain. Outside of work Dr. Grant enjoys remaining active by hiking, golf, hockey, weight training, travelling, cooking, reading and being with friends and family.
Dr. Kendyl Muz
Dr. Muz grew up in Alberta and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Alberta. She went on to complete her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Muz has taken many additional courses in Applied Kinesiology and utilizes this technique in her practice. She is also certified in the Webster technique and has taken courses in prenatal and postpartum health and pediatric chiropractic. Dr. Muz enjoys going to different seminars and continually expanding her knowledge in order to provide her patients with optimal and up to date care. She practices on the general population but specializes in prenatal and postpartum care in addition to pediatric care. Her passion for all things pregnancy and baby began when she became a mother herself in 2016, and since then she has taken additional training in working with these populations. She is currently taking postpartum doula training. When she is not at work, Dr. Muz enjoys an active lifestyle with her husband, Dr. Brandon Grant, their two daughters, Everly and Emersyn, and their dog Tucker. She enjoys going on walks with her family, working out, cooking (and eating), binge watching TV shows, listening to podcasts on birth and babies/kids, traveling, baking, knitting and spending time with family.
Dr. Don Grant - RETIRED
Dr. Grant grew up in Vancouver and took his post secondary education at Simon Fraser University. He moved to Toronto with his young family to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He graduated in 1988 and enjoyed a busy practice in Burnaby for many years before moving his practice to Port Moody. Dr. Grant’s patients have included many professional athletes such as NHL players, Iron Man athletes, professional snowboarders, ultra marathoners and Olympians. Within the hockey community he has been dealing with concussions for over 20 years. Dr. Grant is an active member of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and utilizes this technique in his practice. He continues his eductation on a consistent basis by taking different seminars and courses. Please note Dr. Grant is not accepting new patients and is not available to be booked online. Please call or email for an appointment.
Registered Massage Therapist
Evan graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy’s 3000 hour program. Growing up in the tri-cities Evan spent most of his time playing sports such as hockey, baseball and golf. Along with these he found a passion for an active and healthy lifestyle, leading him into massage therapy. As a therapist, he is determined to help others strive towards health and performance in their daily lives. Through various manual therapy techniques, remedial exercises and educating clients on their bodies, he can help further avoid injuries and imbalances.
Registered Massage Therapist
Emma recently graduated from the intense massage therapy program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. She grew up in the tri-cities, spending most of her time Highland Dancing and exploring the beautiful outdoors. Emma uses many therapy techniques such as fascial work, deep tissue massage, low grade joint mobilization’s and general swedish massage. She is looking forward to meeting you all!
Registered Massage Therapist
Janelle grew up in Burnaby and completed her undergraduate studies at Simon Fraser University and Thompson River University with a Bachelor of Health Science Degree. Janelle then graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy’s 3000-hour program in 2012 and is in good standings with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. Janelle provides a lighter approach to treatment using modalities such as Swedish massage, Myofascial release therapy, Trigger point release therapy and lymphatic drainage. Janelle no longer provides deep tissue treatment and her focus is on women’s health. Janelle believes in an integrative and holistic approach to health and wellness. For over 10 years, Janelle has worked closely with the team of doctors at Coastal Wellness Center. Her practice within interdisciplinary clinics allows for collaborative & comprehensive treatments to achieve patient health goals. Janelle was inspired to become a massage therapist through her passion for helping others. She believes massage therapy is an integral part of injury prevention, rehabilitation and overall health. Janelle’s greatest joy in life is being a mom and spending time with her family. She loves traveling and believes in the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
Simran recently graduated from the very challenging program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. He grew up playing many different sports such as Hockey, Cricket and Soccer and he had to overcome a few intense injuries because of this. Simran has had a first hand experience of the effects of massage therapy and has an immense passion for helping others. During his time at WCCMT, he had the opportunity to work with a wide range of patients. He was able to help treat sports injuries, as well as neurological pathologies. This has helped him learn to treat his patients with the entire body in mind. He believes that there are many benefits of a collaborative approach with other healthcare practitioners to achieve optimal results. Simran uses a variety of techniques including: General Swedish Massage, myofascial work, trigger point release, as well as prolonged stretching. All of these techniques will help fulfill his patients goals