At Edgemont Chiropractic, we believe that by empowering our patients with up-to-date knowledge and evidence informed treatment, our patients can improve the quality of their lives. With our 40 years of experience treating patients with back pain, neck pain and other musculoskeletal conditions (shoulders, hips, headaches, etc.) we can give our patients the help and tools they need to feel better, keep healthy, stay mobile and age well. Our office is a welcoming, friendly, inclusive and respect-based clinic.


David Olson D.C.

Dr. David Olson is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1980. Throughout his career, he has been active in the profession and served on the Board of Governors of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and served on the Board of Directors of the College of Chiropractors of British Columbia, the regulatory board for profession in BC.

He has participated in research at the Vancouver General Hospital Spine Clinic and has received numerous professional awards for service from the Canadian Chiropractic Association, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and the BC Chiropractic Association and the College of Chiropractors of BC.

He has practiced in Edgemont Village in North Vancouver for over 36 years.

Dr. Andrew Caroon, D.C., MSc, BSc

Dr. Andrew Caroon received his Doctor of Chiropractic and Masters of Sports Medicine from the University of Western States, Portland, OR, in 2016. He is committed to giving his patients the holistic, individual attention they deserve to help them achieve their fitness and health goals. He has extensive additional training including taping, soft tissue, rehabilitation and adult fitness program trainer certifications.

Dr. Caroon has provided chiropractic and sports medicine expertise to many sports organizations and athletic events as a volunteer. He also has taught human anatomy, physiology, and arthrology in the RMT program at the College level.

Christine Beere, BHK, RMT

Christine holds a degree in Human Kinetics specializing in Exercise Physiology from the University of British Columbia (1995) as well as a Massage Therapy Diploma from WCCMT. Christine uses unique techniques to facilitate the body’s return to its natural state of balance. These tools include Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Manual Tissue Manipulation, Sports Massage, Active Release, Lymphatic Drainage, Joint Mobilizations, Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral, Therapist Assisted Stretching, Therapeutic Exercises and Hydrotherapy.

Christine uses an integrated approach including massage therapy, chiropractic and other body-balancing philosophies. She believes this is essential to one’s wellness routine in order to maintain fitness levels and also to prevent injuries before they happen.

Sheila Hamilton, RN, BCRPA, NSCA-CPT Certified Personal Trainer

Sheila Hamilton is our fitness, strength and conditioning coach and advisor. Sheila’s passion for maintaining current fitness knowledge, her many levels of certification and her background as a registered nurse provide the foundation for fitness programs that achieve results. After you get the relief you’re looking for, we can also help and advise you on how to achieve your fitness goals at home or in the gym without causing re-injuries and repeat visits to our clinic.