Our Office Staff
Meet our whole team at Cariboo Chiropractic & Medical before you book your next appointment with us. We are happy to serve all of our patients in Williams Lake and Quesnel. Call us today to book a treatment with any of our practitioners.
Dr. Michael J. Bos
Born and raised in Williams Lake, Dr. Bos received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. He has enjoyed treating the residents of Williams Lake his entire career. Shortly after returning to Williams Lake in 2001, he met his wife, Allison, and Dr. Bos is a proud father of his daughter, Peyton. When he is not at the office, he will most likely be found with a scuba tank strapped to his back, on a ski hill, or on the water enjoying water sports with his family.
Nathan Walters, RMT
Hello, my name is Nathan Walters. I am a registered massage therapist that has been practicing for 9 years and been working here at the clinic since 2015. I was born and raised in Williams Lake. After high school I moved to Vernon to pursue my career. Nine years later my wife and I decided that Williams Lake would be a great place to raise our daughter. My family and I have just recently moved out to 150 Mile House, and I'm enjoying the outdoors in the area.
Dayna Stevens, RMT
Dayna graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon Saskatchewan, in 1985. She worked as both a Small Animal Veterinarian in her own hospital in Fort Langley, BC and later as a locum Veterinarian in central and northern BC. Dayna returned to formal education and completed a 3 year massage therapy program offered at the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in 2004. She returned home to the Cariboo and has worked as an RMT since graduation. When Dayna is not in her office she can be found trying to unravel the complex mysteries of both the Science and Magic of Mother Nature.
Jeannine Boitier, RMT
Jeannine graduated from the Okanagan Valley College of Massage Therapy in January 2018, and being raised in the community of Big Lake Ranch, moved back as soon as her schooling was complete. She has recently taken the Basic/Level 1 course for Dr. Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD), meaning she is certified to treat intact lymphatic systems in that method. And within the next two years she will further her MLD education, acquiring the skills to effectively treat more complex issues (an example of these being: restoring lymph flow after cancer treatment where lymph nodes were removed).
MLD is very light and rhythmical, perfect for decreasing and managing stress as well. It is also quite effective for sinus headaches, whiplash, insomnia, acne, sprains/strains, and much more.
Other techniques frequently used by Jeannine are: Trigger Point release, a very specific hold/pressure that targets tender knots within muscles. This can be a bit more painful depending on sensitivity of the trigger point, but this discomfort quickly subsides as the knot is released.
The other technique is again quite light to the touch, focusing on loosening the Fascial tissue which is superficial and between neighboring muscles. This requires holding the tissue for a while, giving the fascia time to let go of any restrictions.
Grace Koch, Office Manager
Grace moved to the Cariboo with her family in 1991. She began working with Dr. Bos in 2005 on a part-time basis. Once the clinic was moved to our current location, Grace came on full-time in the role as a Medical Office Assistant. In 2015 she became the Office Manager for the Williams Lake and Quesnel clinics. She and her husband enjoy the laid back lifestyle of the Cariboo and have appreciated being able to raise their three children here. In the cold of winter they enjoy some time in Mexico.