Meet The Team


Dr. Simpson Leung


I was first introduced to chiropractic care in the summer of 1996. My mother suffered severe whiplash and neurological problems resulting from a traumatic motor vehicle accident.  A drunk driver had run a stop sign, hitting her on the passenger side.  By accompanying my mother as a translator and interacting with her Chiropractor, I was exposed to the importance of spine and nervous system health on a person’s quality of life.  During many months of rehabilitation, chiropractic care was integral to the improvements made to my mother’s overall health.  Her neck pain and headaches lessened; the pain and numbness in her arms and hands improved; all of which lessened her dependency on the harmful drugs prescribed by her doctors.  It was this experience with my family that changed my professional trajectorial pursuit of becoming a dentist to that as a chiropractor.  I had developed a deep desire to provide care for people who suffered in pain like my mother, without the use of drugs or surgery.

I finished my undergraduate studies at the University of Alberta and continued my graduate studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic West graduating with high honors.  As a result of my personal experience with my family regarding car accidents, I completed special studies at the Spine Institute in San Diego, CA on Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology.

Over many years of professional practice which now spans 2 decades, I have developed a keen interest in incorporating technological advances in pain management with traditional chiropractic care.  Being on the forefront of the most cutting-edge technologies has become the focus of my desire; and being able to offer these treatments for patients who suffer from acute to chronic pain has become my passion.

Abbotsford has been my home since 2003 and I enjoy living and serving in the Fraser Valley with my beautiful wife Marissa, my son Jacob and daughter Zoey.  This wonderful community has given me much and has enabled me to fulfill my goal and vision of building a modern, fully equipped Chiropractic clinic. I feel extremely blessed to have the privilege of giving back to its diverse people by providing quality, effective evidence-based Chiropractic and Medical care.

Dr. Pamela Bolla


I am an Abbotsford local, born and raised in this beautiful city. I completed my undergraduate studies in Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley and continued my graduate studies at Palmer College of Chiropractic in San Jose, California. My passion for sport led me to my first involvement with chiropractic. While looking for options to alleviate my injuries, I found a chiropractor and got started on my recovery. I was so impressed with how drastically I was seeing improvement in my rehab, I wanted to learn more about this profession. What I learned blew my expectations out of the water! I was surprised to see a waiting room that wasn’t full of just athletes, but of people from all walks of life. I saw people looking happy and healthy after seeing them carefully maneuver into a treatment room. This created a desire to not just look at chiropractic, but to dive into what chiropractic really is. The more I learned, the more I fell in love with the profession. It didn’t take long before I knew this was what I wanted to do.

Today, my purpose is to help people live their best life by restoring optimal movement and function. As a chiropractor, I use evidence based techniques to find the root cause of a problem and focus on preventative care to minimize future injury. I encourage my patients to take on an active role in their treatment and recovery by explaining to them their diagnosis and going through the treatment protocol.  Treatments are specifically tailored to meet each patient’s needs ensuring they receive the correct approach and receive results that work best for them.

Abbotsford has become the backdrop to my life as my husband, Matt and I raise our family.  I love serving the community that raised me and I look forward to building new relationships in this beautiful ‘City in the Country.’

Neil Lamont

Registered Massage Therapist

As a former high-level athlete, I had personal experience with various injuries which furthered my understanding of the recovery and rehabilitation process. Cascadia Chiropractic in Abbotsford played an integral part in the recovery of my sports injuries. Dr. Leung worked closely with me during the rehabilitation process to ensure health goals were met. Whether the injury be from hockey, football or rugby, the knowledge and patience he had to explain the condition to me and what I could do and expect was crucial to my recovery and gave me the confidence to return to playing at a high-level. Through these experiences, I developed a desire to help others with similar injuries and concerns.

I looked into massage therapy as a way I could help people recover, not only from sports injuries, but from the day-to-day stress we put on our bodies. I graduated from CDI College with a diploma in Massage Therapy in 2021. Now, as a Registered Massage Therapist, I am grateful to work with patients toward their wellness goals. I have found that utilizing a combination of deep tissue techniques, trigger point release, myofascial manipulation, patient education and homecare is crucial to understanding and treating an individual’s concerns. I look forward to the opportunity to serve the community I grew up in.

Karissa Rowe

Registered Massage Therapist

I was a university student living in Abbotsford when an injury caused painful, constant muscle spasms that limited my ability to do my everyday activities for over 2 weeks. I went to see the campus doctor, who confirmed there was a problem. He said the best he could do was give me T3s for pain management and then recommended I see a massage therapist. His honesty was refreshing, but I left disappointed and still in pain.

I was able to see an RMT about 1 week later. During the second treatment, she tried a specific technique and I felt the muscles suddenly relax, providing a flood of relief. My life went back to normal in an instant. I finished my university degree and pursued a career with non-profits, growing the portfolios and budgets of a few amazing charities for over a decade.

As time went on, I became interested in a career change that would provide the opportunity for front-line service in a helping profession.

I looked into several career paths during that three-year period of my life and I continued to come back to massage therapy, feeling drawn to the website of one school in particular, over and over again. I finally applied and was accepted.

When I started massage therapy school in January 2021, the world was a very different place. The pandemic limited human contact of all types, including therapeutic. Six of the seven local RMT training schools had shut down for a time, with only the one I happened to choose making the rapid changes that allowed them to keep running throughout the entire pandemic. As the world began to move away from lockdowns, the waitlists to see an RMT skyrocketed. Out of curiosity, I called several clinics in different cities and discovered that some municipalities had such a shortage of RMTs that new patients were told that it would be 6 months before they could be matched with a massage therapist. I couldn’t imagine what would have happened if my college-days injury had occurred a decade later and my life had to be put on hold for 6 months.

As I look to the future, I am thankful to have the opportunity to be involved in a career where I can make a difference right here, in my own community.

Jeannine Yuen

Registered Massage Therapist

I was a high-performance athlete in judo and am currently competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Being a high-performance athlete and an accident-prone child made me learn about many different modalities to heal injuries as a child. I found that the combination of all modalities was the best approach to healing and thus started my journey with RMT’s.

Although I was always doing sports growing up, I chose a different career path outside of the health sciences, Engineering. I worked as a Civil Engineer in Land Development for 10 years before realizing my true calling was to help people, more specifically with rehabbing injuries. With my analytical side, I always want to solve the root of the problem. If something isn’t moving the “proper” way, I want to know why and am always eager to help alleviate pain and get you back to what you love to do.

Jong Hwan (John) Kim


I was born in Korea and often had health issues growing up. After finishing college, I had an opportunity to travel to Uzbekistan with a non-profit organization called Food for the Hungry International and worked with children with disabilities for five years. Since hospitals were so far from where I would stay, I was recommended to learn Koryo Hand Acupuncture techniques for various conditions, such as stomach issues and muscle pains, so I did. In Uzbekistan, I used the Hand Acupuncture techniques frequently and was amazed at its effectiveness and wondered how it works. I began to develop a desire to learn Traditional Chinese Medicine. I have always wanted to help other people, and learning how to use TCM would be a great idea. After my time in Uzbekistan, I came to Canada and was finally able to pursue my dream of TCM.

I have completed the 5-Year Doctor of TCM program at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver and practiced in Vancouver Downtown, Surrey and Langley for the last five years as a Registered Acupuncturist and herbalist.

I have trained in modern techniques such as electro, scalp, ear, trigger-point and motor-point acupuncture and traditional techniques, including Balance and Master Tung Acupuncture. I also practice Cupping (Myofascial Decompression), Gua Sha (Myofascial Scraping) and Tuina (Acupressure and soft tissue release) for better results. I have a special interest and experience in aligning emotional and physical balance to bring holistic health to your life. I am looking forward to building new relationships in Abbotsford, where my home is now.


Robin Rumsby

Director of Clinic Operations

I’ve been a part of Cascadia since 2014 and am proud to be a part of what we do here. I love talking to potential new patients and informing them of what they can expect from us. I love meeting new patients on their first visit, knowing that whatever brought them here to begin with, is going to improve. I love the look on the face of patients as they recover from injuries, learn and understand the importance of committing to their ongoing care and, as a result, become a part of our Cascadia family.

I love our team and the family away from home we’ve created. I work with some of the most wonderful people you will ever meet and am grateful for each one of them. I wouldn’t want to be doing this with anyone else!

Abbotsford has been home to me since 1997 and I’m glad this is where my husband and I choose to raise our family. When not at work, I spend as much time with my family and friends as possible. With the “empty nest” just a few years away, I make the most of anytime I have with my girls while they are still home with us and enjoy every moment with our son when he comes home to visit!

Alexis Whitehouse

Chiropractic Assistant

I have been a part of the Cascadia team since 2013. I love interacting with our patients and cracking jokes, no pun intended. Being a part of the Cascadia team and helping our patients has been a joy and a home away from home and it is so great seeing patients accelerate their life through our office’s care.

I’ve called Abbotsford home for many years now raising my 2 energetic boys with my husband and our dog Chester. When away from work I enjoy spending time with family, friends, watching movies, being creative whatever that may be, and trying new things.

Ariana Cornelius

Chiropractic Assistant

I have been a part of the Cascadia team since May 2021. I am definitely a people person so I enjoy the aspect of connecting with new and familiar patients on a daily basis. It is such a privilege to journey with people and know that the experiences they have with us here will bring them closer to their ideal outcome and optimal health. I am glad that I get to be a part of a team that cares so well for each person! My education and Bachelors Degree in Counselling has taught me much about people and the concepts of holistic health – this is a huge value we hold at Cascadia as we help assist patients in their own active recovery process.

I look forward to meeting you and helping support you on your journey as best as I can.

Jaden Goertz

Chiropractic Assistant

I joined the team at Cascadia in December 2022. I have loved working with such an amazing team and meeting so many new and wonderful people. I have learned so much since starting at Cascadia and I learn more every day. Interacting with patients and creating connections with them is one of the best parts of working at Cascadia.

I was born and raised in Abbotsford, and I absolutely love this beautiful city. When I am not at work, I enjoy reading, exploring nature, and spending time with family and friends.

Julia Plastow

Chiropractic Assistant

I joined the Cascadia team in June of this year. I love meeting new people and thoroughly enjoy getting to know patients and seeing the improvements that receiving their care provides. Working with such a terrific team in the warm and welcoming environment that Cascadia provides has me looking forward to coming to work every day!

I was born in Abbotsford and living here my whole life, I have come to greatly appreciate the outdoors, specifically the mountains that surround us. In my free time, I enjoy exploring what the Fraser Valley has to offer with my friends, horseback riding, and spending time with my dog.

Shane Savinkoff

Principal Director of Technology

My name is Shane and I have been working with the Cascadia team since 2008. I was born in Burnaby and grew up in Surrey and Langley. I have been working with computer consultation and Information Technology for 27 years. My job in the office is to keep all the technology running smoothly so that the team is able to make your visit a smooth problem-free experience.

I have lived in Abbotsford for 5 years. When I am not working I am spending time at home with my wife and children.