Dr Joseph Kelly


​Dr. Dan Muller was introduced to chiropractic care as a young, nationally ranked freestyle skier.  Injuries were common when learning complex, big air tricks and he found that regular chiropractic care was effective for both treating injuries and improving his performance. As a result of this positive experience and his desire to help others, Dr. Muller chose to pursue a career in chiropractic.

Dr. Muller studied biomechanics and kinesiology at the University of Calgary. He furthered his education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College graduating in 2010 as a Doctor of Chiropractic. He has practiced as a Chiropractor for the past nine years, gaining valuable experience in numerous practices across Canada. Dr. Muller is excited to provide chiropractic care, through the pilot project Impact @ Montgomery Chiropractic Plus, to individuals and families who face income barriers to accessing care. Dr. Muller is committed to working with these patients to improve their health.

Dr. Muller continues to ski and happily gave back to the sport for many years by working as a coach to young athletes. Most recently he has discovered even bigger air and taken up recreational ski diving. In his spare time he is working on his ratings for demonstration jumps and his tandem rating to introduce first time jumpers to his latest endeavour.

Dr Dan Muller


Dr. Erinn Oseen became a chiropractor because it changed her life.  Her first childhood memories are of migraine headaches.  They increased in intensity when she became a teenager and she developed the aura that sometimes goes along with them.  Those of you that have had migraine headaches will know that light, dark, noise, smells and foods can all be triggers and make you feel worse making it very hard to focus on what you are doing.  Dr. Oseen suffered with migraines for a number of years before she was introduced to chiropractic and after a year of regular chiropractic adjustments she has not had another one. This isn’t an unusual story for a chiropractor to tell.  Many chiropractors choose the profession for the profound effects it has had on their own wellbeing. 

Dr. Oseen graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in biology. Following her BSc. degree she attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario earning her Doctor of Chiropractic in 2000. Dr. Oseen worked in various clinics before joining practice with Dr. Kelly in early 2003.  Dr. Oseen enjoys helping patients with all sorts of conditions but is particularly interested in the pregnant mother and children.  She is Webster certified and has done the ICPA paediatric program.

Dr. Oseen and her husband have three very busy children all attending school in Calgary and participating in many extracurricular sports. Dr. Oseen is very active volunteering in the school as well as the community at large.  She enjoys spending time with her family travelling, gardening, exercising, cooking, working at the family farm and creating family history and photo books.    

Dr Erinn Oseen
Andrea Hryn


​Andrea started her career as a Chiropractic Assistant with Dr. Joseph Kelly at Bow Valley Chiropractic in December of 2000.  She joined Montgomery Chiropractic Plus in the Spring of 2013.  During her time as a Chiropractic Assistant she has witnessed the positive outcomes of Chiropractic care.  Andrea also receives regular chiropractic adjustments in addition to massage therapy.

Andrea has a Certificate for Travel from Mount Royal University.  Andrea loves to travel and spends a lot of time in Mexico.  During her free time she loves to attend the Theatre and is a fan of the Calgary Flames.


Dr. Kelly became a chiropractor because of a personal experience.  "I was 17 years old, playing junior hockey, when I sustained an injury. After being unsuccessfully treated elsewhere, I made an appointment to see a Chiropractor. The Chiropractor took the time to determine the cause of my leg and back pain. He clearly explained my injury, and then he successfully treated me."

Shortly thereafter, Dr. Kelly attended the University of Toronto for his undergraduate studies in pre-chiropractic sciences. He then attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, where he received the Dr. D.V. Hoskins Award for demonstrating clinical excellence. He completed his graduate studies in 1979.

Dr. Kelly's mission is to improve people's health through the services offered at Montgomery Chiropractic Plus. He stays current in the field of Chiropractic by attending numerous practice and technique seminars every year. He is proficient in Activator Methods, Chiropractic Biophysics, Cranial Adjusting and Low Tech Spinal Rehabilitation.

Dr. Kelly is a member of the College of Chiropractors of Alberta, the Canadian Chiropractic Association, and the Calgary Chiropractic Society. He has been a member of the Board of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, and has held numerous volunteer positions with the College of Chiropractors of Alberta. Dr. Kelly actively supports the Community of Montgomery/Bowness where his practice is located.

Dr. Kelly continues to play recreational hockey and stays fit by swimming, weight training and by practicing yoga. He truly lives the balanced lifestyle he promotes to his patients. Dr Kelly and his wife Connie enjoy traveling, skiing, golfing, biking and hiking.