Doctors & Staff

Dr. Gordon Hasick

NUCCA Chiropractor/Producer/Facilitator

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Dr. Hasick graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in March 1980 and has been in private practice in Calgary since June 1980. Dr. Hasick became a board-certified instructor for the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association in 1989 and continues to teach on a regular basis. He was Chief Chiropractic Officer for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary and team Chiropractor for Team Canada Men’s National Volleyball Team. In 1991 he was awarded a Fellowship by Palmer College of Chiropractic inducting him into the Palmer Academy of Chiropractic.

Dr. Hasick is currently involved with the Phase Contrast Migraine Headache research project that is a collaboration with The Britannia Clinic, The University of Calgary and the Calgary Headache Assessment & Management Program (CHAMP) at the Foothills Hospital with Dr. Werner Becker ( Neurologist); Dr. Noam Alperin at the University of Florida (Miami) and Dr. Charles Woodfield with the Upper Cervical Research Foundation (UCRF).

Dr. Hasick is the founder and president of the Dr. Ralph R. Gregory Memorial Foundation (Canada) as well as serves on the NUCCA and UCRF boards.

In 1993, Dr. Hasick created the company C-1 Film® Productions Corp. to produce and promote educational programs for television. “There is a need for educational films that are dedicated to helping people help themselves. These programs needed a realistic and practical perspective. The subject matter created for these films and products is from the lived experience. The authentic content is what is helpful for other people to learn from. We can often relate to someone that has gone through similar struggles, or simply has similar questions. We find this can provide comfort and guidance to understand and cope with the stresses of daily living.”

As part of his educational experiences, Dr. Hasick was hired as part of a team that designed and facilitated a week-long leadership development program at the Banff Centre. The Building Personal Leadership program continues to run at the Banff Centre and some of the course material created for this program is used in the clinic today.

Dr. Hasick appreciates the opportunity to be actively involved in practice today along with the research and educational interests for doctors, patients and the public. His goals are simply to help people improve the quality of their lives through Upper Cervical Health Care, self -care education, and complementary and integrated health care wherever needed.


Dr. Janet Major


Dr. Major has relocated her practice. 
Effective November 3, 2016 she will be located at:
Pure Health Chiropractic  
1711 4 St. SW, Calgary, AB T2S 1V8     
Ph: (403) 273-7573

Her hours there are Mondays and Thursdays from 11:00am to 5:00pm

Dr. Janet Major graduated from Palmer-West in 1987. She practices a variety of low force techniques. These include manual adjustments to the spine, and/or activator style adjusting as needed or preferred by the patient.  Soft tissue release techniques, extremity adjusting and taping are also part of Dr. Major’s practice. Her recommendations may include nutritional support when warranted.

As a mother of young children, Dr. Major sees firsthand the benefits of low force techniques on treating children and the continuing health benefits of maintaining spinal and body balance.



Executive Assistant to Dr. Hasick/Office Manager

Kathy is originally from Ontario and received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto in 1993. She has been an integral part of the Britannia Clinic team since 2009 and has over 18 years experience working in the field of chiropractic. Since learning about NUCCA and witnessing its many benefits, she has developed a passion for supporting upper cervical health care.

In addition to managing the daily operations of the clinic, Kathy is actively involved in furthering NUCCA research and education with Dr. Hasick.  She acted as study co-ordinator for the Calgary PC MRI Migraine Study, sits on the board of The Ralph R. Gregory Memorial Foundation Canada and is a member of the Editorial Committee for The Upper Cervical Monograph.

In her spare time Kathy enjoys running, cycling and yoga and has a commitment to lifelong learning.



Chiropractic Office Assistant

Marina is originally from British Columbia, and is working on obtaining her Athletic Therapy degree from Mount Royal University.  Currently in her fourth year, she plans to eventually pursue a Masters in Physiotherapy at Queens University.  She joined The Britannia Clinic in April 2015 and has developed an interest in the physiological effects that the NUCCA correction and full-spine chiropractic have on the human body.

In her spare time she volunteers with wheelchair basketball and enjoys running and having an active lifestyle.  She can often be found in the local cinema and attends both the annual Calgary International Film Festival and Calgary Comic Expo every year.