“Rebound Sport and Spine is committed to evidence based, collaborative, patient-centered chiropractic care.” Dr. Mark Malowney, Doctor of Chiropractic, Owner – Rebound Sport and Spine Langley Chiropractor

Langley Chiropractor

At Rebound Sport and Spine, our goal is to provide the highest quality of collaborative chiropractic care. As our company name suggests, our Langley chiropractors, Dr. Mark Malowney, Dr. Mikaela Smart and Dr. Dusten Dalanyi understand sports and sports injuries. They work with athletes of all levels to promote safe, efficient injury recovery. While they are sports injury specialists, our chiropractic doctors are highly trained to assess and treat all types of neuromusculoskeletal (nerve, muscle, ligament, tendon, joint and bone) injuries and dysfunction, no matter the cause. From auto accidents to repetitive movement strains to surgery recovery, Dr. Mark, Dr. Mikaela and Dr. Dusten, along with their in-house team of professionals, can help you return to full function quickly and safely. If you are looking for a Langley Chiropractor, we’ve got your back (and the rest of your neuromusculoskeletal system, too)!

Chiropractic care, like any health profession, is continually evolving as new research and innovations come to light. Our Langley chiropractors believe strongly in continuous, life-long education. They regularly attend seminars, conferences, and online courses to ensure they remain at the forefront of chiropractic care. Delivery of the highest quality of care using proven diagnostic and treatment methodologies enables our chiropractors to help you recover faster and get moving again!

What does a Chiropractor do?

The short answer: Chiropractic care involves the examination, diagnosis, and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal injuries and dysfunction.

The plain English answer: If you sprained it, strained it, knocked it, pulled it, or it has just never felt right, come see a Chiropractor to help you relieve pain and find a solution suited for your individual need to help you feel better.

The long answer: “Chiropractic is a healing discipline firmly grounded in science. Although its main focus is the relationship between the skeleton (particularly the spine) and the nervous system that runs through it, chiropractic is concerned with the care of the entire body.” – BC Chiropractic Association

What can you expect at your first appointment?

1. Introductions and History: After introductions, your chiropractor will ask you to give a detailed history of your issue or injury, along with other relevant information. It is important to understand how the injury occurred, in addition what was injured, as this can give insight into the nature of the injury.

2. Physical and Neurological Exam: Next, the chiropractor will conduct a thorough physical examination of the injury site and any related areas. This may include assessments of your quality of movement, strength, range of motion, and alignment. Your chiropractic doctor will also look for neurological symptoms that could point to an injury involving your nerves. This could include some physical tests such as leaning your body to one side and then the other, checking your reflexes, moving your arms and legs, or squatting.

3. Diagnosis: After the examination is completed, your chiropractor will discuss their diagnosis (what they believe to be the cause of what is giving you pain or discomfort) with you.

4. Treatment Plan: After diagnosis, you and your chiropractor will collaboratively form a treatment plan, taking into account your individual recovery goals and lifestyle. A treatment plan includes the methods of treatment, the number of treatments, and the estimated recovery time.

5. Informed Consent and Treatment: Once you understand your treatment plan and feel comfortable moving forward, your chiropractor will explain the informed consent form with you and request your signature before you begin any treatments. Informed consent is about ensuring you are clear as to the diagnosis, treatment options and anticipated outcomes of the treatments. Your chiropractic doctor will perform the first treatment, which may consist of a chiropractic adjustment. Adjustments are generally performed on a chiropractic table, similar to a massage table.

6. Prevention Methods: How did you end up in this situation? Your chiropractic doctor will help you identify the underlying cause of your condition, whether it is from poor posture while studying, a repetitive strain injury from the workplace, or some other cause. Your chiropractor may recommend lifestyle changes and/or strength and movement exercises for you to complete at home between treatments, to aid in your recovery. You may be guided through these exercises in the office, to ensure you are familiar and confident with them. The goal is to get you well and keep you well.

7. Referral for Other Treatment: Based on the findings from your Chiropractic, they may also recommend trying additional therapies at Rebound or other healthcare providers to assist in a full recovery and to prevent future injuries.

Langley Sports Clinic

Dr. Mark Malowney, D.C., B.Sc., CSCS

Dr. Mark knows sports. From football to golf, he has done it all – with the injuries to prove it. Bouncing back from injury time and again, he became a chiropractor to help other athletes discover the importance of movement as medicine. Dr. Mark’s years of experience in sports medicine and concussion management enable him to skillfully diagnose difficult, elusive injuries and guide patients along the path to recovery. Above all, Dr. Mark is passionate about high quality, patient-centered care. He strongly believes that collaboration between doctor and patient, and doctor and other healthcare providers, is critical for successful healing. It is this belief in collaborative treatment that inspired Dr. Mark to launch Rebound Sport and Spine.


  • D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic), Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
  • B.Sc. Kinesiology, University of Victoria
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • Certification in Concussion Management, Complete Concussion Management

Dr. Mikaela Smart, D.C., B.Sc., B.Hk

Dr. Mikaela Smart recently graduated with her B.Sc. and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees from the University of Western States in 2023.

Growing up she competed as an elite distance runner for 15 years and ran for Trinity Western University in her undergraduate years while obtaining her Bachelors of Human Kinetics.

Throughout the years, Dr. Smart has spent a lot of time on the sidelines helping out with Rebound’s various affiliated sports teams, which is where she was inspired to become a Chiropractor.

Although she has an extensive background in working with athletes and sports related injuries, eventually she would like to specialize in women’s health.

She is looking forward to working at Rebound and helping to play a role in patient’s health journeys!


  • D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic), University of Western States
  • B.Sc. Human Biology, University of Western States
  • B.Hk, Trinity Western University
  • Certification in Concussion Management, Complete Concussion Management

Dr. Dusten Dalanyi, D.C., B.Hk

Dr. Dusten Dalanyi completed his undergraduate education at the University of Windsor in Ontario; where he attained a Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree (Honours Kinesiology – Movement Science), with a minor in Psychology in 2019. Upon completing his undergraduate degree, Dr. Dusten went on to attend Logan University in Missouri, USA and graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic with cum laude in 2023.

Dr. Dusten is certified in Titleist Performance Institution (TPI), Active Release Technique (ART), and Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). He utilizes these techniques along with Diversified Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT), and sport rehabilitation in his treatment approach.

Dr. Dusten grew up playing several sports, and like many others; found success through chiropractic care for his sport related injuries. This inspired him to pursue a career in chiropractic, as a way of helping others who may share a similar experience.

In his spare time, Dr. Dusten enjoys staying active and can often be found playing a round of golf. His hobbies also include hiking new trails, indoor and beach volleyball, biking, and travelling.


  • D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic), Logan University
  • B.Hk with specialization in Movement Science, University of Windsor
  • Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), Level 1
  • Active Release Technique (ART)
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)

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