Our Team

Langley Sports Clinic

Dr. Mark Malowney

Dr. Mark Malowney is the owner and founder of Rebound Sport and Spine. Growing up, he dreamed of a career as a professional athlete. He knows firsthand the devastating effects injuries can have on an individual’s personal and professional life. His unwavering commitment to personalized, evidence-based sports injury recovery excellence stems from his personal journey.  His passion is high-quality, patient-centered care. He strongly believes that collaboration between chiropractic doctors, patients, and other health providers is critical for successful healing. It is this belief that inspired Dr. Mark to launch Rebound Sport and Spine.

Dr. Mark earned his Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) with Clinic Honours from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2009. Additionally, he holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Kinesiology with distinction, from the University of Victoria and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  Dr. Mark is also certified in concussion management by Complete Concussion Management. Throughout his sports career, he experienced numerous concussions that severely affected him personally and professionally. It was through this experience that Dr. Mark realized the vast gaps that existed in concussion treatment and prevention knowledge.

From his passion for sports, Dr. Mark is directly involved with several local sports teams. He is proud to work with the Langley Rams Junior Football Club and the Langley Trappers Hockey team.  In addition to working with sports teams, Dr. Mark enjoys passing on his knowledge by mentoring practicum students from several universities.

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Dr. Cory Niedjalski

Dr. Cory Niedjalski aims to meet his patients’ individual goals and needs in an evidence-based manner armed with knowledge of current research. Dr. Cory strives to provide a personalized approach to all his patients to get them back to functioning best and he believes the best way to achieve this is a collaborative team approach involving himself, other healthcare practitioners, and most importantly, the patient.

Dr. Cory graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in North York, Ontario. Previous to this, he attended the University of the Fraser Valley where he completed 3 years in the Kinesiology program. 

While playing sports in his youth, Dr. Cory considered football to be his passion.  He began coaching football at the minor level in Langley at the age of 16 and later coached with the Langley Rams Junior Football Club from 2013 to 2017 before leaving for chiropractic college. While there, he continued his involvement in football as an athletic trainer working with several teams in the Greater Toronto Area and York Region. He now works as a team doctor with the Langley Rams Junior Football Club.

Dr. Cory treats a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries with specialty in back pain, neck pain and headaches.  In addition, he is trained in concussion management, (Complete Concussion Management), TMJ/jaw pain conditions, and lumbar spinal stenosis. He also takes a special interest in working with golfers and is Titleist Performance Institute (TPI Medical Practitioner Level 2) certified.

Langley Kinesiologist

Katy Clark

In 2016, Katy graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley. Over the years she has gained experience working with a wide variety of cases ranging from sports injuries to ICBC car accidents, to chronic pain disorders, and to strength and conditioning for athletes/general population.

From a young age, Katy developed a passion for health and fitness and found her niche playing lacrosse. She still continues to play in a women’s league for both box and field lacrosse. Katy also has a passion for cycling and participates in the Ride to Conquer Cancer every year.

When Katy isn’t working in the gym, you’ll probably find her at a rugby field as head trainer for Bayside Rugby Club. This is where she takes on all of their injuries, athletic taping, and soft tissue release. She has also worked as a trainer with other sports teams including the Vancouver Stealth National Lacrosse team, Langley Thunder’s Senior A lacrosse team, and the Maple Ridge Junior B Flames hockey team.

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you” is Katy’s training philosophy. Her passion is to help you reach your personal goals in a realistic way. If you are starting out as an athlete or someone who has never stepped foot in a gym she will always have your back building your confidence and guiding you every step along the way.

Langley Massage Therapist

Geoffrey Yee

Geoffrey’s background in sport and his passion for helping others with an athletic background has driven him to volunteer his time outside of clinic with many different organizations. His experience includes work with all types of athletes, ranging from Olympic level weightlifters to regular gym goers with various conditions.
Geoffrey has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2017. Prior to becoming registered, Geoffrey attended Douglas College’s Sports Science program.  At a young age, he has participated in many sports, ranging from minor hockey and football, all the way to competitive powerlifting and weightlifting. Geoffrey takes all of his past experiences and knowledge to the Massage program at CDI College, where he is a clinical instructor and educator.
While in RMT school, the focus of Geoffrey’s case study was treating athletes with chronic lower back pain. This study showed a reduction in anterior pelvic tilt, decrease in lower back pain, and the athlete was able to stay competitive throughout the entire study. Although his passion is getting athletes back to competition shape, he welcomes all patients with general ailments such as  headaches, muscle tension and restrictions in range of motion.
Geoff is certified in Rockblades, Rocktape’s Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) as well as Rocktape’s Kinesiology taping course. FMT, and FMT advanced
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Jordana Robinson

Jordana recently graduated with her Master’s of Physiotherapy from Leeds Beckett University. Growing up she competed as an elite level gymnast until an injury took her out of the sport. After spending the better part of 2 years in physiotherapy rehabbing the injury, she grew an interest for the profession due to the dedicated work of her physiotherapist.

Now almost 10 years later she was able to graduate from physiotherapy school during a pandemic to continue to pursue her 14 year old dreams. Jordana graduated from the University of Alberta in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. During that time she worked with her Universities varsity Women’s soccer team, and a minor midget AA local hockey team. Since graduating from her undergrad she also spent two seasons with the Langley Rams and worked as a Kinesiologist at two multidisciplinary clinics focusing primarily on ICBC clients.

Jordana is hoping to continue working in sports and helping athletes. She wants to be able to emphasize the importance of listening to and understanding their bodies and when it may be okay to push through an injury during season and when it may be better to take a break. She also wants to help with proper pre-season training to help prevent avoidable injuries. She would love to continue working to help ICBC clients heal after a car accident and the general population with any musculoskeletal injury they may have.

Langley Kinesiology

Emma Swanson

Emma is currently working on her Bachelor of Kinesiology with a specialization in exercise science at the University of the Fraser Valley. She has been with Rebound for the past 3 years in an administrative capacity, but is now taking her talents to the gym. 

Growing up, Emma danced competitively, and the field of exercise rehabilitation never crossed her mind until she found herself injured and itching to get back to dance. Through rehabbing multiple injuries over the years, she found a love for Kinesiology. 

She has spent the last 4 years working in a variety of different rehab and fitness settings helping all sorts of clients from Parkinson’s patients to athletes. Most recently, Emma has been a part of the training staff for the Langley Rams for the last 2 years, working with the athletes on the field and in the gym. 

Emma is excited to bring her passion for movement into the Rebound gym and she hopes to help others achieve their goals.


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