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.

Dr. Mikaela Smart

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!

Dr. Dusten Dalanyi

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.

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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.

Andrew Pocrnic

Andrew graduated with his BA Honours in Kinesiology with a focus in sports psychology from the University of Western Ontario in 2023.

While attaining his Kinesiology degree, Andrew pursued a career in professional football where he signed with the BC Lions and then shortly after, played overseas in Germany.

While embarking on this multifaceted journey in the world of athletics and human movement, Andrew also spent time providing mentorship to the next generation of athletes through various roles such as coaching or providing first aid services. Through his involvement with sports and rehab he went on to obtain his BCAK (British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists) designation, as well as his CSEP-CPT certification allowing him to remain involved within his passion of providing support to those with athletic aspirations like the ones he once pursued. This passion has led him to work with various high school programs, high level hockey players, Junior football, and team BC football.

Alongside athletics, Andrew will extend his knowledge to the rehab setting by providing treatment and care to ICBC patients through a comprehensive approach focused on developing autonomy of oneself to aid individuals in leading a more active lifestyle free of pain.

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Emma Swanson

Emma recently graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with her Bachelor of Kinesiology with a specialization in exercise science. 

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 the field of Kinesiology. 

While obtaining her degree, Emma spent 5 years working in a variety of different rehab and fitness settings helping clients from all walks of life,  from Parkinson’s patients to the general population to athletes. Through this time, she has developed a passion for movement and rehabilitation, leading her to obtain her BCAK certification after graduating. 

Emma is excited to bring her passion for movement to Rebound and she hopes to help others achieve their goals!

Rafal Matuszewski

Movement is medicine. I firmly believe that many people who deal with pain can improve their quality of life by simply moving. There are fundamental patterns as humans we should be able to perform. But, in today’s world that we live in, we are set up for failure. Being able to squat, crawl, climb, lunge, push, pull, and of course lifting things off the floor are all movement qualities we used to possess, but quickly lose as we age and become inactive.

I train clients from the ground up. Build the fundamentals first, then challenge the system. The last 14 years of my career I’ve seen clients from all walks of life. Weight loss, strength, performance, rehabilitation, you name it. All have different goals and outcomes, but all follow the same training principles for building foundational movement patterns. As a trainer obsessed with helping others who suffer from painful movement, I bridge the gap between rehabilitation and performance. My ultimate goal is to have you moving and feeling better, faster so you can enjoy life and get back to activity.


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