After graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1977, Dr. Clark Mills and his wife, Debi, moved to Stony Plain to begin their journey owning and operating Shiloh Chiropractic. In that time, Dr. Mills’ key areas of interest have been in family wellness and the complex interactions of biological, psychological, and social factors in understanding health, illness, and health care delivery.
Outside of Shiloh, Dr. Mills focuses his time and energy on board governance, music, travel and spending time with his two children and six grandchildren.
Dr. Darryl Johnson graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in Sunnyvale, California in 1992 and began practicing at Shiloh Chiropractic not long after. Dr. Johnson prioritizes treating the whole person, going beyond the chiropractic adjustment and focusing on areas of diet considerations, exercise, stress management and encouraging a wellness approach to health rather than crisis care management. He believes in the promotion of health through prevention.
Outside of the Shiloh offices, Dr. Johnson is an avid hiker, camper and cyclist. Dr. Johnson lives in Parkland County with his wife, Cathy, and their two sons, Samuel and Zachary.
Dr. Chad Kulak has been practicing chiropractic since graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto in 1999. Born and raised in Stony Plain, Dr. Kulak is passionate about serving the community as a whole, whether it be young people dealing with sports injuries or seniors looking to remain active.
Dr. Kulak has two children, James and Victoria. In his spare time, Dr. Kulak can be spotted driving his kids all over the area, from hockey to ringette to cheerleading to lacrosse. He is also a huge Oilers fan, perhaps to his detriment.
Dr. Bob Langenhahn began practicing chiropractic after graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 1999. Since then, Dr. Langenhahn has committed his career to helping people regain mobility.
Outside of chiropractic, Dr. Langenhahn and his wife, Heather, enjoy travel and being the ultimate hockey parents. The Langenhahns have two children, Jack and Libby, both of whom play competitive hockey.
Shiloh Clinic is pleased to welcome Dr. Julia Heupel to our Team. Dr. Heupel is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. She obtained her undergrad Biology degree [BSc] from Concordia University in Edmonton and her Contemporary Medical Acupuncture certification was attained at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
Julia exhibits a passion for holistic patient-centered care and is available to consult with people of all ages. In addition to chiropractic care, Dr. Heupel will be available for acupuncture treatments. We are very enthusiastic about this latest addition to the Shiloh family!
Outside of clinic, Julia is an avid volleyball player. She loves exploring the great outdoors – especially the mountains. Dr. Heupel, her partner Andrew, and her new puppy Ellie are excited to be back home in Stony Plain.
Lara Mills graduated from East West College, Portland, OR in 2004 and has been practicing massage ever since. In the treatment room, Lara will work with you to address your individual needs, always with the intent to help you feel good in your body so you can move well. In addition to Swedish and deep tissue massage, she has training in fire cupping, pregnancy, myofascial, hot and cold stone therapy, ligament work, and Rapid Neurofascial Reset technique.
Lara lives in Stony Plain with one husband, two kids, one Persian cat, thousands of bees and Eddie, her Volkswagen adventure van. She enjoys good food, live music, supporting local artists, traveling and adores the Salish Sea in her home state of Washington.
She is a member of MTAA, NCBTMB and offers direct billing for insurance and MVA.
Since Debi Mills and her husband, Clark, moved to Stony Plain to start Shiloh Chiropractic Clinic together in 1977, Debi has remained an integral part of the Shiloh team in her role as Clinic Director. Suffice to say, the day-to-day operations of the clinic would be impossible without Debi’s guidance and leadership.
In her spare time, Debi enjoys travel, reading, gardening, cooking, and gathering friends and family around her dining table for fine food and fine conversation. Debi also serves extensively in the community, helping in her church and serving on professional boards. Debi and Clark have two adult children and six grandchildren who Debi takes great delight in.