Albert Street Chiropractic Clinic

About Us

Albert Street Chiropractic Clinic (A.S.C.C.) has been a family-run practice located at 2155 Albert Street since 1974. A.S.C.C. and its practitioners offer an evidence-based approach to diverse musculoskeletal injuries occurring in sports and daily life. We work closely with specialists, medical doctors, physiotherapists and massage therapists to deliver the most accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan for our patients.

Dr. Denise Lees


Dr. Denise Lees attended the University of Saskatchewan for her undergraduate classes. She is a 1991 graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She has a family-based practise mainly in diversified technique.

She has been heavily involved in sports throughout her life, both as a player and then as a parent, which included coaching and managing teams. She served on the Q.C. soccer board for approximately eight years. She has worked with athletes mainly from soccer and basketball, where her two daughters have played at the university level.

Dr. Lees prefers anything outdoors- cottage life, hiking, biking, walking and also yoga and reading.

Dr. Joseph P. Matz

B.Sc., D.C.

Dr. Joseph Matz received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1998. He also holds a degree in Human Biology which he majored in nutrition. Dr. Matz utilizes several chiropractic techniques including Diversified, Activator and Drop Piece. He also prescribes custom made orthotics and provides nutritional counselling. Dr. Matz has volunteered for several different groups including high school football, track and field events, wrestling and judo tournaments and classroom speaking. Dr. Matz lives in Regina with his wife Kyla and their children Hannah and Emmett.





Mackenzie Acton is a dedicated Registered Massage Therapist who graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy. Mackenzie creates personalized assessment-based treatments for each individual client. She finds passion not only in helping her clients recover from injuries, but also providing preventative care to avoid further injuries and repetitive strains. She knows the importance of listening to each client and works towards helping them achieve their desired outcomes or goals.

Mackenzie enjoys working with many different musculoskeletal issues, including postural dysfunctions, low back and neck pain, plantar fasciitis, and many more. She specializes in deep tissue massage, soft tissue release, sports massage and will soon be taking a cupping course.

After going back to school as an adult, Mackenzie was fascinated learning about the human body and its ability to heal itself. She hopes to continue to help people heal whether from physical injuries or the everyday stresses of life. During her free time, she is a single mother to her three year old son, who keeps her on her toes. She is an animal lover and enjoys working out and anything outdoors or at the beach.

Mackenzie looks forward to meeting new clients and continuing her career as an Registered Massage Therapist, for many years to come. 


Dr. Matthew J. Zylak

B.Sc., D.C.

Dr. Matthew Zylak is a 2013 graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University. He attended undergraduate programs at the University of Western Ontario (London, ON) and the University of Regina before completing his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees in Minnesota.

Dr. Zylak’s approach to patient care focuses on creating proper motion of the spinal segments, pelvis, and extremities, his continuing education seminars and chiropractic research interests include: headaches, acute and chronic low back pain, orthopedics, sciatica and functional medicine.

He has been involved in a number of organizations that focus specifically on men’s health and education including the MOvember Foundation for awareness and education of prostate and testicular cancers and mental health, LIVEStrong, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation. He is also an active member of the Canadian Progress Club and chairman of the Gala of Hope Fundraiser.



Christina is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and non-judgmental environment for her patients to relax and heal.  Christina is passionate about empowering patients through education and collaboration to help them in their journey to recovery.  She is inspired by seeing improvements in the well-being of her patients.

Christina enjoys working with a wide spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries and concerns including but not limited to whiplash, postural dysfunctions, repetitive strain injuries, headaches, TMJ, nerve entrapment, and anxiety and stress management.

Appointments include discussion and assessment to identify immediate and long term healthcare goals.  She believes that each patient has a unique presentation and requires a personalized treatment plan to meet their health concerns, as well as identify and address the root cause.  Christina emphasizes the importance of communication during each treatment process to ensure that her patients leave satisfied and have greater confidence in their health and rehabilitation.  

Christina graduated top of her class at Western College of Remedial Massage Therapy in Regina.  She is committed to continuous learning and expanding her skills and knowledge to provide the best treatment possible.