Dr. Riley Brydges serves as the newest chiropractor at Summit Sports and Health. He graduated from the University of Regina Kinesiology program majoring in Human Kinetics before completing his Doctorate of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2016.

Dr. Brydges’s treatment techniques include the application of soft tissue therapy, joint mobilizations, joint manipulation, and rehabilitative/preventative exercise. He uses his chiropractic approach to re-establish functional body mechanics, educate patients to reduce the risk of further injury, and prevent the re-occurrence of existing conditions. Dr. Brydges’s goal is to restore function in a safe and timely manner to get you back to your daily demands.

Dr. Riley Brydges, B.Kin,, D.C., D.Ac.

Dr. Wade Phillips, B.Sc.(Hons), D.C., D.Ac.

Clinic Director

Acupuncture Providers

Chiropractor
Medical Acupuncture Provider

Chiropractor
Medical Acupuncture Provider
Active Release Technique (ART) Provider

Dr. Wade Phillips serves as the clinic director at Summit, while also providing chiropractic and medical acupuncture services.  He is also certified in Active Release and Graston soft tissue techniques.  In 2007, he graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with an Honours degree in Physiology with High Honours.  He proceeded to attend and graduate from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2011 and established a successful practice in Toronto before relocating home to Saskatoon in 2015 to establish Summit Sports and Health. 


Dr. Phillips believes in an active approach to care, to identify and correct the underlying cause of each condition.  Treatment plans typically involve extensive soft tissue therapy and active rehabilitation exercise.  The goal of therapy is always to restore pain-free function and prevent reoccurrence.