Dr. Vanda attended the University of Calgary in Canada and Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa, where she graduated with Cum Laude honors in 2004. Once part of a multi-disciplinary practice in Alberta, Canada, she decided to take her expertise to the global stage by moving to Dubai in 2010. Now, she is certified by the Canadian, American, and United Arab Emirates Chiropractic National Boards. She sits on the board of the Dubai Health Authority Examination panel. She serves on the executive board of the Emirates Chiropractic Association since 2010, including serving as President of the Association for the two years.
She completed her Masters of Science in Positive Psychology with 2017 from Life University in Marietta, Georgia. She pursued a degree in Positive Psychology to help people with the emotional side of health and healing.
Also donating her time to humanitarian causes globally, she has participated in multiple volunteer missions in Fiji, Nicaragua, Brazil and India. Serving the world’s most vulnerable populations with chiropractic care. Dr. Vanda participates as a treating doctor but also as a faculty director, to help teach and inspire the next generation of chiropractors. She also has helped fund and rebuild a school in Nepal after the devastating earthquake in 2015.