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David Simpson B.Sc., D.C.


Doctor Simpson received his Bachelor of Science (Biology) from the University of Western Ontario and then completed the four year chiropractic program at C.M.C.C. in Toronto , Ontario. Having played hockey, lacrosse, running and cycling, Dr. Simpson remains active and encourages his patients to remain active. His practice involves general health, prevention and treatment of loss of motion, numbness and pain. David has always felt there is a need for soft tissue treatment (muscles) in conjuction with traditional chiropractic mobilizations and adjustments. This is why his office has Ultrasound, various forms of current (such as Interferential), laser, distraction table, thumper massagers and hot or cold therapy. His patients who require more soft tissue are referred to any of the massage therapists in his office.

 

Scott Horrobin, B.P.H.E. RMT


Scott has a diverse background as a kinesiologist and massage therapist working in several provinces with a varied clientelle. His practice centres on clinical treatment for rehabilitation along with General Swedish techniques for relaxation, stress reduction and improved mobility. Along with his general practice, Scott instructs in a local private college, does local corporate massage on-site and trains individuals in a local community centred fitness facility. Scott continues to be actively involved in the cycling and running communities and nordic skiing when the snow flies.

 

Chris Newhook, RMT


Chris is a Registered Massage Therapist and graduate of Trillium College since 2008. He has experience treating work related injuries, prenatal women, motor vehicle accidents and post operative rehabilitation. Chris also works part time at a local spa and as a result is well versed in the more relaxing style of massage as well as the clinical. He can easily tailor each massage to individual client needs having both those who require extremely deep pressure and those who want something much lighter. Like Scott, Chris also does workplace massage bringing his own table/chair and treating on site.

 

       
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