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For your convenience, we offer free parking at the clinic while you are here for your treatment. If our lot is full, you can access the free 2 hour city parking on Commercial Street, right outside our clinic.

Please note: Appointments take place on the second floor of the building. If you have difficulty with stairs, please call to book (519-827-0040) so that we can accommodate you on our main floor. If booked online, your visit will be assumed to be upstairs.

Norfolk Chiropractic Wellness Centre strives to be a scent-free zone, as we have both patients and practitioners with serious allergies to chemical fragrances. Please avoid wearing any perfumes, colognes, scented aftershaves etc to your visit to help us keep everyone safe and healthy. We do occasionally use naturally scented therapeutic creams and oils. If you do not wish to have your practitioner use these during your treatment, please let them know at the beginning of your visit.

Naturopathic Medicine

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Osteopathy

** PLEASE NOTE - BOOKED CLIENT NAME MUST BE THE PERSON ATTENDING VISIT ** A manual therapy with a holistic approach that addresses the anatomical structures of the body allowing for proper metabolic exchanges and increased functional and structural support. Osteopathic manual practitioners treat anything from low back pain, any joint pain, headaches/migraines and sinusitis to the causes and ... Read More

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A manual therapy with a holistic approach that addresses the anatomical structures of the body allowing for proper metabolic exchanges and increased functional and structural support. Osteopathic manual practitioners treat anything from low back pain, any joint pain, headaches/migraines and sinusitis to the causes and consequences of diabetes, arthrosclerosis and digestive conditions (IBS, constipation, diarrhea etc). Book a FREE consultation today to see how Osteopathy can help you.


Acupuncture

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Reiki

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Energy work for relaxation


Registered Massage Therapy

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Massage Therapy is the hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues and joints of the body for the purpose of assessment and treatment. Specifically, it is the manipulation of muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints for the the treatment and prevention of pain and physical dysfunction.

Leslie Brown’s genuine passion to help people achieve optimum health lead her to a career in Massage Therapy. Leslie graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2010, and has over 10 years of experience working as part of health care teams in both physiotherapy and chiropractic clinics.

Massage therapy has been proven to reduce stress, increase relaxation, reduce pain and muscular tension, and treat a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions. Headaches, neck and back pain, limited range of motion, and tendinitis (e.g. tennis elbow), are all common conditions treated effectively by massage therapy. Massage therapy can also be used as part of a preventative care program - this includes sports training, injury prevention, ongoing stress management and more! Leslie offers a variety of massage techniques designed to meet each client’s individual needs, whether relaxation or therapeutic, to provide these results.

Leslie continues to work with clients of all ages, backgrounds and conditions, but has special interest with a clinical focus on:

  • Prenatal treatments - treatment can be effective in all 3 trimesters, with modifications made dependent on the client’s health and symptoms experienced. Leslie’s pregnancy table allows for treatment while lying face down (such a treat!), or sidelying when appropriate. Common complaints during pregnancy treated by massage therapy include: back and hip pain, calf spasms, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches. Postnatal in-home visits are also offered.

  • Neck/shoulder pain & headaches - treatment of neck, shoulder and TMJ (jaw) muscles due to stress, tension, or overuse can be very effective in reducing neck pain and frequency of headaches.

Her philosophy of care focuses on client education for treatment and prevention, while providing quality client care in a safe and comfortable environment.

Leslie Brown’s genuine passion to help people achieve optimum health lead her to a career in Mass... Read More

Harold Duggan M.A., R.M.T is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, Canada’s oldest Massage Therapy school. He is trained in Swedish Massage techniques as well as advanced massage techniques and Thai massage. Although Harold uses the complete range of skills he was trained in. depending upon the client and situation, he aims to move into broad deep slow moving pressure. The intention of this to stretch fascia and muscles, and to introduce movement into joints. Massage induces many health benefits: decreased pain, improved circulation, increased range of motion, and most importantly an increase in your ability to enjoy living. Harold looks forward to working in a planned fashion toward your long term goals, or to simply bring some much needed relaxation into your day.

Thai Massage

Harold has trained with the Toronto School of Thai Massage. Historically, Thai is a massage style that is approximately 2500 years old, originating in India and then adopted by the people of what is now Thailand. It precedes any documentation of Yoga Asanas beyond a small variety of seated positions and tree pose. For this reason Harold refers to it by the name Traditional Thai Massage, rather than the recent name Thai Yoga Massage. The aim of Thai Massage is to use a variety of techniques to encourage fascia restrictions to open. Once this occurs, muscles are free to come to their optimal length and health. While Thai Massage methods are quite different than Swedish Massage, it is extremely effective at bringing about all the same health benefits.

Harold Duggan M.A., R.M.T is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, Cana... Read More

Stephanie graduated from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2007. During her 13+ years working in a career she is passionate about, Stephanie has assessed and treated a wide variety of clients, and has gained much experience in formulating treatment plans which try to address the overall well-being of her clients as well as their immediate therapeutic needs.

Stephanie’s particular interests include: Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ), Trigger Point work, chronic illness/ chronic pain, and cancer care-including palliative work.

Working to integrate her clients’ needs and goals with her own clinical knowledge, Stephanie aims to create treatments specific to each individual client. She enjoys working with people of all ages, from children to seniors.

A recent transplant from Toronto, Stephanie originally came to Guelph in the early 2000s to study at the University of Guelph (obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree) and fell in love with the city. She is excited to return to Guelph now to continue her professional career.

Stephanie graduated from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2007. During her 13+ years ... Read More

Stephen holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo (2002), a Diploma of Sports Injury Management from Sheridan College (2005) and a Diploma in Osteopathy and Manual Practice from the Canadian College of Osteopathy (2015). Clinically Stephen has taken an interest in helping patients recovering from post-surgical procedures (ACL reconstruction, meniscus repairs, shoulder labral and rotator cuff repairs). Stephen has also had great success in treating concussions, low back pain, headaches, TMJ, and frozen shoulder.

When not in the clinic Stephen can be found in various lacrosse venues across North America. Currently Stephen works with the Six Nations Chiefs (MSL), Rochester Knighthawks (NLL) and Team Canada Box/Field. Locally, Stephen contributes to youth athletics by delivering seminars on a variety of topics and mentoring student Athletic Therapists.

When not working Stephen enjoys sailing, cycling, and traveling the globe. Stephen believes very strongly in treating people, not conditions, taking a whole body approach to rehabilitation.

Stephen holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo (2002), a Dipl... Read More

Lisa began her career in the health care field as a Personal Support Care Worker (PSW) and has worked with physically and developmentally challenged adults as well as seniors in retirement and nursing home settings. Her appreciation of the regenerative abilities of the human body led her into a specialization of hands-on therapies. She is a graduate of The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, and has taken additional training in Pregnancy, Aromatherapy, Hot stone Massage, Myofascial Release and Craniosacral Therapies as well as Cupping.

Lisa also has over 25 years experience in non –traditional therapies such as Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Guasha, Fascial Cupping, Reiki and Crystal healing. Having lived in Guelph her whole life she chose this beautiful community to raise her three amazing adults boys, three dogs and a cat.

A firm believer in the strength of the human spirit, Lisa sees herself as a partner with her clients on their healing journey rather than the instrument of their healing.

Lisa began her career in the health care field as a Personal Support Care Worker (PSW) and has wo... Read More

Stephanie understands that daily stressors can be communicated through the body as pain and imbalances in our overall well-being.

Stephanie’s approach to massage therapy is first and foremost patient-centred, understanding that needs differ among individuals and should be reflected in each treatment. She believes the benefits of massage therapy are best realized when aligned within her patients’ lifestyle, and encourages a safe, open dialogue to empower individuals to be active participants in their health and a plan that works for them. As an athlete who’s sustained various injuries herself, Stephanie’s awareness of individual needs combined with a passion for helping others also extends to her massage therapy practice.

Integrating an evidence-based approach to treatment and a series of focussed questions & assessments to better understand what may be contributing to your concerns, Stephanie works with you and alongside other health care professionals to create a plan that can safely help optimize your well-being and steer you in the direction of your wellness goals.

Stephanie is a graduate of the University of Guelph (2007) where she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree at the School of Fine Art. Her visual & theoretical studies centred on representation of the human form in visual culture in which she received recognition and publication for her works. Choosing to follow her passion for functional & athletic performance, Stephanie returned to academia graduating with Honours from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy (2018). Stephanie is a Registered Massage Therapist with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). She continues to expand her knowledge having completed courses in thoracic spine mobilization and Greg Lehman’s “Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science”. When away from the clinic, she enjoys resistance training, interior design and decor, playing tennis and listening to stand-up comedy.

Stephanie understands that daily stressors can be communicated through the body as pain and imba... Read More

Hi! I’m Dr. Katie the Tranquil Mind Naturopath in Guelph ON. I know that mental health is vital to our overall wellbeing. I believe that supporting individuals using natural therapies can help them achieve mental wellness. I use naturopathic therapies like nutrition, herbal remedies, and acupuncture to help individuals with anxiety rebalance their nervous system so they can experience better sleep, improved digestion, and a calm mind. In addition to my anxiety practice, I also have a general (family) practice. For more than you ever wanted to know about me you can check out my website www.tranquilmindnaturopath.com

Hi! I’m Dr. Katie the Tranquil Mind Naturopath in Guelph ON. I know that mental health is vital t... Read More

Jessica graduated with honours from The Eight Branches Academy of Eastern Medicine and completed an internship in Nanjing, China in 2013. Prior to that she graduated from the most extensive Shiatsu Therapy training program outside of Japan in 2010 at The Shiatsu School of Canada. She is a member of the CTCMPAO (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario) and the SSO (Shiatsu Society of Ontario) and is continually learning new things in the field.

She has a general practice seeing a wide-range of ailments and will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan. She has experience treating acute and chronic pain from head to toe, arthritis, carpal tunnel, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, headaches, skin issues, women’s health and infertility, iui/ivf prep, anxiety, insomnia, stress and more. Jessica has completed additional training in facial rejuvenation/cosmetic acupuncture to tone and lift the skin and diminish wrinkles. She can also provide a great relaxation treatment and may incorporate a variety of techniques such as: acupuncture, acupressure, guasha (scraping massage), traditional fire cupping, moxibustion (burning herbs on top of the needles) and shiatsu therapy into her treatments according to each individual’s needs.

Her passion, focus and intent enhances clients lifestyle by creating a more balanced emotional, spiritual and physical well-being.

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