Dr. Chris Taylor
Dr. Taylor is a 2007 graduate of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He uses a variety of treatment modalities in his approach to assessing and treating musculoskeletal and biomechanical injuries and conditions - including soft-tissue therapy (working with muscles, tendons, connective tissue, etc), joint manipulation/mobilization and acupuncture.
After graduating with honours in 2007, Dr. Taylor travelled to Australia where he worked as an associate in a multi-disciplinary clinic and travelled to small communities to provide chiropractic care and rehabilitation. Shortly after returning to Canada in late 2008, Dr. Taylor joined Wellington Chiropractic as an associate and took over ownership of the clinic in late 2014.
Dr. Taylor spends most of his spare time chasing after his identical twin daughters but manages to squeeze in the occasional run and workout. He regularly participates in the Around the Bay 30km and has represented the St. Lawrence Market in the Scotiabank Waterfront 1/2 marathon on several occasions.
Dr. Jennifer Viveiros
Dr. Jennifer Viveiros graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2007. Her original background is largely in Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation, obtained her Honours BSc. at McMaster University. Jennifer is an experienced personal trainer and fitness instructor, Zumba instructor and Yoga Teacher.
In 2007 Dr. Viveiros travelled to Australia where she worked in various regional areas travelling to small communities to provide chiropractic care and working closely with regional football teams. The next 3 years she undertook paediatric studies to expanded her practice to include infants and children as well as the athletic community of the Sunshine Coast.
Jennifer has trained in various Chiropractic manipulative/mobilization and soft tissue techniques to treat biomechanical and neurological injuries, including Manual, Instrument based, Cranial therapy and Acupuncture.
Jennifer’s clinical experience with diverse populations has been inspiring, She has a passion for Chiropractic and believes the mechanical, emotional, and neurological effects are of benefit to patients of all conditions and ages.
Susan graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree with a specialization in Kinesiology, and a Masters in Physical Therapy at Queen's University. Susan had planned on becoming a physiotherapist ever since she was in highschool. She finds joy and satisfaction in having a career that allows her to assist others in achieving the quality of life that they deserve.
In the past, Susan has worked with national-level athletes, weekend warriors, elderly with chronic ailments, workers with repetitive strain injuries, as well as individuals suffering from car accidents and post-operative conditions. She takes the time to find the root cause of each condition, so that each treatment plan can be individually tailored to target the specific causes involved. Her treatment approach encompasses the use of patient education, joint mobilizations, soft tissue release techniques, and therapeutic exercises to maximize function. She believes in treating the body as a whole by correcting dysfunctional movement patterns and muscular imbalances to prevent the occurrence of future re-injuries.
She has taken post-graduate courses in Mulligan Concepts, Soft Tissue Release, and manual therapy courses through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Level 3).
Registered Massage Therapist
“No one ever looks back on their life and wishes that they had had less massages.”
Nathalie believes that all people should incorporate massage therapy into their lives. It provides relief from muscular tightness and injury and adds relaxation and balance to ever-changing stressful lifestyles.
After making a major career change, Nathalie graduated with Honours from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in 2008 and has been a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) ever since.
Practicing in both clinics and spas Nathalie is well versed in a variety of massage techniques to treat various musculoskeletal issues. A consummate professional, Nathalie has continued her massage education over the years with courses in Sports Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Pregnancy Massage and Geriatric & Chronic Pain Massage. Based on each individual’s needs, she works closely with clients to establish comfortable pressure levels to ensure the most effective and safe treatment.
She now practices strictly in a clinical setting but has incorporated Hot Stone Massage treatments into her practice from her previous spa experience.
Nathalie is passionate about her work and in helping individuals lead healthier and more relaxing lives. She stays healthy through a wide variety of sports and loves going to the movies.
Registered Massage Therapist
Caiti Griffin is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic and is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She brings four years of experience to the practice and offers a combination of therapeutic techniques to specialize in deep issue and sports based massage. Though deep tissue massage is her specialty, she also has years of experience performing prenatal massage, myofascial release treatments, trigger point therapy as well as functional exercise to aid with the overall recovery process.
She creates a massage to suit each person’s individual needs varying from general relaxation to injury prevention and rehabilitation to ensure the correct treatment is received by each client.