Dr. Jocelyn Cox, Chiropractor
Dr. Jocelyn Cox grew up in Tottenham, Ontario. She was heavily involved in sports at Banting Memorial before going to Brock University to study Physical Education and wrestle on the varsity team. She made the National Wrestling team in 2006, however, when an injury derailed her career, she turned to chiropractic to help people recover from physical injury. After receiving her Doctor of Chiropractic, Dr. Cox completed a specialization in Clinical Sciences and is now a Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Sciences. She is currently an assistant professor at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto where she supervises clinical interns and teaches diagnosis labs. She is also a peer-reviewer for academic journals and a contributor to the Canadian Chiropractic Guidelines Initiative.
In addition to her academic accomplishments, Dr. Cox has a wealth of experience including work at St. Michael’s Hospital on the Family Health Team, at Mt. Sinai Hospital with rheumatologists, and shadowing spine and extremity surgeons in Toronto and Hamilton. Dr. Cox has been published on many topics, such as acupuncture, neck pain in children, shoulder and low back pain in dental hygienists, emergency care interventions and bone tenderness. Dr. Cox uses an evidence-informed approach to manage your muscle, nerve, and joint pains for patients of all shapes, sizes and ages.
When she is not in practice, she likes spending time with her family and dog Abby. She is an avid hiker, a recreational cyclist and runner.
Dr. Joseph Kawun, Chiropractor
Dr. Joseph Kawun graduated from the University of Guelph Humber with an Honours Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Kinesiology as well as a diploma in Fitness & Health Promotion in 2015. He then went on to receive his chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in the Spring of 2021. He was fortunate to have completed several sports therapy internships while in university and worked for two years as a licensed kinesiologist. Dr. Kawun understands the importance of exercise to maintain muscle strength, flexibility, and injury prevention. He offers a variety of treatment options including diversified manual adjustments, soft tissue therapy, rehabilitation, and education. Dr. Kawun is a firm believer in preventative health care and in maintaining a good level of fitness and mobility – he looks forward to working with patients to provide best-in-class chiropractic services. When not working, Dr. Kawun can be found playing hockey, cycling, or hiking the trails year-round with his fiancee and their dog Echo.
Jennifer Currie, Registered Massage Therapist
Jen lives in Tottenham and owns Calm Healing Space. She is an exceptional massage therapist who is always striving to do more and help others. She plays baseball in town and enjoys spending time being active with her family.
Milica Cala, Registered Massage Therapist
Milica has been a RMT since 2006. Over 14 years of practice, she has worked in clinical settings in Toronto and surrounding areas her whole career.
Working closely with other health-care practitioners such as Chiropractors, naturopaths, and osteopathic manual practitioners, she takes the opportunity to learn new assessment techniques and advanced treatment skills. Clients benefit from her referrals and consultations with other therapists, to ensure optimal treatment results.
Milica has treated a wide range of conditions including post- surgery recovery, chronic ailments, acute pain, TMJ, and scar tissue. She also practices Swedish/ deep tissue massage, and prenatal massage.
Lindsay Pleasance, Physiotherapist
Lindsay graduated from McMaster University in 2008 with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. Prior to this, she received an Honours Bachelor of Biomedical Science from the University of Guelph. Since completing her physiotherapy degree, Lindsay has continued to pursue extensive professional development in orthopaedics.
She completed her Fellowship in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2013, and has also taken post graduate courses in acupuncture, therapeutic taping, vestibular rehabilitation and the Mulligan concept. Lindsay has a special interest in spinal pathology, complex shoulder pathology and sport injury rehabilitation. She enjoys treating a wide range of individuals, from athletes to the weekend warrior. She also has extensive experience with complex motor vehicle accident rehabilitation. Lindsay’s treatment philosophy involves using current research, manual therapy and patient specific exercise to improve function and prevent injury recurrence.
I have worked and lived in New Tecumseth for 9 years. I truly love the sense of community in a small town. I live with my husband, two girls and our dog Ruxin. I can often be found spending time outdoors with my favourite people, hiking, swimming or gardening.
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