Dr. Lee Brotherston
Dr. Brotherston earned a degree in Health Sciences with a specialization in kinesiology from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. He graduated with Honours, and highest distinction. He subsequently enrolled in the Doctor of Chiropractic program at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, where he completed the 4-year program and achieved clinic honours along the way.
Dr. Brotherston utilizes a variety of techniques in order to help his patients achieve the results they are looking for – including ART, rehabilitation exercises, and chiropractic manual therapy. His entire approach is centered on patient education and recognizing that an informed patient is an empowered patient. In addition to his passion for helping others, Dr. Brotherston is very passionate about mountain biking and spending time outdoors. He is a certified mountain bike coach through the Ontario Cycling Association, and coaches kids getting into the sport with the Durham Shredders. He has himself participated in numerous mountain bike races – including the infamous Crank the Shield 3 day stage race in Sault Ste. Marie.
Dr. Colleen Woodward
Dr. Woodward graduated with highest distinction from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology with an Honours degree in Health Sciences and a specialization in Kinesiology. She then enrolled at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where she honed her knowledge and skills. During her clinical internship, Colleen did rotations at the CMCC Campus Clinic as well as the Sherbourne Health Centre, where she provided care to underserved populations such as the LGBT, homeless, and new Canadian populations. Additionally, she spent time at the APTUS Treatment Centre in Toronto, where she was part of a team providing manual medicine to people with complex disabilities.
She is passionate about manual medicine and all that it means to be healthy. An avid runner, hiker, and dog-walker, when not helping patients feel and heal better, Colleen can often be found enjoying the great outdoors.
Dr. Lynne Racette
Dr. Racette completed her undergraduate studies in Biomedical Sciences at Laurentian University and completed her naturopathic medical program at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is currently has a clinical focus and strong background in women’s health, endocrinology, pelvic floor, acupuncture, pediatrics, and dermatology. She has a prescribing license in Ontario and uses bio-identical hormone therapy, vitamin injections, and intravenous nutrition.
She is passionate about evidence-informed medicine and helping her patients simplify their health and get the results that they want and need. When she is not seeing patients, you can find her with power tools working on renovating her house, and walking her giant Newfoundland dog.
Registered Massage Therapist
Laura graduated from Centennial College, with honours, in 2000. She has been a registered massage therapist for 18 years. In those years she has focused her practice on moderate to deep tissue work, trigger point therapy and acute and chronic shoulder conditions. Her treatments are all wellness oriented with the goal that her clients achieve their best self. Laura will work with you to combine massage and self care exercises to reach your goal. Laura also practices relaxation treatments that include hot stone therapy.
Laura loves to surround herself with family, and enjoys nothing more than playing any sport with her girls.