Dr. Terry Lemay is a chiropractor and acupuncture practitioner who has been practising since 1995 in the Toronto and Oakville areas. He obtained his B.Sc. degree at the University of Waterloo, while specializing in sports medicine. He completed his doctorate at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and, while in his second year at the college, traveled overseas to study acupuncture, where he obtained his diploma.
Additionally, he is a trained evaluator for performance and injury prevention in golf in both the United States and Canada. Dr. Lemay has provided numerous classes on topics such as sport injuries, nutrition, ergonomics, stress management and smoking cessation. Dr. Lemay has also been a guest on FAN 590 to answer questions regarding sports-related injuries. Dr. Lemay has treated professional athletes in NFL, CFL, NHL and MLB.
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Dr. Joy Andres-Lemay is a registered clinical child psychologist who has been practising in the Halton area since 2000. She completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in the Co-op Psychology Program at the University of Waterloo and she obtained her Master of Arts and Doctoral degrees from York University.
She completed her clinical internship at Hamilton Health Sciences. Prior to working full-time at Oakville Chiropractic and Family Health, Dr. Andres-Lemay was employed at ROCK Reach Out Centre for Kids for 14 years as a Clinical Manager for Psychological Services and she was the Director and Founder of the ROCK Predoctoral Residency Program in Clinical Psychology. She has had many years experience in providing training workshops in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Attachment Theory, and Clinical Skills to psychologists, clinicians, and educators.
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James is a registered massage therapist with over 2400 hours of clinical experience. His passion for human anatomy and physiology guided his studies first to Brock University where he achieved a Bachelor of Kinesiology. Additional post secondary education took place at Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic where he achieved his massage therapy designation.
James’ treatments are outcome-based. He strongly believes in treating the cause of the presenting problem or condition to achieve results. An amalgamation of his background in biomechanics, his skills in orthopedic assessment, and his experience with a vast demographic of patients, has sculpted a well-rounded therapist. During his time at Sutherland Chan, James honed his treatment skills with patients presenting with sport specific injuries, central nervous system pathologies, and with every day aches and pains. He has also worked with patients who are pregnant and he has experience working with seniors.
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Dr. Kibsey is committed to providing the highest standard of care to patients in an empathetic and caring manner. She graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a degree in kinesiology and then went on to become a Naturopathic Doctor in the 4-year program at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She saw patients in a primary care setting as a naturopathic intern at the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic in North York and the Lakeshore Arts Medical Practice in Etobicoke. In February of 2014, she traveled to Haiti with Naturopaths Without Borders to treat patients in need at various locations as part of a mobile clinic. She uses evidence-based medicine in all treatment plans and has performed in-depth clinical inquiry research on Alzheimer’s Disease and acne. She has experience treating patients of diverse ages and backgrounds with varying health conditions. Dr. Kibsey is especially interested in treating digestive concerns and insomnia. She enjoys public speaking and has given health and wellness talks to various different populations, from working professionals at a corporation to women at a shelter for substance use and mental health issues. She is passionate about contributing her skills and knowledge to patients in order to address the root cause of illness, prevent health problems, and treat the whole person using evidence-based medicine.
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