Dr. Meghan Watts
B.A., M.Sc., D.C.
Dr. Meghan Watts graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology. She continued her academic pursuits at Queen’s University where she earned a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology, focused on nutrition, exercise and weight loss. Meghan graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and is now the doctor and owner of Stouffville Healthworks.
Meghan and her husband live in Stouffville and are active members of their community. They have two small children who keep them busy and on their toes!
Charlotte Sproxton is a Registered Massage Therapist. She graduated with honours from one of the top Massage Therapy Schools in Canada, The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. In her training she established a deep knowledge of anatomy and the effects massage has on all of the body systems.
She uses various techniques to give a safe and effective treatment including, fascial release, deep tissue massage, manual lymphatic drainage, trigger point therapy and many more.
Nicole Dolan is a graduate of Centennial College's Massage Therapy program. She offers a variety of services including trigger point therapy, deep tissue therapy, relaxation massage, pre/post natal care, and cranial sacral therapy. She also holds a certificate in hot stone therapy.
Nicole keeps busy and active while playing hockey and golf. She also enjoys horse back riding.
Alana Dolmer graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2008. She has been practicing for over 11 years and has a strong understanding of physical fitness and rehabilitation of the human body.
She travelled the world and went to Thailand to learn Thai Yoga Massage to continue her education. She specializes in Deep Tissue, Swedish, Sport, Prenatal and Infant massage that help sooth muscles, relieve tension and decrease stress. She also has experience in treating musculoskeletal and rotator cuff injuries, sprains/strains, headaches, sports injuries and stress related conditions.
Alana truly believes in the benefits of massage therapy for not only treating specific injuries but also for the ability to prevent injuries when treated on a regular basis. Recently joining Stouffville Healthworks, she looks forward to many adventures with the team.
Priscilla Leung is a Registered Physiotherapist. She graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. She currently also works as a Physiotherapist at Markham Stouffville Hospital where she treats a variety of acute/chronic conditions related to orthopaedics, stroke/neurological, cardiorespiratory, and treating post-surgical patients. Priscilla uses acupuncture to assist with the treatment of pain, muscle/joint dysfunction, neuromuscular recovery, post-concussion symptoms/whiplash, and promoting overall wellness. She has a holistic approach to her treatment and believes in empowering patients to develop strategies to self-manage, prevent, heal, and maximize function. Priscilla also has a special interest in women’s/pelvic health issues and intends to take further courses in this field.
Priscilla speaks Cantonese and English.
Caroline Johnson graduated from the University of Toronto with her Master’s degree in Social work and has been a registered Social Worker for the past 14 years. During her studies she was trained in individual and families systems, adult and children’s mental health, seniors and eldercare issues, crisis management, disability issues, as well as developing an expertise in the areas of advocacy, policy and community development.
During her career Caroline has worked in a number of community based settings supporting adults, children, families and couples using a variety of approaches and modalities from a strength based perspective in an effort to accommodate the unique needs of each client.
Caroline has strong relationships with many Community based agencies in York region and Toronto and is well known in the field for her strong work with clients and partnerships with agencies.
Rachel Reesor graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with her advanced standing Master’s of Social Work. She then completed three years of supervised hours and board examination to earn her LCSW, which in the USA grants diagnostic rights for mental health disorders. She has been working as a registered social worker for 6 years, and providing therapeutic social work services for 10 years. During her studies she received training in adult and children’s mental health and diagnostics, play, sand and art therapy, individual and family systems, groups dynamics and facilitation, crisis intervention, mindfulness, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and trauma informed care.
During her career Rachel has worked in a number of settings supporting children, families, and adults of all ages using various client centered approaches to build on strengths. Her work is trauma informed and strives to be holistic in nature. Her goal is to help people realize their true potential by giving them tools to overcome adversity and build upon their strengths.
Colleen completed both a bachelor of arts and science (BASc.) and Masters of Health Science (MHSc.) in Nutrition Communications at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario.
She then completed a dietetic internship in a hospital setting where she launched her career as a Registered Dietitian, staying on as a staff member. She gained clinical experience in the hospital setting working with patients living with cancer, undergoing surgery, struggling with gastrointestinal disorders and/or facing other acute health issues.
She moved on from her clinical experience to gain 'food knowledge' while working as a retail dietitian. This allowed her to combine the health science world of nutrition with her love of sharing food knowledge and skills: an all-star combo!
She now divides her time between working with clients one-on-one, advocating for the future of dietetics and teaching nutrition at an Ontario college to the next generation of health professionals. The variety in Colleen's career has made her a well balanced Dietitian and nutrition coach.
Heatheris a Reiki Master, Meditation Facilitatorand the founder of Guided Hearts. She has over 7years experience in various energy healing modalities. She was inspired to pursue holistic health, Reiki and meditation after her own struggles with anxiety as a child and young adult as a result of trauma and multiple health conditions. Heather offers a unique perspective that comes from a place of empathy and compassion.Some of her training includes the Connected Kids program completing the professional tutor level certification, Reiki Master certification and training in various holistic and Energy healing modalities through the Transformational Arts College in Toronto.
She hasexperience working with children from toddlers at a local Pre-school through to teens and adults. Some of her experience has included working with children diagnosed with severe anxiety, ADD, ADHD and autism. She currently runs her Meditation workshops through the clinic for both children and adults.
Heather is a member of both the International Association of Reiki Professionals and the Reiki Healing Association.
Her passion is to help people, especially children, from all walks of life to find peaceful moments and build resiliency, while providing practical tools that can be used at home, school or the workplace on a daily basis.
Josee is a graduate of The Michener Institue for Applied Health Sciences' program in Chiropody. She is very knowledgeable and experienced in foot biomechanics and casting for custom foot orthotics. She has had great success treating conditions such as achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, foot pain and low back pain. She is available in the clinic by appointment for assessment, prescription, and dispensing of custom made foot orthotics.