sport therapy with Dr. Alli Cain
Alison received her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy Degree from the University of Toronto in 2011 and has been working in the GTA since graduation.
She is a firm believer in holistic care and the benefits of involving the health care team in each patient's recovery.
She has a passion for education and has completed courses in acupuncture, manual therapy and McKenzie MDT, all of which have helped to enhance her practice.
When Alison isn't working at the clinic, she enjoys travelling, running, hiking and spending time with family and friends.
Alison is in the ANCHOR clinic Monday & Wednesday 8-4. She uses soft tissue mobilizations, acupuncture and exercise prescription to manage acute + chronic conditions as well as applies these tools to proactively keep you healthy & in the gym!
Dr. Allison Cain was raised in Newmarket, ON and currently resides in Keswick, ON.
Her love of athletics & passion for health led to her obtaining a Bachelor of Kinesiology from
Wilfrid Laurier University. While attending WLU, she was a member of the varsity women's basketball team,
and varsity cross country team. She went on to pursue graduate studies in Sports Business Management,
before realizing her true passion was to work hands on with individuals as a Doctor of Chiropractic.
She attended the prestigious Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, ON
to obtain her Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
Throughout her studies, Dr. Cain founded a gym in Newmarket, ON and worked as a coach + nutrition consultant. In 2016, she moved north to help launch ANCHOR/ crossfit.yoga.lifestyle to the Georgina community. A comprehensive facility which features a variety of movement disciplines, to satisfy the holistic needs of the human body. Dr. Cain has a particular interest in the holistic wellness of her patients - treating both musculoskeletal complaints, and addressing specific fitness and nutrition needs to live and feel the best you can.
In practice, Dr. Cain integrates a combination of diversified chiropractic techniques, myofascial release techniques, rehabilitation exercises and patient education to provide optimal health and wellness.
massage therapy at ANCHOR
Since Jen Schlitt graduated from CCMH in 2001, she has passionately continued to expand her knowledge and skill set thought a variety of courses including Thai massage at The International Thai Massage school in Thailand and The Canadian College of Osteopathy. Jen has been blessed having her chosen careers of RMT and yoga instructor work in such harmony.
She began practising yoga in 2001 which developed her core strength, stability and mobility which definitely helped her recover from her disc surgeries. Jen began CrossFit in April 2011 which was six months post back surgery. She began with her movements modified, using bands, light weights and stepping on to the box rather than jump. Her progress, technique and strength kept improving. Before you know it, the training wheels fell off and her WODs were RX'd. With some patience, respect, hard work, dedication and amazing coaching look what can be accomplished! Jen also has her CrossFit level 1 trainer, and has taken some gymnastics courses to expand her knowledge for her CrossFit family/clients and herself.
With this background, Jen is sympathetic to suffering in chronic pain, the mental component of not being able to do what you love, having to rest and rehab your body and has a great understanding of the body in movement.
I love the sense of community with both yoga and CrossFit not only in Keswick, but internationally. I am blessed to be a part of the ANCHOR family and share in everyone transformation + goal crushing!
Derek Smith is a Registered Massage Therapist, licensed with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). His lifetime involvement in athletics, experience as a Personal Trainer and keen understanding of the human body combined with his sincere and caring nature make him a very effective and knowledgeable Health Care Provider.
Derek’s approach to therapy is very client-focused. Whether you are coming for sports therapy, rehabilitation or pure relaxation you will find that he tailors your treatment plan specifically for you. Not only does he treat your symptoms but also works toward finding and eliminating the root cause of your condition.
He is also a strong believer in giving back to the community and is the founder of Helping Hands – a charity driven organization. Some of the causes he actively supports are The Sick Kids Foundation, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of York Region, Habitat for Humanity, Canadian Cancer Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Crohn’s and Colitis Canada, Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers, Georgina Food Pantry, and many more.
Aimee Marples graduated from the Canadian College of Homeopathy in 2011. She is a Registered Classical Homeopath. She works to help people move through their illnesses (acute and/or chronic) and to create a healthier lifestyle overall, as well, she loves to educate people on the ease and benefits of introducing homeopathy into their lives.
Homeopathy is a gentle form of medicine that can help any person at any age, with any type of illness. Aimee has experience treating many types of illnesses including:
- Psoriasis, eczema and many forms of skin conditions Womens issues such as; pregnancy, infertility, puberty, menstrual irregularities, PMS, menopause Warts Bladder infections and UTI’s Sinus infections and nasal polyps Thyroid complaints
- Children: Colic, teething, fever, cough, cold, flu, tonsillitis, bedwetting MS, Parkinsons, Diabetes, many forms of auto-immune disorders and more.
To start, Aimee will be available for appointments on Friday's at ANCHOR. You can book with her by emailing email@example.com