Dr.LEslie R. Grice
Dr. Leslie R. Grice with a Bachelor of Applied Science Honours degree graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 1992 and began practice in that same year at Grice Chiropractic Centre to present. From 1992-1995 she completed 3 years of the Sports Injury Fellowship Program at CMCC. She later went on to study Acupunture in Sri Lanka and began adding this treatment to the clinic in 1998. Dr. Leslie taught anatomy and neuro-anatomy in the labs for six years at chiropractic college (CMCC). 2011-2014 she served on the Board of Governors as a member at large at CMCC. Dr. Leslie's chiropractic practice encompasses treating pregnant mothers right through to elder years. Treatment, depending on each case, includes the use of hands on manipulation, mobilization, adjusting instrument, muscle therapy (manual or use of modalities). In our clinic we strive to improve one's posture, range of motion and overall function and conditioning in an approach to living a healthier and more active lifestyle. Dr. Leslie is a member of Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA), Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA) and licensed with the Chiropractic College of Ontario (CCO) and the Acupuncture Council of Ontario (ACO).
Dr.Kyle A. Grice
Dr. Kyle A. Grice with a Bachelor of Science degree graduated from NYCC in 1997 and began practice in that same year at Grice Chiropractic Centre. As an interested teacher he taught for six years at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in the Anatomy and Philosophy departments. In 1999 he received a DAc(Diploma of Acupunture) and practiced for several years until his interests turned to in depth spinal care. In 2003 he began his training in the most researched chiropractic spinal assessment and treatment technique called Chiropractic BioPhysics aka. Clinical Biomechanics of Posture. He has since become certified in CBP and is in process of completing the final case study presentation to become advanced certified in CBP. To learn more about this spinal corrective procedure please visit the website: www.idealspine.com .
Dr. Mary Rasmi-Wakileh is a Doctor of Chiropractic graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry and Biology. Dr. Mary treats a wide variety of complaints, ranging from acute to chronic injuries and focuses on wellness for her patients. She encourages her patients to set health goals and helps them to achieve these goals through function maintenance, pain reduction and customized exercise programs. Treatments may include a combination of chiropractic adjustment/manipulation, soft tissue therapies or instrument-assisted soft tissue therapies, modalities, active and passive rehabilitation exercises as well as ergonomic counseling and overall health advice. Dr. Mary is a member of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, the Ontario Chiropractic Association and the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
Dr. Lorne Papernick attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and graduated with clinic honors in 1995. Dr. Lorne has been in practice for 22 years and has adjusted some of the top athletes in the world. Dr. Papernick has a strong interest in; adjusting children, pregnancy care, and wellness care. He adjusts people of all ages including pediatrics, geriatrics, and everyone in between. Dr. Papernick receives his regular adjustments and has been adjusting his children since birth. He also obtained a Master’s degree in education to learn how to properly educate people on how to keep the one thing that controls everything in your body (the nervous system) working well, with the help of chiropractic.Dr. Papernick continues to give back to the community and share the gift of chiropractic by doing health talks for companies, schools, and community groups. He also helps coach hockey teams in his spare time.
Jeff Wang is the new Registered Physiotherapist excited to start with Grice Chiropractic Center. He holds a Master of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology and Biology from the University of Toronto. Jeff treats a variety of orthopedic conditions, including acute and chronic trauma, rotator cuff injuries, low back pain, motor vehicle crash related symptoms, and pre and post-op rehabilitation. A believer in the scientific model of practice, Jeff is update to date with the latest scientific evidence to guide his treatments. Jeff’s approach is to understand and treat the whole person, not just the problem. He combines active therapeutic exercise with proven manual techniques, thorough education, and the use of modalities to achieve maximum success. Jeff is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, the Ontario Physiotherapy Association, and is in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
Christy Chudy became Registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario in November 2006. Following graduation Christy joined Grice Chiropractic Centre.
Christy treats a wide range of conditions from tendonosis - frozen shoulder - headaches/migraines (acute and chronic stages). Her specialty is treating the cervical spine, shoulder and forearm conditions (Example: carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome, TMJ and rotator cuff injuries).
Christy entered the profession to help in the rehabilitation of others and to assist in their overall health and well-being. She plans on a long career and will continue to expand her knowledge and techniques to provide you with the best massage therapy treatment.
May Azucena became registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario in November 2006 following a 2200 hour program.
Since joining the Grice Chiropractic team May has had the opportunity to extend her knowledge in treating a wide range of different conditions with great success.
In her spare time she enjoys staying active with volleyball, and table tennis. She has also donated countless hours to fund raising for pediatric patients with cancer.