Dr. Kathy Cameron, Chiropractor

Dr. Kathy Cameron BSc DC

Chiropractor, Clinic Director


Dr. Kathy has been a Chiropractic practitioner for 25 years, over 22 years practicing in Georgetown. She graduated from University of Guelph in 1989 with a BSc. in Human Kinetics, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with her Doctor of Chiropractic in 1993, and then completed and achieved the distinction of a Post Graduate Clinical Sciences Fellowship in 1997. During her time in high school, university and chiropractic programs Dr. Kathy was an elite level distance runner and achieved the following athletic distinctions: Ontario provincial high school gold medalist, Ontario University gold medalist, Canadian University Medalist and recognized as a university All-Canadian athlete, competed for Team Canada in Barcelona, Spain in 1989, and was inducted into the University of Guelph Sports Hall of Fame in 2002. Running is still a very important part of Dr. Kathy’s life today. Dr. Kathy has enjoyed working with many of the area’s recreational and elite athletes.


Dr Kathy raised her two daughters Lindsay and Mackenzie in Georgetown. While growing up in Georgetown the girls were busy with many activities including dance, soccer, running, biking and skiing. Both Dr. Kathy and her girls continue to enjoy the benefits of an active lifestyle. Dr. Kathy is an avid photographer with many awards of distinction from various local photography contests. She supports and promotes local sports with team sponsorship and through her informational lectures and articles for local clubs. Dr. Kathy coached a running team for children and youth in Georgetown for 7 years when her girls were growing up and has enjoyed watching many of these athletes participate at the University varsity level in various sports.

Dr. Maria Davidovic, Chiropractor

Dr. Maria Davidovic BA Spec. (Hons.), DC

Chiropractor


Dr. Maria’s early interest in sports, exercise and health led to her studies in Kinesiology and Health Science at York University. She continued on to complete a 4-year Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College graduating in 2011. Dr. Maria is also certified in Graston Technique® and Kinesiotaping.


She is committed to providing chiropractic care and therapeutic exercise to restore normal function to joints and the related muscles and ligaments.


In her leisure time, Dr. Maria enjoys playing volleyball, tennis, and staying active with a mind-body approach utilizing cardiovascular / strength training, yoga and mindful meditation.


Dr. Davidovic is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic. She is a member of the Ontario Chiropractic Association and Canadian Chiropractic Association.

Louis Bautista, RMT

Louis Bautista

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Registered Massage Therapist

As Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Louis received his Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (DOMP) in November 2017 from the Southern Ontario College of Osteopathy (SOCO) under the guidance of Dr. Igor Norets (founder of SOCO and a physician and neurologist from Europe with extensive knowledge and 30-year diverse practical experience in clinical medicine, teaching, and research).


Louis is fascinated with this field of treatment where the body has the ability to heal and self-regulate, and the body, mind, and spirit is treated as one unit. Every dysfunction in our body has a root cause of disease. The osteopath manipulative techniques use the bones as a lever to remove pressures and restrictions on nerves, ligaments, arteries, veins, and lymphatics in order to restore the body back to normal.


Louis has researched through his studies on osteopathy the Classical Osteopathy of Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, the Muscle Energy Techniques of Dr. Fred Mitchell, the Counter Strain Techniques of Dr. Laurence Jones and Visceral techniques of Dr. Jean Pierre Barral, and others. Through his studies Louis says “These people and their principles that I have learned have opened my eyes to the world of Osteopathy - that our body is a magical and amazing machine, that should be taken care of.”

As Registered Massage Therapist

Louis graduated from the Everest College of Massage Therapy in 2011. Originally from the Philippines Louis has also worked in Saudi Arabia for over 25 years before moving to Canada in January 2009. He is very excited to have joined the team of Move Activity & Motion Clinic.


Louis values the benefits that massage therapy provides in reducing stress, tension, and pain. Louis’ goal as a Therapist is to assist in the restoration of your good health and function. His most commonly utilized modalities are sports massage, myofascial release, active stretching techniques, soft tissue manipulation, trigger point release, deep tissue, Post-Isometric Relaxation Techniques for TMJ Disorders, hot stone therapy, manual lymphatic drainage, geriatric massage, pregnancy massage, hot stones massage, Shiatsu, and Swedish massage techniques.


Louis also offers medical acupuncture and integrated radial shockwave therapy so that clients can get better at a faster rate.


Louis is committed to providing a specific treatment / home care plan consisting of stretching and strengthening exercises, postural awareness, and education as well as the appropriate hydrotherapy application to meet each individual’s needs.


Louis and his wife Chato and three kids (Maddie, Anya, and Daniel) live in Mississauga where he enjoys tennis and good friends.


Kaitlyn McKay, Registered Massage Therapist

Kaitlyn McKay

Registered Massage Therapist


Kaitlyn graduated from Humber College in 2017 and is a member of the CMTO (College of Massage Therapists of Ontario), and the RMTAO (Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario). During her massage therapy program, she gained knowledge, and experience in the treatment of infants, child / youth, pregnancy / post-partum, mental health & addictions, neurological disorders, chronic health conditions, athletes, and palliative care. She aims to incorporate her knowledge, and skills with each individual patient for them to strive and live pain free. She believes its important to incorporate massage therapy with remedial exercises, and homecare for the best outcomes of her patients.


Kaitlyn grew up in Georgetown, and has participated in numerous sports teams, and activities including the Blue Fins, Halton Hills Synchronized swimming, Rebels Swim team, soccer, and a lifeguard / swim instructor. She is glad to live in a community that has a large population enjoying an athletic lifestyle, and a very strong active youth population.

Vanessa Mitchell, RMT

Vanessa Mitchell

Registered Massage Therapist


Vanessa graduated from Everest College in 2011. She is registered with the (CMTO) College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Growing up Vanessa was very involved in sports such as hockey, rep soccer, and also danced competitively. She has always maintained an active and healthy lifestyle and believes massage is a great way to increase an individual’s overall physical and emotional well-being. Her interest in the human anatomy and enhancing the quality of life, lead to her interest in becoming a Massage Therapist.


Vanessa has gained a vast knowledge and is highly trained in numerous massage techniques such as Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Joint Mobilization and Hydrotherapy. She treats many conditions including but not limited to tendonitis, frozen shoulder, sports related injuries, headaches, stress and prenatal Massage.


Vanessa is very passionate when it comes to helping other people. Client care and comfort is always her top priority. She strongly believes in fully comprehending her client’s needs in order to restore them back to their optimal level of health and well-being.

Suzannea Phillips, RMT

Suzanne Phillips

Registered Massage Therapist


Suzanne graduated from Everest College in 2012 and is a member of the CMTO (College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the RMTAO (Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario). She is trained in a wide variety of modalities including, Swedish techniques, trigger point therapy, joint mobilizations, hydrotherapy and facsial techniques. She treats and has experience with sports and athletic related injuries and issues such as, sprains and strains, fractures and overuse injuries. She also treats workplace related injuries, low back pain, shoulder and neck pain as well as pregnancy and post partum massage.


Suzanne is very passionate about patient-centered care and empowering clients to be an active part in their own health and vitality. She is continually seeking to increase her knowledge as to the most effective and efficient way to help her clients achieve their personal health goals. She plans pursue her membership in the Canadian Sports Massage Therapist Association (CSMTA).


Suzanne grew up in Saskatchewan where she was very involved in basketball, track and field and dance. Today, she is an avid traveller who stays active through Muay Thai, biking and hiking.