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


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.

Joanna Gugula, RMT

Joanna Gugula

Registered Massage Therapist

Joanna graduated from Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2004. Registered with the CMTO for 15 years, Joanna has experience in treating all types of physical conditions. Whether it is general relaxation, sports injury, medical conditions, pregnancy, or stress related tension, she will customize your massage to achieve the best results to optimize your physical health.

Joanna believes that guidance, client education, treatment and proper home care will enable people to reach their goals, minimize pain and enjoy a higher level of health and wellness.

In her spare time Joanna enjoys running, doing yoga, cooking, and spending time with her family.

Meghan Melo, RMT

Meghan Melo

Registered Massage Therapist

Meghan graduated from Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning with an Advanced Diploma in Massage Therapy in 2015. Meghan has been an RMT with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario for 6 years. Her background at Humber taught her to formulate effective treatment plans for a variety of patient groups. Her 6 years as an RMT in a clinical setting provided her with hands on experience in treating a variety of injuries (sports, MVA, WSIB), prenatal patients, stress / tension relief massage, etc.

Meghan’s philosophy of care describes massage therapy as a form of rehabilitation that goes beyond its commonly known relaxation purposes. It is also used as a form of injury prevention, and a tool to isolate physical problems and rehabilitate them through the manipulation of tissues.

Ultimately massage therapy can help to relieve pain and increase functionality. In the future Meghan hopes to take more courses to implement new techniques and assessment methods to continue to strengthen and increase the effectiveness of her treatment plans.

Carmen Balanger, RMT

Carmen Balanger

Registered Massage Therapist