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  • Dr. Sylvia Fermanian, BSc, DC

    Dr. Sylvia Fermanian has been practicing family chiropractic in Toronto for more than 20 years. Her goal is to provide a practice where her passion for chiropractic encourages her patients to live healthier lives.

    Dr. Sylvia uses several techniques but always paying attention to the needs of each individual patient. She incorporates the Diversified technique for the spine and the extremities, drop piece assisted manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, and physical therapy modalities. She is certified to use the Webster technique through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association which is a specific chiropractic analysis and adjustment that is helpful during pregnancy. Dr. Sylvia’s experience with children and her gentle touch has always encouraged many of her patients to bring in their infants and children for safe and effective chiropractic care.

  • Dr. Barbara Weiss, BBA, ND

    Dr. Barbara Weiss has over nine years of practice as a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and twelve years as a Certified Bowen Therapist.   Barbara’s approach is individualized to the patient and utilizes a functional medicine approach, meaning she looks for underlying causes of illness using a systems oriented approach.  Instead of treating the “disease”, she treats the person and looks to understand the role of genetics, lifestyle and environmental factors and how they contribute to long-term health.   Physical examinations and laboratory testing are a regular part of the diagnostic tools used to assess function.  She uses a variety of therapies such as dietary recommendations, nutrients, herbal medicine, lifestyle changes, acupuncture, homeopathy and Bowen therapy to restore function.   Barbara has completed additional certificate training in Environmental Medicine with Dr. Walter Crinnion ND, Botanical Medicine, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture and Mindfulness Based Meditation.  She currently serves as Chair of The Board of Governors for the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.

    Barbara holds her Naturopathic Medical license in Ontario and is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) and The Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND).

  • Jacalyn (Jackie) Coulter, BA, RMT

    Jackie Coulter trained at 3HO Foundation for the Healing Arts and has over 20 years of experience treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. She offers pregnancy and postnatal massage therapy and employs numerous massage therapy techniques including: deep tissue massage, N.I.S.A (related to Rolfing and Active Release), Swedish massage, relaxation massage, and Reflexology and Craniosacral Therapy.

  • Kim Sawyer

    Kim Sawyer has been practicing meditation for over 40 years and has been teaching for 20 years. She is a graduate of the Kinmount Seminary and Academy, a 3-year program that offered a universalist approach to the practice of meditation and the study of the laws of awakening. Her principal teacher was Venerable Namgyal Rinpoche, a Canadian master who was recognized by the Dalai Lama. Kim offers individual guidance, weekly classes and weekend retreats. She teaches a wide range of meditation practices including visualization, holistic clearing and insight. Every class includes a meditation practice session with verbal guidance from Kim.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Fermanian."
    Josh S. Toronto, ON
  • "clean, punctual, pleasant office. Excellent chiropractic, and massage therapy. They keep me working and moving well past my best before date!!!!"
    victoria macrae

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