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Dr. Michael Sommers, HBKin, D.C.

Doctor of Chiropractic, Clinic Director
Active Release Technique® provider
Medical Acupuncture Provider

I am a doctor of chiropractic with a passion for helping patients feel and function at their very best. Following my graduation from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2005, I began developing a unique blend of manual therapy known as Complete Chiropractic Care. Combining my extensive training in Active Release Techniques®, sports-related injuries, and biomechanics, I have designed a thorough, multi-disciplinary approach to patient care. The goal of this approach is to provide patients with immediate improvements in their health and well-being.

I am an avid rock-climber, long-distance cyclist and a runner. I also maintain a regular meditation practice. I live in Roncesvalles with my wife Erin, two boys and our dog.

Dr. Matt Lepore, B.Sc (Hons), D.C., Acupuncture Provider

Doctor of Chiropractic
Medical Acupuncture Provider


I graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2019, and hold a Bachelor of Science degree with honours in Kinesiology from York University. I am also a certified Functional Integrative Acupuncture provider and work as a trainer with many high level amateur athletes. Guided by a comprehensive assessment, I utilize a number of different evidence based tools and movement screens to help my patient’s function at their optimal level.

I am a lifelong learner and continue to further my education by taking courses/seminars. I hold certifications in Functional Range Conditioning, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and have completed research in the field of concussions.

Aside from my professional career, I was born and raised here in the Toronto area and am now looking to give back to the community. I enjoy exploring the outdoors and playing sports such as hockey, golf and baseball.

I am currently accepting new patients! 

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Dr. Cheria Morgan, B.Sc, D.C., Acupuncture Provider

Doctor of Chiropractic

Medical Acupuncture Provider

I was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. I graduated from the University of Illinois, at Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. I then continued my education at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where I obtained my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, Magna Cum Laude.
I am experienced in treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions in a range of patients including high level athletes, post-natal women, and senior citizens. Having endured injuries as a former NCAA Division I athlete, and Team Canada track and field member, I have a strong interest in athletic performance and rehabilitative exercises.
I consistently strive to enhance my clinical knowledge and skills to provide optimal patient care by attending seminars and keeping up to date with current chiropractic research. I am certified in Functional Integrative Acupuncture and have taken additional training in sport movement screens. I utilize an individualized evidence-based approach to improve function, relieve discomfort and empower patients to take an active role in their health.
Outside of the clinic, I enjoy working out, travelling to other countries, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.

I am currently accepting new patients! 

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Dr. Matt Pym

Doctor of Chiropractic

Medical Acupuncture Provider

I graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2014, and hold an honours specialization degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario. I am a Certified Medical Acupuncture provider, which I attained through the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University in Hamilton. 

In Addition to traditional manual chiropractic care, I recognize the role the myo-fascial system can have on injury and am educated in Active Release and Graston instrument-assisted soft tissue techniques. Utilizing evidence-based principles, I place patient education at the forefront of my approach to care. 

Originally from Kincardine Ontario, when not in the clinic, I enjoy exploring the outdoors on my paddleboard or bicycle, sailing, and gardening. I am a licenced member in good standing with the Canadian Chiropractic Association, the Ontario Chiropractic Association, and the College of Chiropractors of Ontario.

I am currently accepting new patients!


Jonathan Louie, Resident Physiotherapist

I understand how pain and injuries can get in the way of life and the things you love to do. I completed my Masters of Physiotherapy from McMaster University after completing my Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia in my hometown of Vancouver.
As a lifelong athlete, I have played a variety of high-level, competitive sports including soccer, basketball, volleyball, track and field, and taekwondo. Having endured my fair share of injuries, I have experienced first-hand the power of physiotherapy and comprehensive treatment plans. I place emphasis on proper education and preventative rehabilitation as a part of my treatment sessions. I incorporate a holistic, client-centred approach to each session, being sure to address the root cause of issues and not just the symptoms to get you back to doing the things that you love.
In my free time, you can catch me at the theatre watching all the latest Marvel movies or shows and I am always on the hunt for a tasty meal at new restaurants. I always welcome a friendly game of pick-up basketball!


Tomas Rickus, RMT

I first obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree from McMaster University. Subsequently, my love of learning and the human body inspired me to complete my studies at Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2016.

In my accelerated year at Sutherland-Chan, I had the opportunity to treat many different conditions in clinics such as, Seniors Clinic, Multiple Sclerosis Clinic and Breast Cancer Clinic. I have extensive experience working alongside of all of our amazing practitioners as well as treating low back pain, persistent pain, acute sprains and strains, and much more.

I am also working as a full time instructor at Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy allowing me to bring my clinical knowledge into the classroom for the coming generations of Massage Therapists. Outside of the clinic, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling and golfing. I am a huge Toronto sports fan and you can bet I will be cheering on the Raptors every game!


Sharon Tan, RMT

A lifelong involvement in team sports led me to completing an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario, followed by a Diploma in Massage Therapy at Sutherland-Chan as well as becoming a Certified Personal Trainer. I continue to expand my understanding of the human body at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.

Treatments with me address the body systematically using both soft tissue therapy and active care. Slow, targeted manual release optimizes the nervous system in relaxing the body, while strength and mobility training encourages the brain to adapt to its new range of motion. I am particularly experienced in treating athletes for performance optimization, as well as patients with low back and jaw issues.

Outside of the clinic, I can be found continually challenging myelf with acrobatics and calisthenic training.


Emilia Wojtasiak, RMT

After I graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelors in General Arts with courses focusing on Kinesiology I decided to pursue my passion of the care of the human body at Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy to become a Registered Massage Therapist.

While at Sutherland-Chan I performed and studied scar tissue work, sports massage, manual lymph drainage, pre/post surgery treatment, and Swedish massage to help facilitate healing my patients. I focus my treatments on rehabilitating the body by manipulating it’s nervous system. I do so using techniques such as proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, therapeutic exercise, myofascial release, Swedish massage, and joint manipulation. I develop a specific treatment plan for each individual catered to their daily lives and personal goals!

Outside the clinic I enjoy camping, playing multiple sports, rock climbing, and travelling. I improve my understanding of the human body through my own activity and am always open to trying new things!

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Johnny Lo, RMT

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts from Trent University and teaching adult ESL for a couple of years I pursued a career in massage therapy. Graduating in 2016 with cum laude at the College of Massage & Hydrotherapy I branched out to various different types of clinics, from motor vehicle accident focused, to high performance gyms, to rehab/prehab oriented facilities. I highly value a big picture approach to treatments, realising that a symptom/complaint is often a small piece to something larger.
I also compete in high level sports, rock climb, cycle, run, and cross train when I am not at the clinic, or even doing one of those things between appointments. I am also a long time hobby photographer and podcast junkie.


After completing a Bachelor Of Arts degree focused on humanities and social work, I decided to pursue a diploma in Massage Therapy in an effort to continue to expand my knowledge and skills focused around healing, helping, and community. During my studies at Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy, I worked with a variety of patients & populations including seniors, pregnancy, mood and sleep disorders and conditions such as breast surgery scar work, arthritis, frozen shoulder, and muscle strains. I like to combine general Swedish massage with joint mobilizations, passive stretching, fascial techniques, and proprioceptive techniques to create unique treatments that address patient goals. I aim to combine treatment with effective therapeutic home care to achieve the best outcomes. I am fascinated by the mind-body connection that massage therapy can provide and love to see patients gain better body awareness as well as experience greater relaxation, and reduced stress and anxiety.


(Marie) Camille Assad, RMT

I graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy in BC, in 2009. I have worked as a massage therapist in Vancouver, New Zealand and the UK. 
After taking a break from my career to have a family and moving to Roncesvalles, I refreshed my knowledge at Kikkawa College.

I use a combination of therapeutic massage techniques and manual therapy, including, but not limited to: general Swedish massage, deep tissue techniques, joint mobilizations, trigger point release, myofascial release, cupping therapy and remedial exercise. As a therapist, I gear my treatments towards the needs of each individual client, their recovery, and educating them for the future

I love living in Roncesvalles with my family. In my spare time, you can often find me at hot yoga or in the park with my son.


Denise Taher, Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

I completed a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Brock University, Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from University of London, and is in the final stages of completion of my Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from Yorkville University. I have experience working on crisis lines, in the addictions field, and in complex mental health settings. I am an academic at heart and have a deep passion for helping people overcome the barriers that prevent them from leading their best and most fulfilling lives. 

My approach is holistic and integrative, meaning that I utilize techniques from a wide array of therapeutic modalities. These include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), solution-focused therapy (SFT), mindfulness-based strategies, and client-centred therapy. I do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach, so you can expect a treatment plan that will be tailored to your needs and goals.

Outside of the clinic, you can find me enjoying time with my friends and family, crushing personal records in the gym, and singing!


Heather Hrobsky, Psychotherapist, Social Worker, MSW, RSW

I completed a Master of Social Work through the University of Windsor, in addition to a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Linguistics at the University of Toronto. I have additional learning in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) as well as training in Gestalt Theory, Methodology and Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). As a Registered Social Worker, I have worked in community, hospital, and virtual setting in various roles - crisis worker, guided therapist, harm reduction specialist, psychotherapist, and mental health clinician. I have an interest in systems navigation as a tool for connecting to support and community. I am passionate about language - how our use of language impacts our experience and world-view, and how we can use language to support our mental and emotional health.
My therapeutic approach focuses on the experience of living and being human. I combine lived and professional experience to support individuals manage their mental and emotional health. My practice is informed largely by Gestalt Therapy – focus on the present and the importance of the therapist-client relationship. I seek to be trauma-informed and maintain an anti-oppressive practice; and I am always learning. 

I live in Toronto with my partner and kids, our dogs, and cats. I love running shoes, vintage porcelain, Turkish and Scandinavian dramas (with subtitles) and mystery novels. When not practicing, you might find me running with my dog, second-hand shopping, or hanging in the woods.

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