Joshua, who was born and raised in Waterloo, is excited for his opportunity to return to the region and begin his practice. Growing up he had a strong interest in hockey, golf, football and baseball. He was introduced to the world of chiropractic through various sports-related injuries which sparked his interest and passion for the profession.
Joshua graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science, Honours, degree. During his time there he participated in the co-op program seeking out many different work experiences. During his time away from school, Joshua worked in the research department conducting studies within the field of biomechanics and officiated hockey in Waterloo and Toronto, something he still does today. He has also spent time volunteering his services to be the trainer for the Kitchener Jr Rangers Bantam AAA team for a year and running an annual Golf Tournament raising funds and awareness for Motionball Canada and Special Olympics.
Following graduation, Joshua continued his studies at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic. Here he gained the tools and knowledge to become a well-rounded evidence-based chiropractor. Joshua strives to provide the most for his patients by educating them about their condition and returning them to their daily activities.
Joshua’s practice style includes spinal and extremity manipulation and mobilization therapy, soft tissue therapy, rehabilitation exercises and education. He has a strong interest in the field of golf and is currently pursuing his certification with the Titleist Performance Institute to better assess golfers and rid them of pain and restrictions within their swing. He has also completed training for Physiotherapy Exercise and Physical Activity for Knee osteoarthritis which he strives to include in his practice.
When not in the clinic, Joshua can be found around the city on a golf course, in a rink or touring local parks and trails with his dog Benny.
Joshua, who was born and raised in Waterloo, is excited for his opportunity to return to the regi...
After completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario in 2003, Greg moved to Whistler to experience the West Coast. Following this, he began his Master’s of Physical Therapy at D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY and graduated in May 2006. More recently, Greg has completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
“You don’t have to be an athlete or suffer from chronic pain in order to benefit from physiotherapy - it is for everyone! I strongly believe in patient education to help foster an overall improvement in quality of life.”
Most of Greg’s patients have experienced great relief with active and preventive physiotherapy in their work and daily lives. Greg’s focus is on orthopedic patients in various populations, where one-to-one manual therapy and patient-centred care are emphasized. Greg is very passionate about Differential Diagnosis and strives to provide the highest level of assessment by educating his patients not only on their current injury but also by creating an understanding of how to avoid future injury. Continuing education is very important to Greg, and he has completed post-graduate training in vestibular rehabilitation and acupuncture.
No doctor’s note required! Physiotherapists accept all physician prescriptions/referrals.
After completing his undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario in 2003, Greg move...
Carolyn completed her undergraduate degree in mathematics at Queen’s University before completing her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario in 2009. She first spent her career working in orthopedics and sports rehabilitation then turned her focus to pelvic physiotherapy and now exclusively practices in pelvic physiotherapy.
“I am passionate about working in this specialized field of physiotherapy. There can be such a dramatic improvement in function, and well-being can be achieved in this very important - and often not talked about - area of people’s lives. It is important to me that pelvic health and its symptoms can be talked about and thought of in a comfortable and confident way.”
She is active in continuing her postgraduate education and has taken numerous courses in women’s and men’s pelvic health treatment, as well as courses in manual therapy and acupuncture.
Carolyn is proud to be a local resident of Wilmot Township and its wonderful community. As a mother of three, Carolyn can relate first hand to the effects pelvic symptoms can have on a person’s life. Empowering people to be able to help themselves regain a feeling of well-being through education and exercises is very important in Carolyn’s practice.
Carolyn completed her undergraduate degree in mathematics at Queen’s University before completing...
Kris Long is a registered massage therapist who graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2018.
With over 25 years of experience in the alternative healthcare community, she brings a unique twist on massage and wellness.
Kris is trained in a variety of modalities such as reflexology, hot stone massage, Traditional Chinese Medicinal Acupuncture, reiki, ayurvedic scalp massage, mindfulness, and Neuro-linguistic programming.
Kris is always learning, growing and is currently training in Quantum healing.
Kris provides one-hour long treatments that encompass the full body, with a focus on alignment of body systems, mind, body, and spiritual wellness.
Focus of care is deep relaxation, mindfulness, and connecting clients into their bodies to promote healing within the para-sympathetic nervous system.
Her goal is to empower, inspire, and uplift others into a better state of health and wellness.
Please note: Scent sensitivity
Skip the scents.
Please refrain from wearing any scented products or other scents on the day of your treatment. Kris has a severe scent allergy.
Scents can include: deodorant, perfumes, colognes, fabric softeners, lotions, body care products, soaps etc.
Please come in as scent free as possible.
Thank you for your understanding.
Kris Long is a registered massage therapist who graduated from the Canadian College of Massage an...
Mike joined our team at LiveWell in 2018. He attended the University of Waterloo where he completed his Honours Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. While working through his Honours degree Mike also participated in the honours co-op program, giving him the opportunity to work in a diverse array of fields ranging from biomechanics research to designing patient exercise programs for individuals undergoing various cancer treatments. Mike then furthered his education by completing his Masters of Physiotherapy degree at McMaster University. During his Masters Mike also gained placements in orthopedics, hospital acute care, and spinal cord injury rehabilitation.
Throughout his undergraduate studies, Mike played rugby, both through the university and also for the Waterloo County RFC. Mike aims to give his patients the tools they need to perform effective home exercise programs and ensures they receive a balance of manual therapy techniques and exercise management. He believes that continued education is essential to providing effective physiotherapy care.
Outside of the office, Mike prefers to spend time with his wife, daughter and son, friends and family. He has a passion for staying active with sports and personal fitness, and also enjoys reading, music and spending time outdoors.
We are overjoyed to have Mike as an integral part of our team and welcome his desire to make a positive impact in this area.
Mike joined our team at LiveWell in 2018. He attended the University of Waterloo where he complet...
Danielle is a Canadian Certified Pedorthist and Pedorthic Technician with over 20 years of experience in orthopedics.
She specializes in hand crafted custom made orthotics, orthopaedic footwear including footwear modifications and compression stockings. Her professionalism, excellent clinical skills, and insights into patient’s ailments are just a few of Danielle’s strong attributes.
Danielle completed her Pedorthic Certification through the College of Pedorthics in 1996, after several years as an apprentice.
After completing her specialized Certification, she worked for several years at orthotics clinics in her home city of Burlington, Ontario.
In 2003, Danielle, started The Foot Smith, which continues to grow to this day. During this time she also worked for 4 years in other orthotics clinics in Waterloo and Cambridge.
She regularly attends seminars to update her knowledge as a Pedorthist to learn new techniques, materials and gain insight. She enjoys volunteering as a proctor for the Pedorthic College for new Pedorthists entering the industry.
When she is not in the office, Danielle enjoys spending quality time with her husband Jonathan and her three children, Issaac, Samuel and Iris. If not at the dojo, soccer or pool, Danielle can be found with her family camping, gardening or relaxing with family and friends.
Danielle is dedicated to providing professional, knowledgeable and compassionate care. It is this passion that drives her desire to provide a high level of care and commitment to craftsmanship that everyone deserves.
Danielle is a Canadian Certified Pedorthist and Pedorthic Technician with over 20 years of experi...
Tammy has been with Livewell since 2015 and has been practicing as an Osteopath for 4 years. Prior to that she worked as a Massage Therapist for several years and has a background in hospice massage.
Tammy’s treatments focus on science based manual techniques to treat musculoskeletal pain or general maintenance of the body. Her treatments are a combination of soft tissue massage, joint mobilizations, stretches, and strengthening exercises. She also offers cranial sacral therapy, visceral manipulation and manual lymph drainage. She strives to tailor her treatments specific to each patient’s needs to get them feeling their best.
In her spare time she enjoys living a healthy active lifestyle and spending as much time as she can outdoors.
Tammy has been with Livewell since 2015 and has been practicing as an Osteopath for 4 years. Prio...