Dr. Heick is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and a practicing chiropractor since 1993. She has been the proud owner of Waterloo North Chiropractic & Massage since 1994. Dr. Heick likes a holistic approach to taking care of your family’s health. She believes in lifelong wellness to allow you to reach your goals and enjoy your everyday activities. She is certified in acupuncture and laser therapy and uses these therapies to help facilitate the healing process. As a Certified Animal Chiropractor, your pet’s health and wellbeing is as important to Dr. Heick as any other member of your family. Dr. Heick has been adjusting animals since 1994 and continues a small animal chiropractic practice at the office.
Dr. Heick is a lifetime professional member of the American Veterinary chiropractic Association (AVCA). AVCA professional membership is limited to licensed doctors of chiropractic and licensed doctors of veterinary medicine who are certified in animal chiropractic by the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the AVCA, the primary national credential for this profession in North America. These doctors have successfully completed the Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the AVCA certification requirements which included successfully passing an AVCA approved postgraduate program (a minimum of 210 hours) in animal chiropractic. Certification is distinct from licensure in that it is voluntary and requires re-certification to maintain the credential. ACCC/AVCA Certified Doctors are required 30 hours of continuing education every three years to keep certification current.
Dr. Blackburn received an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster prior to graduating top of her class from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2008. She is a Graston Technique Provider, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and has training in Laser therapy, Active Release Techniques – Spine and Athletic Movement Assessment.
Dr. Blackburn incorporates manual techniques and therapies to help patients get well and function at their best. She helps infants to the elderly, office workers to athletes. Dr. Blackburn achieved her Advanced 2 Examination in Classical Ballet in 2003, completed the Boston Marathon in 2009, the New York City Marathon in 2013 and raced in the Long Distance Triathlon World Championships in Sweden in 2015. Dr. Blackburn is the President of the Waterloo Regional Chiropractic Society.
Dr. Clarkson was born and raised in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where she attended the University of New Brunswick receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2010. She completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College graduating in 2015. Dr. Clarkson obtained her Contemporary Medical Acupuncture certification at McMaster University. She currently holds certification in Webster Technique and is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA). Dr. Clarkson uses a combination of manual therapies and instrument assisted techniques to facilitate the healing process.
Lori-Anne has worked at WNCM as an RMT since 1998. She received her Massage Therapy diploma from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic in Toronto in 1998. Lori enjoys her profession and offers deep tissue to relaxation massage. She is interested in TMJ dysfunction and headache treatments as well as pregnancy massage. She has two boys, Max and Cole. To book your appointment with Lori-Anne, click here.
Adrienne graduated from Darcy Lane Massage Therapy School in 1992 and worked in a spa in Toronto for two years prior to moving back to Waterloo. Adrienne worked out of her home for several years while raising her two children. In 2003 she joined WNCM. Hot stone and deep tissue treatments are her specialty. To book your appointment with Adrienne, click here.
Bobbie-Jo received her diploma from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2004 and has been working at WNCM since she graduated. Bobbie-Jo offers deep tissue, hot stone, pregnancy, and relaxation massage. Bobbie-Jo, her husband Kurt and their sons Luke and Deaks and Jake live in Waterloo. To book your appointment with Bobbie-Jo, click here.
Paige has been working as a Registered Massage Therapist in Kitchener-Waterloo since receiving her diploma from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Paige treats a wide range of conditions and also offers hot stone, pregnancy and relaxation massage. She lives in Wellesley with her husband Jeff, their kids Maverick, Maisie, Weston and their dogs Jaxson and Paisley. To book your appointment with Paige, click here.
Jenelle graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a BA in Psychology before attending the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Jenelle has been practicing since 2013. She offers deep tissue work, fascial work, pregnancy, hot stone and relaxation massages. Her priority is to get you feeling better and back to daily activities as soon as possible with a massage specifically tailored for each client. To book your appointment with Jenelle, click here.
Craig has been a Registered Massage Therapist with Waterloo North Chiropractic and Massage since 2015.
Renee received her training at The Reflexology Training School of Ontario, and is a certified Registered Reflexology Practitioner (RRPr) with eleven years of experience. She is a member of the Reflexology Registration Council of Ontario, The Grand River Reflexology Association and has worked as a volunteer at HopeSpring Cancer Centre in Kitchener.
Renee offers foot, hand and facial reflexology in a peaceful, serene environment, utilizing various relaxing elements such as soft music and warm jade stones.
Renee enjoys spending time with her four grown children, being involved at Creekside Church in Waterloo and hiking and cycling with friends.
To book your appointment with Renee, click here.
Tricia has been a Nutritionist for 17 years, and certified as an Iridologist 3 years ago. Offering consultations that help clients understand the foundations of individualized nutrition and integrative healing, Tricia uses Iridology as a tool to address underlying health concerns and understand where the body is out of balance. Tricia is a a cancer survivor, an animal lover and a self proclaimed ‘tree hugger’, who is thrilled to be working with WNCM, and offering her holistic perspective.
Kait has been a receptionist at Waterloo North Chiropractic and Massage since early 2010. She lives in Waterloo with her husband Jim and their two rescue cats, Soldier and Loki. Kait enjoys music, experimenting with food and working on charity fundraisers.
Judy is our insurance specialist and holds the distinction of being employed by the clinic longer than anyone, including Dr. Heick! Judy is an avid rider and spends her free time at the barn with her horse, Theo. Wife, mother, and grandmother of 2, her life is full.
Kellie was born and raised in Waterloo and obtained a Bachelor of Environmental Studies, Geography from the University of Waterloo. She married her high school sweetheart and has 2 boys. She has moved around a few times and also calls Ottawa and Malmö, Sweden her other home cities.
Kellie has a keen interest in healthy living and has received chiropractic treatment since she was a child involved in many sports. She has almost 10 years experience working in chiropractic offices here at Waterloo North Chiropractic and Massage and in Ottawa.
To keep active, Kellie likes to swim, hike, take walks and do yoga.
While living abroad, Kellie was able to concentrate on her love of photography and add several countries to her list of travel bringing that total up to over 30.
Alysha started at WNCM as a high school co-op student with Dr. Heick. She has stayed on as part of the reception team while completing her undergraduate degree in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph. She has experience working with animals from volunteering at the K-W and Guelph Humane Societies and horseback riding. She loves to play with her dog Georgia, her cat Faith, and her snake Lilly in her spare time.
Mary-Kathryn was a children’s and teen librarian at a public library for seven years before joining the reception team at WNCM. She enjoys reading, crochet and doing genealogy research.
Kim joined the reception team in 2017, and brings an eclectic skill set to WNCM. A devoted animal lover, Kim has worked and volunteered for equine rescue organizations such as Colorado Horse Rescue and The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada. She continues to advocate for donkeys, our “forgotten” equines, by conducting donkey care workshops across Canada and the U.S. with her husband, Chris. At home, Kim spends as much time as she can with her horse, Dancer, and in her workshop.