WHY CHOOSE US
WHAT WE DO
Meet The Team
Dr. Cameron Read
B.Kin, DC, Acupuncture Provider
Dr. Read is a Kingston native, and his athletic upbringing lead him to complete a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from Brock University in 2011. He then obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, where he graduated Cum Laude with clinical honours distinction. In addition to his chiropractic training, Dr. Read is certified in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University, and has received training in concussion management through the Shift Concussion Management Program.
Dr. Read combines a comprehensive functional assessment with a number of different tools, including manipulative and soft tissue therapies, medical acupuncture, and active rehabilitation in his approach to injury management. Combined with his evidence-informed, patient-centered model of care, Dr. Read is committed to helping his patients reach optimal function, performance, and overall health and well-being.
Dr. Mallory Kohlmeier
B.Sc, DC, Acupuncture Provider
Dr. Mallory Kohlmeier was born and raised in Sarnia, Ontario. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Biology and Psychology in 2011 from Wilfred Laurier University, where she was a member of the women’s varsity basketball team. She recently graduated with clinic honours in June of 2015 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr. Kohlmeier’s approach to chiropractic care includes a combination of manipulative therapy, soft tissue therapy, contemporary medical acupuncture, active rehabilitation, and patient education. She has obtained additional certification in the assessment and management of concussions through the Shift Concussion Management Program, as well as Webster Technique that focuses on chiropractic care for pre- and post-natal women. Dr. Kohlmeier has a special interest in working with athletes, elderly patients, and the prenatal population. She is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for her patients, while incorporating patient-centered and evidence-based medicine.
Dr. Harold (“Harry”) Matheson
B.A, DC, Acupuncture Provider
Dr. Matheson is a member of a military family and a Kingston native who was active in academics, athletics, and recreation from an early age. It was his passion for academics and athletics that sent him to Illinois for boarding school, and then to Maine to attend Bowdoin College where he competed as an NCAA student-athlete in hockey until 2014. Dr. Matheson spent two years in Europe living in Germany and the Netherlands while playing professional hockey prior to returning to Canada to continue his education. His attention focused to studying chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, where he graduated with Summa Cum Laude honours in 2020. During his time at CMCC, he also completed training in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University.
Dr. Matheson believes that a full functional assessment of the nervous and musculoskeletal systems is key to understanding injury and dysfunction. He is intent on combining the use of acupuncture and manual techniques, including soft tissue therapies and manipulation, while emphasizing the need for active rehabilitation in both injury recovery and prevention. Dr. Matheson has an enthusiasm for fitness, health and nutrition that extends beyond the clinic doors into his everyday life, and is excited to serve the community that has shaped him.
Dr. Steacy Huff
CAT(C), D.C., Acupuncture Provider
Dr. Steacy Huff was born and raised in Kingston, Ontario. She has always had a passion for sports, which ultimately lead her into Athletic Therapy after high school. She graduated with an Athletic Therapy degree from Sheridan College in 2017, where she was able to participate in a variety of placements with various sports teams during her 4-year education. Following her Athletic Therapy degree, Steacy attended Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College to pursue her dream of becoming a Chiropractor. Steacy first joined our team in February 2021 to complete her clinical externship under Dr. Mallory Kohlmeier. She then graduated from CMCC in June 2021, and is now joining us full-time as a permanent practitioner.
Steacy has a special interest in treating athletes, pre/post-natal populations, and women’s health. She has also obtained certification in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy, as well as Injury Taping. She is currently enrolled in the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program through McMaster University. Dr. Huff’s main goal is to provide an environment for her patients’ concerns to be heard, to learn about the root cause of their pain, and ultimately the opportunity to heal and prevent their pain from recurring.
Dr. Dylan Rodgers
Dylan Rodgers graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston where he completed his Bachelor of Science (Hons.) with an emphasis in human physiology and neuroanatomy. He then completed his chiropractic training at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto Ontario. Dr. Rodgers furthered his education by completing a three year fellowship in Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation at the Carrick Institute for Graduate studies. He is also a member of the World Federation for Neurorehabilitation.
Dr. Rodgers is dedicated to helping patients, professionals and fellow clinicians improve their health and practice. He constantly strives to improve his practice outcomes for his patients with regular professional development in the areas of neuroscience, vestibular rehabilitation, nutrition and pain disorders.
Registered Massage Therapist
BKin, RMT, MScPT
Harry comes from a diverse background of strength and conditioning, massage therapy and most recently a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy. This combination offers a unique approach to therapy derived from a variety of rehabilitative experiences. Some of these experiences include neurological and orthopedic rehab in hospital settings, as well as injury prevention and management through appropriate exercise prescription. Harry’s approach to care includes therapeutic massage treatments, as well as education on modifications clients can apply to their activities of daily living, and functional exercise to improve and/or prevent injuries.
Harry is knowledgeable about the impact that uncomfortable muscle strain, tension and injury can have on your overall well-being. Because of this, Harry takes a holistic and functional approach when providing therapy.
Registered Massage Therapist
Sarah graduated from Humber College with an advanced diploma in Massage Therapy. It is Sarah’s passion for helping others that drove her to become a Registered Massage Therapist, and dedicate her career to helping people heal in a holistic way. Sarah has experience treating clients with chronic pain, postural strain, and a variety of athletic injuries.
Sarah is dedicated to creating a treatment plan that incorporates both manual therapies and exercises to help address her clients’ impairments and reach their individual goals. Sarah is passionate in helping her clients improve their mobility, decrease pain, and enhance their overall wellbeing.
Amanda brings a wealth of insight into excellent customer service experience. Amanda holds a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management and has discovered a love for customer service within the medical field where she can create close bonds with patients. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys exploring our beautiful province by skiing, hiking, camping, and keeping active.