Amber-Leigh was born and raised in Bayfield, Ontario. She attended elementary school at St. Mary’s in Goderich and continued her education at St. Anne’s CSS in Clinton. After perusing a career in Interior Decoration from Fanshawe College, it soon came upon her realisation that it is not her passion. She worked for a few years in the decoration field and then discovered that her true passion lies in massage therapy.
Amber-Leigh went to Westervelt College in London, Ontario for massage therapy where she graduated in 2012, and was soon thereafter Registered with The College of Massage Therapist of Ontario. Since then she has been working at the Clinton Chiropractic & Wellness center providing massage therapy. Amber-Leigh is an active participant in the community and regularly volunteers at different local events as a massage therapist. Such events include The Run Around the Square in Goderich, The Safe Harbour Run in Bayfield, and the Relay For Life in Goderich.
Amber-Leigh focuses on rehabilitation and therapeutic massage. She has extensive experience working with Motor Vehicle Accident clients that have sustained minor or major injuries to help clients get back to normal daily life.
Since January 2016 Amber-Leigh has been teaching at The Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in Cambridge, Ontario. Her positions at the College vary from Clinic/Outreach Supervisor to Teaching Assistant and now she is a Lead Instructor at the College teaching Professional Practice. She enjoys her teaching position and the ability to impact new up and coming massage therapist to grow in their skills and knowledge.
Amber-Leigh also has plans on taking a Massage Cupping course in June 2018, which she will then be offering at the Clinton Chiropractic & Wellness Centre. She also has an interest in Pelvic Dysfunction and how it relates to your overall body function.
Some of the conditions that Amber-Leigh has had great results in treating include:
Chelsie completed her Massage Therapy Diploma in August 2016 at Georgian College in Barrie, ON. She has been working as a licensed Massage Therapist since February 2017. Chelsie has experience in treating a wide range of patients from chronic pain, overuse injuries, sports related issues, paediatric and the general public. She has a passion for treating sports related issues, since Chelsie herself lives an active lifestyle which includes training and competing with horses.
Chelsie always acknowledges that each client is different and has different needs, therefore believes working with other health care practitioners is important in achieving and maintaining client goals whether it is winning a race or simply reducing stress through massage.
Chelsie is very dedicated towards her work in the health care field and finds great satisfaction in helping clients reach their unique goals whatever that may be.
Erin Marshall was born and raised north of Clinton, Ontario. After completing high school at Central Huron Secondary School, she moved on to a career in law and security, which took her all around the province. But something was always tugging at her to move to a career in health care and follow her passion for helping others.
In 2012, Erin attended the D'Arcy Lane Institute of Massage Therapy. She graduated in 2013, and was awarded the Clinical Award of Excellence for her class. She went on to successfully complete the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario Board examinations. Erin currently practises from her home office north of Clinton and is excited to join the dynamic team of practitioners at the Clinton Chiropractic & Wellness Centre in January 2016.
Since she was a young child, Erin has been heavily involved in sports and with horses. For many years, she played and coached soccer in the Clinton and Goderich area, and then attended Conestoga College and competed in soccer at the college level. Throughout high school, she competed in basketball, hockey, volleyball and curling. She also showed American Saddlebreds when she was young. That sports-based foundation and passion have instilled in her a greater understanding and awareness of sports-related injuries and pathologies pertaining to sports.
Erin's philosophy is that the human body is a fascinating thing, and when injured, the body should be allowed to do what it does best – heal itself, and that sometimes all that needs to be done is to remove the barriers that are holding your body back. Whether those barriers are stress, repetitive strain, anxiety or injury, massage can help move the healing process forward.
Erin believes that with any injury or pathology, a team-based treatment approach is always best. She works very closely with the patient's other health care providers and puts patient needs as her priority when treating. She feels that by complementing massage with other treatments, such as chiropractic care and physiotherapy, great results can be achieved. Therefore, Erin focuses her patient-centred treatments on each individual's need and concern. Treatment can focus around rehabilitation and therapeutic needs, as well as relaxation. Erin is very comfortable treating many conditions and pathologies, including patients suffering from any of the following:
Erin Also Offers:
Erin has also focused on treatment of and seen great success with patients who have specific disabilities, as well as patients who have difficulty communicating with their health care providers. Erin is available for house calls, should the patient not be able to visit the clinic.
Erin currently resides on a small property north of Clinton with her husband Kyle and young daughter, along with their many horses and animals. She loves being back in a rural community and looks forward to helping you address your health care concerns and being a part of your health care team.