Dr. Paul Bondy
Having achieved great benefit through chiropractic care while playing various sports growing up, my passion for the profession led me to complete a 4-year undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor followed by a 4-year Doctorate in Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
My goal is to provide Lakeshore and the surrounding community with evidence-informed care which helps address and correct muscle and joint related problems while providing supportive care for those looking to maintain their current level of mobility.
I look forward to meeting all prospective patients while helping them achieve whatever postural/performance goals they may have.
Dr. Devin Humphrey, DC | BHK
CHIROPRACTOR | ACUPUNCTURE PROVIDER | TPI CERTIFIED
Growing up in Tecumseh I am an Essex-County native that is ambitious to give back to the community that I grew up in. Visiting a chiropractor on a regular basis as an adolescent athlete has helped guide me towards the path of becoming a chiropractor for my life-long career. After finishing an Undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor, I decided to attend the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College from which I graduated in 2016 after completing a 4-year Doctorate in Chiropractic degree.
I actively participate in a variety of sports from lacrosse, hockey and golf. My love for sports transfers over into the care of my patients, as I am medically trained with the Titleist Performance Institute for Golf and I assist as the chiropractor of the Windsor Clippers Junior B lacrosse team.
My goal is to deliver safe and effective care for each and every one of my patients. Using the diverse array of knowledge gained from both chiropractic college and the University of Windsor, I apply my diversified chiropractic techniques and Neurofunctional Acupuncture to formulate an individualized treatment for each patient.
Dr. Jennifer Strong
After graduating from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Science degree, Dr. Strong completed four years of intensive study at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. She runs a general family practice with a special interest in fertility and pregnancy care, pediatrics, and digestive support. She has received additional training through Autism Canada, 1st line therapy weight management courses, and specialized courses in pediatrics, bowel diseases, and as a birth Doula.
The goal as a Naturopathic Doctor is to teach and empower patients to restore their health naturally. By treating every patient as unique, a specific treatment plan is made according to their needs and goals. The emphasis is on preventative medicine, and to treat the underlying cause of disease, not just treat the symptoms. Dr. Strong is committed to providing natural health care in conjunction with your other health care providers to help you reach your health potential.
Outside of practicing medicine, Dr. Strong is married, has 2 young children, and a cute dog named Luna. She has quite an interest in cooking and staying up on the newest food trends.
Amanda Quilliam, RMT
Health and personal wellness have always been an important aspect in my life. Upon completing a four year undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor, I eagerly entered into the Massage Therapy Program. The program offered a variety of different techniques and assessments to allow the therapist to provide the most useful massage treatment for each patient.
Regular massage is a great way to increase overall health, as well as relaxation in daily life. My goal is to provide patients with a treatment fitting to their complaints, while offering a relaxing and comfortable environment.
I strongly believe that the services offered at Great Lakes Chiropractic work in union to offer the most beneficial and favourable end results, provided by individuals truly passionate about their professions.
Jennie Papineau, RMT
Jennie is a graduate of Canadian College Health, Science and Technology Massage Therapy Program. Health and wellness are very important to her and she feels massage therapy is an important element in maintaining a healthy mind and body.
Her mission as a therapist is to treat every individual according to their specific needs. Each session is customized to meet those needs by integrating various modalities of massage.
The combination of techniques used includes Trigger Point Therapy, Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage and teaching clients stretching or strengthening exercises. Jennie is committed to her personal growth and continuing education as a massage therapist.
Amy Jacobs, RMT
After working as a PSW for 15 years and having 4 kids, Massage Therapy peaked my interest as a way to stay in the health field and be more available at home. I graduated from the Canadian College Health, Science and Technology Massage Therapy program in 2016. I offer Swedish, deep tissue and relaxation massages. I’m also certified in myofascial cupping, kinesio taping and hot bamboo massage. My goal is to better my clients through progressive therapy, individualized to them. At the end of the day I find fulfillment in knowing I have helped make a positive impact in my clients’ lives.
Brandy Ridsdale, RMT
Brandy's interest in massage started after high school during training for aesthetics. During that time she tried massage therapy for the first time and started to continue consecutive treatments. She realized how much of an impact it made on relaxing the mind and body.
Soon after, she decided to enrol at CCHST in Windsor and graduated in 2005. Brandy feels that providing and receiving consistent massage therapy treatments creates the opportunity and fulfillment for a more balanced life. She has been practicing for over 9 years now and thoroughly enjoys her work.
CHIROPRACTOR | ACUPUNCTURE PROVIDER
Dr. Pam Mailloux-Masse was born and raised in Belle River, Ontario. She grew up playing competitive hockey and soccer and still enjoys staying active with spin classes and recreational sports. After graduating from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree, Dr. Mailloux-Masse completed four years of intensive study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto to become a doctor of chiropractic. Dr. Mailloux has experience treating a wide variety of patients and conditions ranging from post-operative rehabilitation to athletic injuries. Dr. Mailloux-Masse further continued her education and obtained her certification in Functional Integrative Acupuncture to help manage chronic pain and sports injuries.
Dr. Mailloux-Masse's goal is to provide safe and effective care to all of her patients. She is committed to providing you evidence based and patient centered care to help you reach your health goals.
Michelle Henry, RMT
Massage therapy is a second career for Michelle after 20 years in the auto industry. It has become her passion after graduating CCHST in 2010.
Her focus is on the needs of the client during a treatment, and she goes above and beyond to serve them.
Michelle specializes in deep tissue massage consisting of deep pressure and trigger point therapy. Modalities include: Thai Massage, Indian Head Massage, Sports Massage, and Aromatherapy. Her relaxation massages include high grade essential oils for stress, energy, deep relaxation and sinus decongestion.
Bailee Smith, RMT
I grew up in Sarnia, an active participant in sporting events including swim team, soccer, hockey, and cycling. My love for sports led me to Wilfrid Laurier University, where I pursued a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Physical Education. During my time at Laurier I was a member of the Women's Athletic Association and the Athletic Therapy club, which introduced me to a student athletic therapist position with the varsity swim team.
I found my passion for massage therapy treating swimmers before, during, and after events and practice sessions. Upon receiving my degree, I moved to Windsor to attend Canadian College of Health Science & Technology in order to make this dream a reality. I quickly became enamoured with the city of Windsor and its people, and the draw of this wonderful community led me to begin my practice here.
I have additional training in specialty courses including Advanced Sports Massage and Neural Matrix Soft Tissue Therapy, and I look forward to learning more in this extensive field of rehabilitation.