Dr. Anna Kolomitseva, Licensed Naturopathic Doctor
Dr. Anna is on a mission to help you become independently healthy by providing long-term solutions with fewer side-effects. She does not believe in a band-aid solution and digs deeper into your health history to uncover and remove obstacles to your health goals.
Growing up, Dr. Anna was always passionate about movement and has been involved in ballet, modern dance and Ukrainian dance since a very young age. Her love for the human body and science has led her to pursue studies in Chemistry at York University followed by studies at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, where she earned her degree as a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Anna is certified in FirstLine Therapy, a weight management lifestyle program which focuses on the underlying causes of chronic illness by incorporating a sensible eating plan, exercise, nutritional supplementation and stress management.
Her practice focuses on healthy weight loss, pain and stress management, cupping, nutritional counselling and acupuncture.
She is also a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) and the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND).
Dr. Anna is fluent in both Russian and Ukrainian languages.
Dr. Michael Rodney is a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine and graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2000. He has served on the board of examiners for the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board. He is the founder and owner of the Madison Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic since its inception in 2001. His clinical focus has been on sports injury, motor vehicle accidents, WSIB claims, and wellness care. He also measures and fits support stockings and custom made orthotics that help improve gait and overall function. Dr. Michael Rodney hopes to help improve the life of his patients by helping to relieve their pain, improve their function and educate them so that they can become an effective partner in their optimal health.
Erin strongly believes that massage therapy plays a key role in dealing with many of life’s stressors, and is essential for long-term health and wellness. As a registered massage therapist her goal Is to help you manage your physical or stress related injury by designing a comprehensive and safe treatment plan and utilizing a number of techniques and modalities. Her main focus is Deep connective tissue techniques to release trigger points and fascial restrictions.
Out side work she lives a busy life as a ‘sports’ mom and she manages to balance continual learning of the alternative health care field and a love for fine art.
Jackie is currently studying at OCAD University for her Bachelor in Fine Art; majoring in Painting with a minor in Sculpture & Installation. Jackie is also beginning a summer apprenticeship with a famous Toronto artist (you will have to ask her about it.) Before working at the Madison, Jackie worked at the Toronto Island airport where she discovered her love for aviation and travel. Jackie is motivated by the active lifestyle propagated by the clinic and gym and is very eager to improve her own fitness level.
Jessica has been a member of the MCC team since 2007 as a Communications Officer and Health Assistant. Born and bred in England, Jessica was educated in Social Work and has since been working with medical doctors.
From the moment you walk in the door, you will be welcomed with Jessica’s warm smile and friendly disposition. She will provide you with all of the assistance you need to ensure a positive, enjoyable, healthful experience.
Julie Den Tandt, R.M.T. is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan school of Massage and has a B.A. in Biology from Wilfrid Laurier University. She has worked in a variety of massage therapy settings ranging from rehab clinics to the Park Hyatt Stillwater Spa. Her specializations include musculoskeletal injuries and joint dysfunctions related to sports injuries, whiplash and tendonitis.
A large component of her practice also deals with clients who experience chronic back and neck tension related to postural dysfunction and everyday stresses. Julie’s philosophy is that massage stimulates healing by providing relaxation, increased energy flow and balance through the power of touch.
Mania holds a bachelor degree in Computer Science. After several years in information technology, Mania awoke to the realization that her passion was in helping people and thus, in 2003, she pursued her passion and registered to become a massage therapist.
She graduated in 2005 from Sutherland-Chan in Toronto, after which she went to Thailand to get some practical experience in Traditional Thai Massage. Her main area of focus is pain management and relief by bringing the mind, body and spirit into harmony with each other.
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Ram is a Registered Kinesiologist who understands that psychological and emotional wellness is just as important as physical wellness. Therefore, he trains and educates people with this mindset.
It is important to understand that your physical bodies are a part of a much larger entity in the scheme of things. The integration of the physical aspect of wellness must be approached with respect to the psychological and emotional aspects to say the least. Thus, when treating people, kinesiology plays a necessary, specific and crucial role on the path to wellness and in maintaining wellness.
Vince graduated from Dalhousie University in 2005 with a BSc in physiotherapy with honours. Since graduating, Vince´s passion for health and wellness has been his drive and attributed to his success. During the past two years he worked at the world renowned Royal National Orthopedic Hospital, London UK, a facility known for its clinical excellence. Working as a senior physiotherapist with specialty consultants in the management of many orthopedic conditions, sports medicine and chronic pain means Vince will give exemplary care and attention to your needs.