We are doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and have made some changes to ensure the health and safety of our staff and patients. All patients will be sent an email with the COVID-19 screening questions and consent form 24 hours prior to their appointment. A mask must be worn at all times while in the clinic.

We are limiting the amount of people in the clinic at a time and ask that you arrive for your scheduled appointment time. When you arrive for your appointment, please call or use the self check-in option before entering the clinic.

Your appointment time is reserved just for you. A late cancellation or missed visit leaves a hole in the therapists’ day that could have been filled by another patient. As such, we require 48 HOURS NOTICE for any cancellations or changes to your appointment. Patients who provide less than 48 hours notice, or miss their appointment, will be subject to a cancellation fee.

Telemedicine Appointments are offered by: Dr. Alicia Motuz, Dr. Michelle Pobega and Lindsay Wetmore. We require a credit card on file at time of booking a telemedicine appointment. Your payment information will be used to hold your appointment and in the event of a no show/late cancellation charge. Our data (JANE) is encrypted using 256 bit encryption. The same level of security as your bank uses to transfer information.

If you require supplements, we ask that you call ahead to pre-order them. Reception will prepare your order for pick up.

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Robin Bannon graduated from Kikkawa College in 2007. Previously I was a chef for 30 years. After having a severe back injury decided to change my career focus to massage therapy. It was important for me to be able to help people in their time of need. After being an RMT for 13 years, I have found my interest in rehabilitation and decreasing inflammation by food and supplementation.

My specialties include Swedish massage, myofascial and postional release.

Robin Bannon graduated from Kikkawa College in 2007. Previously I was a chef for 30 years. After ... Read More

Florence Chandanam graduated from ICT Kikkawa College in 2006. And is a member of the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario.

Florence has always wanted to be part of a healing profession and believes that one of life’s greatest gifts is to help other people.

Being a Massage Therapist for 10+ years and seeing different kinds of conditions and injuries in my practice, it still continues to amaze me with how the human body works and how massage therapy can help. Massage therapy is a passion for me because I’ve seen it work countless times and it will definitely help to relieve pain and other musculoskeletal conditions. One of the major contributors to illness is stress and Massage Therapy can play a vital role in relieving and managing stress in our daily lives. My technique is focused on general wellness as well as educating the client on the importance of a balanced lifestyle.

Her specialties include Swedish, Myofasical, Trigger Point, Positional, Visceral Release, Cupping, Pre/Post Pregnancy and treatment for Migraines.

Florence Chandanam graduated from ICT Kikkawa College in 2006. And is a member of the College of... Read More

Registered Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Practitioner

All my life I’ve always had a passion for nature, health and helping people. I studied Biology and Psychology at the University of Toronto and was often questioned why I studied 2 very unrelated majors. I learned a lot about plant & animal life and human behaviour & environment, however, it wasn’t until I was introduced to Chinese Medicine at Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TSTCM) and at the Institute of Traditional Medicine (ITM) where I finally bridged the gap.

The application of natural remedies, from plants, roots, leaves, flowers and animal parts, to treating the human body as a whole and how it relates to one’s environment was the main premise of Chinese Medicine. This is was what solidified my career path. My purpose was to help as many people as I could achieve optimal health naturally and to prevent major illness before it starts by finding the underlying root cause instead of just treating the physical symptoms.

In my practice, I use Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnostic tools such as Tongue and Pulse Diagnosis and Meridian Palpation to identify where your blockages may be. Depending on what you need, I use a combination of Acupuncture, Fire Cupping and Nutritional & Herbal Medicine to bring balance back to the body so it can amplify its own healing capacity.

My goal is to actively reach out to the community and spread the importance of natural health, disease prevention and lifelong wellness. It is my greatest honour to be a part of the Elevated Health and Wellness Team and I look forward to being a part of your journey to a better and healthier, pain-free life.

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Eleni Hunt graduated from Canadian Therapeutic College and Hydrotherapy in 2002. She is a member of the college of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO)

Eleni has been an RMT for the past 16 years. Started off working with a chiropractor moving on to open her own clinic with 3 other RMT’s. For the past 10 years Eleni has been working out of her home here in Georgetown; “Seeing everything from motor vehicle accidents, pre/post pregnancy, migraine headaches to sciatica. This job definatly keeps me so fufilled as a therapist, being able to help people every day to feel the best they can in their skin”

Eleni’s treatment style is a mixture of swedish massage, myofacial release, trigger point therapy and stretching.

Eleni specializes in treatments of low back pain, sciatica, headaches and tendinitis.

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Going from being a personal trainer and coaching fitness classes, to working in law enforcement, as well as the oil fields, Alisha enters the clinic with great life experience and overall knowledge.

Alisha grew up as a competitive athlete playing several sports such as soccer, volleyball, track & field, and martial arts. She learned that sometimes pushing your body to its limit has consequences physically and mentally. She suffered on-going injuries and has successfully recovered as a result of seeing different health care professionals and listening to her body.

After having experienced the benefits of massage first-hand, she decided to enrol into the Registered Massage Therapy (RMT) program where she learned massage treatments for prenatal, infant, stroke, sport therapy, respiratory issues, migraines, stress and various uses of hydrotherapy to name a few.

Her goal now is to apply this collective knowledge in a practical setting and help those who need it. We all want the same goal: to be as healthy as we can be. We may be at different stages, but we’re in this together.

Alisha is a Level 1 Fascial Stretch Therapist and has her cupping certification.

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After a personal experience I decided to start my career in Rehabilitation Sciences, first I studied Occupational Therapy and after a few years I studied Physiotherapy to be able to treat my patients in an integral way in Venezuela.

After more than 15 years working with patients with orthopedic and neurological conditions, I began to explore the world of fascia, what it is and how it works, which led me to Osteopathy, so I decided to embark on this journey and become one here in Canada.

I obtained my Diploma as an Osteopathy Manual Practitioner from The National Academy of Osteopathy and now I am able to approach the patient as a whole and effectively apply the necessary techniques to treat any dysfunction.

Currently I am studying to obtain my certification as a Visceral Manipulation Practitioner with the International Alliance of Health Practitioners at the Barral Institute.

After a personal experience I decided to start my career in Rehabilitation Sciences, first I stu... Read More

After being a high school chemistry teacher for almost ten years, Alicia left a teaching and coaching career she enjoyed to follow her true passion - helping and guiding others on their journey toward a healthier life - pursuing her dream of becoming a Naturopathic Doctor. In November of 2016 she opened her own clinic, Elevated Health & Wellness, surrounding herself with others who share the same vision and passion for helping people.

Alicia’s focus in practice is on hormone balancing, adjunctive cancer care, digestive issues, IV infusion therapy, and mental health. By creating a safe space for her patients, she is able to look at the entire individual when determining the root cause of disease for treating the mind, body, and spirit.

Alicia meets the Standard of Practice to therapeutically prescribe restricted substances such as bio-identical hormones, desiccated thyroid, B12 shots, and high dose vitamin D.

With a focus on continuing education and professional growth, Alicia is a proud member of the following professional organizations: CAND OAND ONCANP AARM B2C

After being a high school chemistry teacher for almost ten years, Alicia left a teaching and coac... Read More

Dr. Michelle Pobega, ND is in the business of transformations. She helps her clients feel their best, find their confidence, improve their self-esteem, and shine bright by helping them take back control of their embarrassing and uncomfortable digestive problems.

Michelle is no stranger to bloating and bellyaches. Digestion has been her weakest link since university. While completing 4 years of undergrad at McMaster University, she stressed out emotionally and mentally, stayed up excessively late to study, and ate her feelings (which was typically an abundance of chocolates and coffee). The effects of these behaviors snowballed and followed her to The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She developed food sensitivities (gluten is still her worst enemy) and “Irritable Bowel Syndrome” (IBS) with symptoms like bloating, abdominal pains, gas, etc; she taxed her adrenal glands (stress glands) and often felt like she was on an emotional rollercoaster, all of which made her digestion worse. It left her feeling defeated, self-conscious, out of control, exhausted, and miserable.

Thankfully, her time studying naturopathic medicine helped her recognize what was going on and begin to systematically address it. She was able to successfully manage her digestion and in turn, was able to find her confidence and feel comfortable in her own skin again. The journey of healing herself inspired her focus on helping others optimize their digestion, take control back of their lives, feel empowered, and thrive.

Dr. Michelle, ND has completed a four year Honors Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University, followed by four years of full-time study at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is registered to practice and regulated by The College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO) and is a member in good standing with both the Ontario and Canadian Associations of Naturopathic Medicine.

To learn more about Dr. Michelle, ND you can view her personal website www.drmichellend.ca or follow her on instagram @dr.michelle_nd

Dr. Michelle Pobega, ND is in the business of transformations. She helps her clients feel their b... Read More

Lindsay holds a Masters degree in Social Work and is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). Lindsay’s primary area of focus is trauma, specifically, supporting those who have experienced and are healing from traumatic events or who have been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Lindsay has been trained in, and works from, many evidence based practices such as: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Emotions Focused Therapy (EFT).

Although Lindsay holds a special interest in supporting those recovering from trauma, she also has vast experience supporting those managing anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, grief and significant life stressors. Lindsay’s role is to meet you where you are at, support you non-judgementally and respond empathically as you move towards healing.

Lindsay will offer an emotionally safe space where she will begin to support you in uncovering thoughts and emotions that may have you feeling “stuck”, reflect back patterns and offer differing perspectives that may support you in decisions that will move you towards growth and change. While everyone faces challenges, how we navigate through these can be important in strengthening our relationship with ourselves and with others.

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