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Our Team

Dr. Elizabeth Hodgins BScN, DC, CAFCI

In 1992, Dr. Hodgins graduated from Centennial College for Nursing and, in 1995, graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She has nursing experience in orthopaedic, neurology, coronary care, intensive care, and burn care. In 2002, she graduated from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College with her Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Hodgins established Corunna Chiropractic in 2002, integrating her multidisciplinary background into the treatment centre.

Dr. Hodgins is dedicated to the community of Corunna, volunteering her time at many local venues. She’s proud to be a part of Corunna Chiropractic & Massage.

Email me at: drbeth@corrunachiropractic.ca

Dr. Jillian Drouin BSc, DC, CSCS

Dr. Drouin grew up in Corunna and attended St. Patrick’s secondary school where she was an active member in the community through involvement in sport and volunteering. In 2008, she graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Health and Exercise Science and a minor in Nutrition. She went on to obtain her Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2013. Dr. Drouin has experience with treating sport-related injuries and injuries of the extremities, as well as the spine. She plans on expanding her knowledge and experience in treating athletic injuries by volunteering with local teams, taking additional certification courses and obtaining a chiropractic specialization in sport medicine. Dr. Drouin enjoys being a part of the multidisciplinary clinic at Corunna Chiropractic & Massage and continuing with her involvement in the Lambton County community.

Email me at: drjillian@corunnachiropractic.ca

Theresa Bourne, RMT

Theresa is from the area and completed her secondary education at SCI&TS. In 2003, Theresa graduated from a three year massage therapy program at Lambton College. After she completed her provincial exams, she began working in 2003. She has taken extra training in joint manipulation, soft tissue release, neuromuscular integration and structural alignment, and myofascial release. Most of Theresa’s treatment experience is structured around treating clinical injuries and chronic conditions like arthritis and Parkinson’s disease.

Email me at: theresa@corunnachiropractic.ca

Heather Pollard, RMT

In 2009, Heather graduated from the 3 year massage therapy program at Lambton College. After successfully completing her Ontario Registration exams, she has become a member of CMTO and RMTAO. Heather has been at Corunna Chiropractic since the beginning of her career. She has worked with a variety of conditions such as fibromyalgia, tendonitis, shin splints, MS, scleroderma, and stress reduction.

Elise McDonald, RMT

Elise graduated from Lambton College’s 2-year Massage Therapy Program in June 2013, and completed her provincial registration exams in September 2013. She has been working with a variety of clients and conditions since she began practising, including clients with TMJ dysfunction, tendonitis, headaches, sciatic pain, joint replacements, plantar fasciitis, and generalized stress, along with a variety of other fascinating (in her opinion) conditions. She hopes to pursue further education in postural re-education and fascial release techniques

Sheila Gallagher, RMT

Sheila relocated to Sarnia in 2012 and pursued a new career in Massage Therapy. She graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Lambton College and began working as an RMT in January of 2016. She is passionate about her work as a manual therapist and strives to help her clients using a combination of relaxation work, deep tissue massage and assisted stretching. Sheila has additional training in yoga therapy and personal training. She uses this knowledge to educate her clients in creating simple mindful habits that will improve posture and comfort on a day-to-day basis. While she greatly enjoys the wide variety of client needs that come with working in a clinical setting, she most loves to see the progress of how massage helps create movement in an area that was previously stuck. And she particularly enjoys the challenge of working with head/neck/shoulder injuries, as well as working with individuals who are navigating anxiety, depression, and particularly stressful times in their lives.

Sheila is excited to be working as part of a team of manual therapists who collaborate to give their clients the best possible treatment outcome!

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