Our Team

Dr. Brent Milljour

BPE, BEd, DC

Hometown: 

Winnipeg


Education: 

Doctor of Chiropractic, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, clinic honours (2015), University of Manitoba, Bachelor Degree in Physical Education (2009), Bachelor Degree in Education (2011)


Other Interests: 

team chiropractor and medical trainer for the Jr. B Listowel Cyclones, 

playing hockey, running, cycling, swimming, lifeguarding, CPR and First Aid instruction, Emergency Medical Responder


Awards: 

Terry Fox Humanitarian Award (2007), Recent Graduate Award of recognition from the Ontario Chiropractic Association (2016)


Treatment Philosophy:

strives to treat patients with the highest quality of chiropractic care by taking a natural approach, advocates prevention of illness through chiropractic maintenance care, proper nutrition and regular exercise


Treatment techniques:

 patient-focused treatment plans including chiropractic adjustments, corrective exercises, acupuncture and nutrition 

Dr. Kaitlyn Mitchell

BSc Kin, DC

Hometown:

Breslau


Education:

Doctor of Chiropractic, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, cum laude and clinic honours (2015),  Queen's University,  Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology Honours (2011)


Other Interests: 

teaching dance classes at the Listowel School of Dance and helping young children find their passion for dance, travelling, spending time in Point Clark in the summer with family


Awards: 

Dr. Howard Beasley Award for Excellence in Jurisprudence, from the College of Chiropractors of Ontario, Scott Wilson Graduation Award for high overall academic standing and excellence in Health Care Management and Business (2015)


Treatment Philosophy:

passion for dance and the performing arts has fuelled the drive to understand how the human body functions, and how to maximize life potential in every patient


Treatment techniques:

 manual and instrument-assisted (Activator methods)  adjustments , drop table, soft tissue therapy, special interest in treating pregnant women, babies and children 

Dr. Kristen Grubb

BHSc, DC

Hometown:

Waterloo


Education:

Doctor of Chiropractic, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (2019), University of Western Ontario, BHSc honours specialization in rehabilitation sciences  


Other Interests:

 baseball, swimming, cross country running, working with disadvantaged children teaching them about healthy living and exercise, volunteering at a rehabilitation hospital working with patients experiencing persistent symptoms of concussion and mild traumatic brain injury


Treatment philosophy:

growing up as a maintenance care patient, she has seen first-hand the benefit of getting adjusted regularly and staying well, and values the ability to work with a wide range of patients, building relationships and making a difference in the lives of patients


Treatment techniques:

manual hands on adjustments, activator methods, soft tissue therapy and exercises to help her patients reach their health goals whether that involves relieving pain or staying well 

Hali Morgan

RMT

Hometown

Minto


Education:

Registered Massage Therapy Diploma, Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (2018), 100 hour yoga teacher training, Indian Head Massage certification


Other Interests: 

Biology, Anatomy, Wellness 


Treatment Philosophy:

decrease the sympathetic nervous system (flight or flight) and increase the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest), to help alleviate the stresses almost all people experience daily, improve range of motion, reduce muscle tension and improve circulation, something as simple as a grandparent being able to bend down to play with their grandchild, or a student no longer getting regular headaches from computer work can make a world of difference!


Treatment Techniques:

Swedish massage techniques that can vary from very light and relaxing pressure to deeper tissue massage, fascial release, MLD (manual lymphatic drainage), DDB (deep diaphragmatic breathing), and trigger point therapy



Tanya

Clinic Manager

What I enjoy most about working at

 Listowel Chiropractic:

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Future Goals:

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Sommer

Chiropractic Assistant

What I enjoy most about working at

 Listowel Chiropractic:

the great atmosphere, working with my wonderful co-workers, and getting to know and build relationships with  patients

Future Goals:

to one day, be married, have a family, and travel! 


Brinley

Chiropractic Assistant

What I enjoy most about working at

 Listowel Chiropractic:

welcoming each individual patient and getting to know them, and working with the wonderful team we have! 

Future Goals:

to go to University and become a teacher


Paytin

Chiropractic Assistant

What I enjoy most about working at

 Listowel Chiropractic:

working with my wonderful co-workers, getting to know the patients, and gaining skills that I will use for life!

Future Goals:

to become a lawyer and have a happy family with a few dogs!


Sadie

Chiropractic Assistant

What I enjoy most about working at

 Listowel Chiropractic:

interacting with patients, and gaining skills to use in the future!


Future Goals:

to travel, and pursue a job in the medical field!


Latest News

We welcome Dr. Kristen Grubb, DC to our practice. She will be treating patients on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and evenings. 

Affiliations

  • North Perth Chamber of Commerce
  • CCO - College of Chiropractors of Ontario
  • OCA - Ontario Chiropractic Association
  • CCA - Canadian Chiropractic Aassociation

Products

Biofreeze Roll-On, Biofreeze Gel, Biofreeze Spray, MuscleAid Tape, Tens Machines, Tens Electrodes, Electrode Application Gel, Posture Band braces, custom orthortics, ChiroFlow Pillows and more! 

Our Patients

We treat patients from the age of 9 weeks to 90 years old. Our versatile treatments allow for safe adjustments for those seeking corrective, elective, or maintenance care. We treat repetitive strain, athletic injuries, and encourage regular adjustments for general well-being and optimal health.