what we offer our patients
Dr. Stephanie Douglas is a graduate of The University of Western Ontario where she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree with Specialization in Kinesiology. She then attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and obtained her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree while also graduating magna cum laude and receiving honours in her clinical year.
Dr. Douglas was born and raised in Chatham, ON. She was involved in a multitude of sports and activities throughout her adolescence which sparked her passion for the human body, its anatomy, mechanics and ultimate resilience. She remains an active individual today, who finds great value in moving her body daily and finding new (and fun!) ways to sweat. She has a genuine passion for education, and truly believes this to be an integral part of patient care.
Dr. Douglas is able to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions in all regions of the body using an evidence-based, patient-centered approach. She focuses on high quality assessments to render diagnoses and communicate personalized treatment solutions to her patients. She is determined on finding the root of the problem, to fully address and correct her patients’ complaints. Dr. Douglas is also an advocate for rehabilitative exercises and integrating a proactive approach to prevent future injury. She uses a diverse range of treatment techniques, including chiropractic adjustments and mobilizations, athletic taping, soft tissue therapy, instrument-assisted soft tissue therapy, ergonomic assessments, rehabilitative exercises and education. Dr. Douglas is also GrowCo certified, a program that specializes in the rehabilitation of postpartum females.
Dr. Douglas truly values the promotion of health and wellness by leading a healthy lifestyle through wholesome nutrition, consistent movement, sleep and mental health. Her favourite methods of physical activity include hiking, running, circuit training and playing volleyball. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with loved ones and playing with her golden lab, Max.