Dr. Stephanie Adey

BSc.Hons., D.Acu., R.Kin., Cert.ART, R.CCMI., R.FRCms., D.C.


Dr. Stephanie Adey completed her Doctor of Chiropractic medicine from NUHS in 2001. She began her degree at Western University and completed her Bachelor Degree in Honours Science from York University where she specialized in Human Biomechanics.

Since graduation, Dr. Adey has continued her education with her Acupuncture certification, ART® Full body Active Release Technique training, CCMI™ Complete Concussion Management certification in 2018 and FRC® certification in 2020.

Dr. Adey focuses on finding the causation of an injury and addressing that injury using her knowledge and experience. With experience in the Chiropractic field and training in ART® , FRT® and Core Stabilization Techniques, Dr. Adey creates successful treatment plans for her patients that extend to lifestyle changes and supplementation when warranted, to achieve optimal results.

Dr. Adey has experience treating both amateur and professional athletes. This includes working with with Semi-pro and Pro football players, OHL and OWHA Hockey Teams, members of the Women’s Canadian National Hockey Team, International Synchronized swimmers and Nationally ranked Tennis Players.

Dr. Krystyna Bellisario


Hons.B.A., D.C.


Dr. Krystyna Bellisario works with athletes, patients looking to stay active, and individuals seeking a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Bellisario is a certified contemporary neuro functional acupuncture provider through McMaster University. She treats both acute and chronic injuries through an evidence-based, patient-centered approach and focuses on education, rehabilitation, and manual therapy. Through mentorship from leading sports medicine clinicians, she has developed a strong multi-disciplinary referral network and team approach when guiding patients toward their goals. 

Dr. Bellisario earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree from Princeton University, where she also played for the varsity women’s hockey team. Her own significant hip and concussion injuries led her to pursue a career in chiropractic where she went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She is also an Emergency First Responder through SportSide Medical Services and is currently pursuing certification from McMaster University’s Contemporary Neurofunctional Acupuncture Program.

Away from clinic, you can find Dr. Bellisario tuned into a Leafs game, making gourmet meals, or enjoying recreational sports leagues in the GTA.

Lovepreet Bhatti



Lovepreet completed his Master of Science in Physiotherapy from McMaster University. Prior to that he completed his Bachelor of Science in Health Science from York University. Lovepreet has experience working within a variety of settings with a broad spectrum of populations including elite athletes and pediatrics. Growing up playing competitive volleyball and basketball, Lovepreet is very passionate about optimizing performance and motivating others to achieve their goals.

Since graduating, he has continued his education with courses in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Soft tissue release and advanced manual therapy. Lovepreet is actively working towards completing additional manual therapy courses, FRCms and his complete concussion management certification.

Lovepreet takes an individualized approach to treating his patients. He uses a combination of manual therapy, soft tissue release, exercise prescription, cupping therapy, medical acupuncture and education to help clients reach their specific goals.

He has experience treating a variety of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions and enjoys working with athletes, weekend warriors and other sports enthusiasts.

Amanda Lee

BSc Ex. Sci | MScPT | FRCms


Since graduating she has continued her education with courses in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, Soft Tissue Release, FRCms and Level 1 manual therapy. She is actively working towards completing additional manual therapy levels and her complete concussion management certification.

She has experience treating a variety of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions and enjoys working with athletes, weekend warriors and other sports enthusiasts!Amanda takes an individualized approach to treating her patients. Using combinations of manual therapy, soft tissue release, exercise prescription, medical acupuncture and education to help clients reach their specific goals. 

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Stefan Milosavljevic

Massage Therapist

Stefan Milosavljevic has completed his 3-year program at Humber College achieving a CMTCA Accreditation from one of the two best schools in Canada for Massage Therapy. He decided to pursue massage after working as a personal trainer, experiencing much of what it means to help people through their journey to health. 

He has had the opportunity to work with a variety of different populations, and has found great joy from applying a client-centered approach towards recovery. Stefan has a reputation for his thorough treatment approach and speedy results for a wide range of conditions. He also works frequently with the TMJ (temporo-mandibular joint), promoting recovery of jaw-related problems. Patients have recovered fully from moderate to severe jaw pain under his care after months or years spent searching for relief. Stefan has a drive to get his patients feeling better and back to lives of comfort and health.

Larysa Krawec

Massage Therapist

Larysa Krawec is a graduate of Kikkawa College’s Massage Therapy program in 2009. She holds additional certifications in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University and is a Level 2 Fascial Stretch Therapist. With a background in Political Science from the University of Toronto, specializing in Healthcare Politics, Larysa combines her knowledge to focus therapeutically on sports injuries and mechanical dysfunction, employing a range of techniques for optimal results.

Her experience includes working closely with athletes, traveling with teams such as Tennis Canada for the Billie Jean King Cup, where they claimed victory in 2023. Larysa also supported the Toronto Police Soccer Team and Toronto Blues to success in domestic and international competitions. She has travelled to Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and Newfoundland as a therapist for various teams in the World Ball Hockey Championships. Larysa has also provided therapy for athletes from various professional leagues including the NHL, CFL, Athletics Canada, and MMA. Noteworthy engagements include her roles in the medical teams for major events like the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto and the 2013 Jeux de la Francophonie in Nice, France.

Brian Fonseca



Brian Fonseca has completed a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Rochester College. He has a Diploma in Fitness and Health Promotion from Humber College. He has certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as Precision Nutrition. He is in the process of completing a Bachelor of applied Science in Kinesiology from the University of Guelph Humber.

Brian has experience working with elite level hockey players from the GTHL, OHL, Jr.A, and College levels. He also has experience working in group fitness, strength and conditioning, rehabilitation, as well as personal training with the general population.

His knowledge and expertise comes from an athletic background, having played a high level of hockey ranging from minor to the college level. Brian incorporates his competitive edge and dedication into his training for his clients. His approach is built with the client’s goals in mind, and to improve overall functional movement patterns by increasing strength, mobility, and stability to ultimately enhance performance levels.