Dr. Bryan Watson, BA., DC.
With over twenty years of experience working as a chiropractor, Dr. Watson has seen the devastating effects that spinal injuries can play on people’s lives and can empathize with the helplessness that one can feel when they are in the midst of constant discomfort. His approach to care draws on the knowledge that he has gained over the years and the skills that he has acquired which are directed towards relieving pain, improving mobility and preventing future recurrence.
As an Ottawa native, Dr. Watson attended St. Pius X High School then went on to complete a degree in Biology at Carleton University. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Over the years, he has been very active in Ottawa’s sports community working as a team doctor. His sports rehabilitation expertise has enhanced ongoing learning and from the many injuries that he has suffered while playing rugby at the collegiate, provincial, and national level. He strives to assist in the healing process with all his patients from children to the elderly and endeavour to inspire people to be more proactive with their overall health.
Sherrill Watt, CHA
Sherrill has been a chiropractic patient for 20 years. After working for 25 years in the banking industry, she made the transition to working in the chiropractic field. After seeing her own health benefits, as a result of regular care, she felt she wanted to contribute helping others attain better health and wellness through chiropractic care. She comes from a strong tennis background and is a sports enthusiast, whether participating or watching. She is an empty-nester and keeps active with her dog.
Sharon Clouthier – Office Manager
Sharon has enjoyed the benefits of chiropractic care since she was a preteen. Upon completion of her Legal Assistant Diploma at Algonquin College, Sharon pursued a career in chiropractic where she has happily been employed for more than 25 years and counting.
Wenjing MacLeod, RMT
A compassionate and talented professional, WenJing’s expertise in clinical situations has been described as “remarkable” by one of her former massage therapy instructors. Perhaps what distinguishes WenJing mostly is her happy disposition and sincere interest in the welfare of others.
WenJing enjoys using her skills in various massage techniques including ‘Cupping’ and acupuncture. She has found these particular methods to be instrumental in assisting her clients to manage their pain and stress. WenJing has developed an admirable reputation for her unwavering focus on alleviating clients’ back, shoulder, and neck pain along with mitigating chronic headaches.
Raised in southern China, WenJing began her career as a school teacher, and later worked for a Canadian Telecom equipment manufacturer, which consequently allowed WenJing to meet her future husband.
Wenjing resides in west Ottawa with her beautiful family and in her spare time she enjoys teaching Chinese to students at various local high schools.
Drummond (Drum) Robertson, BA., RMT., CDT
Drummond graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 1997. He has been working in Ottawa for the past 20 years and divides his time between a chiropractic clinic and a palliative care clinic. Drummond has experience with a variety of clients ranging from those fighting cancers to people recovering from injury. In addition to Swedish massage, he is also certified in the Dr. Vodder method of Manual Lymphatic Drainage and trained with John Barnes in myofascial release. Both are very helpful treating chronic tension and scar tissue as well as acute injuries including recent surgeries. Along with these gentler modalities, Drummond has a lot of experience with deep tissue massage working on high level athletes and weekend warriors alike.