Dr. Angela Hunt
Dr. Angela Hunt treats a wide variety of health concerns including autoimmune conditions, hormonal concerns, digestive concerns, and mental-emotional health. She has completed additional study in pediatrics, fertility and prenatal care. She has also attended numerous births as a doula.
Graham Wiltshire, DOMP
Graham is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and Certified Athletic Therapist, with more than 20 years of clinical experience. He treats people of all ages.
Christine Campbell, MScPT
Christine Campbell is a Registered Physiotherapist. She provides quality one-on-one service that focuses on improving one’s overall function, including by identifying poor movement patterns in a process known as Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA).
Joel Ackerman, RMT
Joel enjoys practicing all aspects of massage therapy, including myofascial release, trigger-point therapy, pregnancy massage, sports massage, deep-tissue massage, and of course, relaxation massage. He also has additional training in Shiatsu massage and craniosacral therapy.
Courtney O’Connor, RHN
Courtney O’Connor is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who believes that everybody has great potential to perform optimally, feel healthy, and can reach that potential when given the right tools to do so.
Jianmin (Jamie) Xu, R.Ac
Jianmin (Jamie) Xu is a Registered Acupuncturist in Ontario and British Columbia. She has more than 30 years of experience in clinical diagnosis, treatment, and medical research. Acupuncture, particularly when applied with a Traditional Chinese Medicine philosophy, can be an effective treatment option for most any health condition.
Sarah Knight, PhD
In the 9 years preceding her move to Kingston, Sarah Knight trained as a Reiki Master and Bioenergy practitioner from her home in Ireland. Prior to this, she was educated as a scientist, receiving a PhD in marine science and working for many years in this area.
Phillip Wendt, MScOT
Phillip is a registered Occupational Therapist with a BScOT from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MScOT from Queen’s University. He works with a wide variety of clients at KIHC including those needing assistance with chronic pain and disability, headaches, stress management, work-life balance, diet or weight management, stroke and brain injuries, and attention deficit disorders.
Adrienne Nobbe, MHSc
Adrienne is a registered Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) who has experience treating clients of all ages with a variety of presenting difficulties and diagnoses. She has a special interest in motor speech disorders, articulation, accent modification, voice, and stuttering.