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There are a few new protocols in place, with health and safety as our top priority. Rest assured, we have gone above and beyond the mandated protocols to ensure protection of all of our patients and staff.
NOTE: Please do not arrive for any appointment if you have any symptoms, have recently tested positive for COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who has symptoms or has been confirmed with COVID-19. There will be no cancellation fees if you suddenly become unwell or are experiencing symptoms prior to your appointment, we will be more than happy to reschedule you for another time
Face masks must be worn at all times. If you do not have one, our clinic has some available for purchase.
Strict handwashing and sanitation procedures have been implemented. Please use hand sanitizing stations upon entering the clinic.
You will be asked COVID 19 screening questions when booking your appointment and will be required to sign a questionnaire on your initial visit, acknowledging that you meet the screening requirements.
The clinic space has been redesigned to accommodate social distancing. We ask you to please respect these rules and maintain a distance of 2m or more whenever possible.
The reception area has a Plexiglas barrier to provide a separation between our front desk and staff and yourself. Please follow their instructions.
Whenever possible, upon arrival please look after your billing and booking your next appointment. Contactless payment is preferred (debit/credit).
For those that cannot attend the clinic, or for conditions that do not require a physical consultation, telehealth visits are here to stay!
We are beyond excited to begin serving the community we love once again. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our providers will be SMILING under their masks and are HERE for you!
B.Sc., M.SC., D.C, FRCCSS(C), FICC
Dr. Bell graduated as a Chiropractor in 1979. He is a Chiropractic Sports Specialist and a post-graduate Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences. He completed his Masters in Science and Human Nutrition in 1989, and is an accredited provider of Active Release Techniques® and Graston Instrument-assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.
Dr. Bell has been heavily involved in many different sports disciplines, including track and field, triathlon, figure skating, hockey, cycling, basketball, bobsleigh and skeleton. He was featured on The Nature of Things (The Perfect Runner) as an expert on foot function and athletic performance, and is considered one of Canada’s foremost Sports Chiropractors. He was honoured by the Royal Chiropractic College of Sports Sciences for his contribution to the running community at a Gala Banquet in 2013.
Dr. Bell received the Centenary Award from the College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (Canada) in 1996. This award is for individuals who, as a result of their efforts and dedication, have been involved with athletes both on and off the field, and have participated in sporting events, thereby establishing the validity of Chiropractic as a necessary and viable component of the modern sport medicine model. He was honored by being nominated into the Fellowship of the International College of Chiropractors (FICC) in 1999. He is one of only 400 Chiropractors world wide to be so honored.
He has lectured extensively on sports injuries, performance enhancement, and nutrition both nationally and internationally. He has worked with several Canadian national teams including track and field, bobsleigh and skeleton, and triathlon teams. People and athletes from all over the world seek treatment from Dr. Bell.
Dr. Ben Rayfield was born and raised in Orillia. He attended Park Street Collegiate Institute High School prior to completing his University degree. Dr. Rayfield graduated from University of Western Ontario with a degree in Kinesiology. While attending Western he was a member of the Varsity Track and Field team, competing in sprints. He graduated with Magna Cum Laude from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He began working at Bell Chiropractic in 2003 and has been a dedicated member of the team ever since.
Dr. Rayfield has always been heavily involved in local athletics, particularly track and field. In the fall of 2005 he began coaching track and field with the South Simcoe Dufferin track and field club (SSD), based out of Barrie, Ontario. His coaching focus has been sprinting and hurdles. The last 11 years have involved traveling across the country to coach and offer his chiropractic services at various different venues. Dr Rayfield enjoys treating a variety of injuries with a focus on repetitive strain injuries, neck and low back pain, postural issues, headaches and athletic injuries.
Dr. Rayfield is a diversified Chiropractor and is a Certified Active Release Technique® Provider.
B.A. (Hons), D.C., C.S.C.S.
On top of being a certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) practitioner, Dr. Duffy also employs several therapies including Active Release Techniques® (ART), McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), and exercise rehabilitation to achieve optimal outcomes for his patients.
Dr. Duffy has also acted as lead practitioner in two provincial back pain specialty programs including the Ontario Low Back Pain Pilot Program (LBPPP) and the Low Back Rapid Access Clinics (RAC). His concurrent role with the Couchiching Family Health Team involves acting as Practice Lead for triaging spinal surgeries within the North Simcoe Muskoka region.
Dr. Duffy firmly believes movement is medicine, encouraging patients to become active participants in the journey to a healthy, pain-free lifestyle.
DC MASc BEng (Biomedical)
Dr. Bell graduated with honours from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College where he was awarded 13 scholarships including the prestigious FICS International Student Scholarship for his contributions to the betterment of sports chiropractic. He is the recipient of an international award for his student-led research initiative in clinical biomechanics, and was awarded an Academic Achievement Award by the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (RCCSS) for his research project investigating the effects of chiropractic manipulation in elite sprinters.
Dr. Bell has an undergraduate degree in Biomechanical Engineering from the University of Guelph, where he graduated with honours with a particular interest in new-age prosthetic designs. Dr. Bell went on to pursue a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Toronto, where his thesis examined regenerative medicine and the design of bio-implantable devices, which highlighted the remarkable healing capacity of the human body.
A former varsity volleyball player, Dr. Bell has a keen interest in athletics and has worked extensively as a coach and mentor in grassroots athletic initiatives. Most notably, Dr. Bell was part of the medical teams for the FIFA Women's World Cup (2015) and Jr. Women's World Cup (2014), the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships and the Pan-Am Games (2015). He has worked at the Canadian Track and Field Championships, the Canadian Mountain Bike Championships, the Pan-Am Fencing Championships, among many others. He is currently the co-chair of Sports Medicine for the Lakehead University (Orillia) Varsity Sports program. Dr. Bell has helped coordinate several commercial partnership programs, including a year-long injury prevention program with Hydro One.
Currently, Dr. Bell is pursuing a fellowship in sports chiropractic, while maintaining his clinical practice. He is also an assistant instructor for the Murray Bell Seminar Series (murraybellseminars.com)
D.C., BSc. HK
Dr. McFarlane was the recipient of the prestigious FICS International student scholarship for her outstanding contributions to sport chiropractic, which is awarded to 4 students annually around the world. She has been a member of numerous medical teams for national and international events including Fencing Canada, Skate Canada, Snowboard Canada, and the Box Lacrosse World Championships. She has also been involved locally with the annual Orillia Sledge Hockey Fundraiser, Orillia Triathlon, Tough Mudder, WayHome festival, Boots & Hearts festival, and several workplace initiatives.
BSc, DC, FRCCSS(C)
Dr. Grant graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology & Physical Education and a minor in Biology. He was a member of the men’s varsity rugby team and was recognized with an Ontario University Athletics Academic Achievement Award and the Dean of Science Honour Roll for all four years of study.
After graduating from Wilfrid Laurier University, Dr. Chris Grant studied at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College graduating magna cum laude with a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. While he was a student at CMCC, Chris was the Students’ Council Vice-President and President. At graduation, he was recognized with numerous awards for his academic achievement and devotion to the advancement of chiropractic education and the chiropractic profession in Canada. Most notably, he was recognized with the Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences Canada Award for demonstrating a significant contribution to the sporting community and attaining a high academic standing.
Dr. Chris Grant has had many opportunities to work in multidisciplinary settings. He has completed clinical internships in orthopaedic surgery and intensive pain programs at St. Joseph’s Health Centre and Hamilton Health Sciences, respectively. In addition to his formal education, Dr. Chris Grant has completed additional training to treat chronic pain through the Canadian Academy of Pain Management, and he is certified as an Emergency First Responder & CPR/AED Level HCP and is equipped with Mental Health First Aid training. Dr. Grant is also a published author in the Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
Dr. Grant is passionate about providing excellent care for his patients and helping athletes perform at their optimal level. He views everyone as an athlete, from a professional baseball player to a senior trying to maintain their independence. Evidence of this is seen in his treatment style which includes a combination of chiropractic manipulation, medical acupuncture, Active Release Techniques™ and rehabilitative exercises.
His clinical practice includes proficient diagnoses of the neuromusculoskeletal system, manual-therapy, and advanced rehabilitative exercises
Dr. Abdelkader focuses in the area of lunging biomechanics, fencing and racket sport injuries, and sports performance and conditioning. He is currently conducting scientific research in the area of dynamic balance assessments in athletic populations. During his academia, he was involved in internships and placements at various hospitals across the Greater Toronto Area, and other specialized sports medicine clinics involved in advanced therapeutics and surgical consultations.
He is currently chairing the Medical and Health committee of the Ontario Fencing Association, and is the lead medical consultant of the Canadian national fencing team. Notably, he was part of the medical team for the 2019 Canada Cup Squash (a Professional Squash Association event), Fencing World Championships 2018-19, and Toronto 2015 Pan-Am Games.
BSc. Kin, DC, DACNB
Jon has extensive work experience with elite athletics and training. After completing his undergraduate degree at Queen’s University, Dr. Ross continued his education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto, where he graduated with clinical honors as a Doctor of Chiropractic. While at CMCC, he interned at Endeavor Sports Performance in New Jersey to better understand the program design and practical applications of strength and conditioning for athletes at an elite/professional level. He has worked with athletes in many disciplines, including Canada Track and Field, University of Toronto Sprints and Hurdles, the Ontario Volleyball Association, Ontario Tennis Association, Tennis Canada, MLS Development Squad, NCAA, CIS, Greater Toronto Hockey League, Canadian Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, and National Hockey League. He was the Lead Director of sideline medical for the Newmarket Hurricanes Junior A Hockey Organization for two years. He also has significant training and experience in neurofunctional acupuncture, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (sFMA) and Functional Movement Systems (FMS), among other certifications.
B.A. Kin., D.C.
Dr. Brown attended the University of Western Ontario, where she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts Specialization in Kinesiology. She then attended CMCC in Toronto, graduating with clinic honors. She has further enhanced her skills and education by attaining certification in Active Release Technique and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture. She has also completed the requirements needed to be Webster certified by the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA).
Dr. Brown has also been part of multidisciplinary medical teams at various sporting events that included the Toronto Pan-Am Games, the International Children’s Games, Running Room and MEC 10k challenges, Kid’s Health Day, and the Nik Zorcic Foundation Ski Challenge. She has also been a part of the chiropractic medical team with the Brampton Beast professional hockey team, which is an affiliate of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators and AHL’s Belleville Senators.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Brown is an avid and competitive runner. She has competed in a variety of running races ranging from the 5km to marathon distance and had qualified for the 2020 Boston marathon! She is very passionate about running and holds a special interest in working with other runners, whether related to injury or to share her knowledge surrounding the sport.
Dr. Brown utilizes an individualized, evidenced-based and functional approach for all patients to not only fix current problems, but to prevent them from future re-injury. Patients will receive a personalized treatment plan, designed with their personal goals in mind in order to reach their optimum in health!
M.Sc., M.D., C.C.F.P.(SEM), Dip. Sport Med
Dr. McMordie has worked as the team physician for the McMaster Women’s and Men’s Rugby teams as well as the Hamilton Tiger Cats Cheerleaders. In the summer of 2015, she worked as part of the medical team providing coverage for the Toronto Pan Am/Para-Pan Am Games.
She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from St. Francis Xavier University followed by her Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario. She completed her Medical degree followed by her residency in Family Medicine at McMaster University. She received her Diploma in Sport Medicine from the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine after a Primary Care Sport Medicine Fellowship at McMaster University. She holds a focused practice designation in Sport and Exercise Medicine.
Dr. McMordie currently holds a member-at-large position on the Ontario Medical Association Section of Sport Medicine after being the resident representative for the past two years.
Dr. McMordie requires a Physician Referral for Initial Appointments and New Injuries. Most of her services are covered with a valid OHIP card. She DOES NOT accept WSIB or Motor Vehicle Claims.
Please Note: Dr. McMordie does not impact family physicians as she has a focused practice designation in Sport and Exercise Medicine.
Carolyn graduated from Syracuse University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. She continued onto completing a Graduate Certificate in Therapeutic Recreation in 2012 through Georgian College, followed by a Masters of Physical Therapy in 2015 through Western University. Carolyn has completed additional certifications in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Cancer Rehabilitation, and Concussion Management.
Carolyn grew up in Barrie, ON where she was competitive in numerous athletics, predominantly swimming. Carolyn has experienced various injuries, which helped spark an interest in injury prevention, as well as rehabilitation for returning to daily living, hobbies, sport, and/or work as safely and quickly, as possible. As Carolyn’s Physiotherapy career has evolved, she has been drawn to pelvic health and the many implications that surround it. Regardless of the concern, Carolyn strives to utilize an active and individualized approach in helping get patients back to what is important to them.
HBSC. KIN, B.Ed., R.Kin
Carley's background in education and experience as a high school teacher brings a unique set of skills to her work. Her ability to interpret the different learning needs and styles of others and her ability to explain difficult concepts in a clear and concise manner is very helpful to patients. Carley enjoys combining her knowledge of Kinesiology with her joy for teaching to help others discover the therapeutic potential of corrective exercise.
Carley was born and raised in the Orillia area. She graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honours Degree in Kinesiology in 2002, graduating at the top of her class. She then completed her Bachelor of Education, specializing in Physical Education and Science. A Registered Kinesiologist since 2005, Carley has worked with patients with chronic conditions, acute injuries, motor vehicle accidents and workplace injuries, and athletes of all ages and ability levels. Due to her particular interest in functional movement restoration she has completed her Functional Movement Systems (FMS) Level 1 training certification. She also completed a continuing education course with Dr. Stuart McGill, an industry expert on lower back rehabilitation and strengthening for high -level performance.
Carley has experience training and working with amateur, professional and Olympic athletes. Carley also enjoys providing sports specific training programs to different sports teams and athletes, and worked alongside other team members as a trainer for the Orillia Men's Senior AAA Hockey team.
Jacqueline has gained experience in the massage therapy field by working in many different environments, such as rehabilitation clinics, spas and at sponsored events. Jacqueline is eager to work with clients of all ages and abilities to help them reach their wellness goals through regular massage therapy treatments.
During this procedure, a small amount of your own blood is drawn and processed in a special centrifuge which separates and concentrates the platelets and other beneficial growth factors from the blood. The high concentration of platelets and growth factors is then injected into the damaged tissue or joint.
In this procedure, the concentration of platelets and growth factors increases up to 500%, therefore when the PRP is injected into the site, an optimal healing environment is created. The healing response of PRP injections works over a long period so it may be 6-8 weeks before you feel the total effects of the injection.
Depending on the area injected and the severity and chronicity of the problem, one or two subsequent injections may be necessary. A good program of physical rehabilitation is required to fully rehabilitate the body back to full functional capacity.
Cortisone injections are used to treat knee osteoarthritis, greater trochanteric bursitis, epicondylitis and rotator cuff tendonitis. It is also used to treat non-operative TFCC tears, CMC OA, carpal tunnel and many other inflammatory conditions.
Injections are usually done three months apart, to a maximum of four injections per year. Our Sports Medicine Physician uses Kenalog as it has the lowest rate of post-injection pain. Cortisone is covered through the Ontario Drug Benefit Program.
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