We are a group of diverse health professionals offering a wide variety of services.
Dr. Ryan Davidson has been working at the Injury Rehab Centre since 1999. He graduated from McMaster University in 1994 with a bachelor degree in honours biology. He went on to study chiropractic at the National College of Chiropractic and graduated in 1999. He also became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in the same year.
Dr. Davidson has attended several post graduate courses including Active Release Techniques seminars, Graston Technique seminars, Electro-Acupuncture for sport injuries, and Titliest Performance Institute golf seminars.
He incorporates all of these techniques into his practice where he treats athletes and non-athletes alike. He has a special interest in treating golfers and hockey players. In 2004-2006 he worked as a trainer for the Caledonia Corvairs Junior C hockey team. Dr. Davidson has also treated athletes at many sporting events including the “Wayne Gretzky Ford Classic Golf Tournament”, Collingwood 2010; “Women’s Canadian Amateur Golf Championships” Stouffville 2007; “IFSA World Strongman Competition” Quebec City 2005 and the “All-strength Nations Challenge” St. Marten 2004. Dr. Davidson is currently a Senior Instructor with the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course.
Dr. MacAulay graduated from McMaster University in 2006 with an Honours Degree in Biology. She went on to complete her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2010. Dr. MacAulay is certified in Active Release Techniques, has been trained in Graston technique, and is also a graduate of the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture program. She has been working at the Injury Rehab Centre since 2011. In her free time she likes to stay active playing baseball, mountain biking, walking the dog, rowing on the Grand River, or strength training at CrossFit Battlefield. And she enjoys helping her patients to do the same, keeping them participating in the activities they love.
Eric graduated in 1976 from the West Middlesex Hospital program in London, England. Since then he has had a wide variety of experience which spans the rehabilitation programs at Chedoke to the intensive care unit at McMaster Medical Centre. He has worked with patients with inflammatory and degenerative arthritis, and with tennis professionals at Wimbledon. He has worked with disabled skiers in B.C. and rugby teams in Britain.
Erin graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1998. Since her graduation she has gained valuable work experience in both hospital and clinic settings. She has treated a wide variety of injuries and conditions. However, the bulk of her career has focused on orthopaedic conditions.
Erin grew up in beautiful Caledonia and joined the team at the Injury Rehabilitation Centre in July 2012. She is proud to be treating in this community and will work very hard to assist her patients in achieving their goals.
Dana graduated from Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. She continued her education at Sutherland Chan Massage Therapy and Teaching Clinic in Toronto and graduated with a diploma in Massage Therapy in 1999.
She has been working at the Injury Rehab Centre since 2000. She specializes in Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage as well as Hot Stone Massage Therapy. Dana works with a variety of sport related and motor vehicle injuries as well as addressing the stresses of everyday life.
In her spare time, Dana spends time in many hockey arenas and sporting fields with her kids and enjoys running, swimming and biking.
Karen, a native of Stoney Creek, is a registered massage therapist and completed her massage therapy program at the Ontario College of Health and Technology. Karen also offers Thai Massage.
She is a graduate of Orchard Park Secondary School in Stoney Creek and a past volunteer at the Pine Villa Nursing Home in Stoney Creek. Karen enjoys figure skating, horseback riding and RV’ing.
Jackie has lived in the community for 30 years and has been the office manager at the clinic for 15 years; she has extensive experience in motor vehicle and WSIB cases. Jackie enjoys travelling, camping, walking and spending time with her grandchildren.
Rhi graduated from Everest College in 2010 with a diploma in the Physiotherapist Assistant program. She did 500 hours of co-op training in the Niagara, Guelph and Hamilton areas travelling to treat patients in their homes. Rhi grew up in Hagersville but has lived in Cayuga for several years now. She has worked as the Physiotherapist Assistant at the Injury Rehab Centre in Caledonia since 2010. Recently, she successfully completed her personal training written certificate through Can-fit-pro.
In her spare time she enjoys being active outside all year round and spending her time with family and friends.