To provide the care that each client needs in order to get back to the quality of life they deserve.


To educate people on the sources and causes of their pain so that they better understand the importance of chiropractic care and how specialized treatments like Spinal Decompression and Activator Instrument adjusting  can fix many of the ailments that people have come to rely on prescriptions to alleviate.

Taylor4Scott Taylor D.C.

Chiropractor, Activator, B.E.S.T, S.E.M.G, Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression

Dr. Taylor teaches and instructs other chiropractors on techniques he uses and lectures throughout Canada and the US. Dr. Taylor is an experienced chiropractor with over 30 years of experience. Dr. Taylor sees patients from children to elderly to elite National Team athletes. With improved body function, health can be maximized as well as athletic performance in the athlete.

Micheline Cote D.C.

Chiropractor, Activator

Dr. Micheline Cote has been in active practice in the GTA for 35 years. She has been passionate about helping her patients achieve better health with chiropractic care.

To accomplish this she believes that a better understanding of the positive benefits that chiropractic has to offer goes a long way in our quest for better health.

This is why in 2005 she wrote and published her book “Pain Or No Pain; The Chiropractic Connection” The book offers a simple explanation of chiropractic beyond what is commonly known and and throughout the book you will find stories of real patients that might have suffered from problems similar to yours.

Dr. Cote has been active in her professional associations as she was a founding member of the Halton Peel Chiropractic Society in 1987 and served as its Vice President for over 10 years. She also served on several committees of the Ontario Chiropractic Association and was a Director on the board of the Chiropractic Awareness Council from 2006 to 2009.

Having used a gentle instrument technique called Activator Methods since her graduation in 1982, she became an Associate Clinical Instructor 15 years ago and have been helping other chiropractors use this very valuable approach to subluxation correction.

Dr. Cote and her husband Dr. Steve Soloduka, also a Chiropractor, have been part time resident of Collingwood since 1997 and have grown to love the area for all it has to offer. That is why the couple have decided to continue providing their services in the area they love so much.

You might find interesting that Micheline is fluent in both english and french, both her and her husband Steve’s fathers were Chiropractors, and Steve’s brother is in the profession as well as one of Micheline’s uncles. You could say that it’s all in the family. That might be why their daughter Julie decided to pursue a career in chiropractic as well.

Their son Max who has grown up on a pair of skis worked as a ski instructor at Blue for a few years.

Michael Glynn, R.M.T

Registered Massage Therapist

Michael is a duly qualified Registered Massage Therapist in the Province of Ontario, having practiced for 25 years.  He possesses an honours degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences and a Post Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation Therapy.  Michael works closely with clients through the assessment, development and implementation of goal focused treatment plans. He assesses your condition thoroughly and accurately to determine the cause of your complaint and designs and administers effective individualized treatment.

Garry P. Perry M.A., C. Psych


As a registered psychologist, Garry provides a variety of psychological, psychotherapy and counseling services. He uses a positive psychology perspective to help clients enhance their personal functioning, cope with psychological disorders or physical limitations and navigate the challenges placed on them in their relationships and daily lives. Garry employs a cognitive behavioral approach to empower his clients to create a better, more fulfilled life for themselves and their loved ones. Garry engages clients in a process to help his clients: clarify their issues/goals; assess personal strengths and weaknesses; cultivate solutions and develop the skills they need to take charge of their lives.   Read More