Dr. Sean graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario in June of 2010, and has since practiced in Lindsay, Ontario. Sean has also completed an Honours Bachelor degree in Kinesiology (the study of human movement), and is a Certified Functional Aging Specialist through the Functional Aging Institute.
Sean has also been an active member of the Canadian Forces Army Reserve since 1998, and is currently part of the Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment in Peterborough, Ontario.
Evenings and weekends are spent enjoying the out doors with his family.
Dr. Stacey Clarke-Francis graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario in June of 2009, and has since practiced in Lindsay, Ontario. Stacey has also completed an Honours Bachelor degree in Sports Management, and a Masters degree in Performance Sportswear Design.
Stacey is also a Certified Functional Aging Specialist through the Functional Aging Institute, and has continued education in paediatric and pregnancy chiropractic.
When not practicing chiropractic, Stacey remains active through weight‐training and fitness boot camp, and takes care of their families 2 young children Kaydence and Owen.
Our philosophy at Towerhill Chiropractic is simple and motion based.
Every joint in the body is intended to have a certain amount of movement in a variety of directions and when this is altered, spinal or joint dysfunction results. This inevitably leads to muscle tightness, joint or associated soft tissue swelling and of course PAIN.
It is our belief that correcting the dysfunction at the joint level which is the cause of these symptoms is more effective than treating the resulting symptoms.
The essence of our care lies in the power of touch. This allows us to detect the previously mentioned symptoms or soft tissue inflammation, muscle contraction and joint limitation, and bring about their change through chiropractic care.