Dr. Craig Anderson, B.A. (Psych.), D.C.
Clinic Director, Chiropractor
Dr. Anderson has been practicing in the GTA for over 15 years. After being highly involved with Chiropractic as a competitive volleyball player and patient in his younger years, he graduated with honours from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon in 1997. He also holds a degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia where he was an active member of the UBC Volleyball Program, and a Men's Division A National Gold Medalist.
"He Listens." Dr. Anderson focuses on each patient and their unique needs to develop the personal treatment plan and home care regimen that will get them out of pain and back to mobility as quickly as possible. Since founding Markham Family Chiropractic Clinic in 2000, he has helped thousands of people of all ages and activity levels defeat their pain and improve their mobility, from weekend warriors to internationally ranked athletes.
Holly Campbell R.M.T.
Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.)
Holly graduated from Centennial College in 2004 and became registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario shortly after graduation. She is also a member of the Ontario Massage Therapists Association.
While attending Centennial, she acquired skills in relaxation, chronic illness, infant, sport, geriatric, antenatal, and post-partum massage which were developed during weekly clinics for the public.
Knowledge was also obtained while attending outreaches at institutions such as Sunnybrook and Women’s College Hospital in obstetrics and paediatrics, the Positive Care Clinic at St. Michael’s Hospital, infant treatment and massage instruction for mothers at Roselea Hall in Scarborough General Hospital and at Variety Village working with both physically and mentally challenged persons. Holly has also completed courses in Deep Tissue Massage and Level I integrated Craniosacral Therapy. These outreaches and courses have greatly amplified her capacity as a highly skilled therapist.
Liping (Sophie) Song R.M.T.
Registered Massage Therapist (R.M.T.), Acupuncture
After working as a nurse for 16 years in China, Sophie moved to Canada and decided to apply her extensive medical knowledge to the study of Massage Therapy. She graduated from the Royal Institute of Science & Management in 2010 and soon registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. In 2011, she studied Acupuncture at the same school and became registered to practise in Canada.
Prior to enrolling for her Massage Therapy program in Canada, Sophie was trained in Chinese Massage techniques in China, and remained there to practise for a year to further develop her skill set.
As a Registered Massage Therapist, Sophie's training now includes Swedish and Chinese massage techniques, hot stone therapy, as well as traditional Chinese cupping and foot reflexology. Sophie's extensive experience in the medical field as a nurse, as well as her training in both Eastern and Western philosophy and techniques, provide her with an uncommonly broad skill set and uniquely qualify her with the knowledge and experience to handle any problem our patients may be experiencing.