Dr. Justine Watson, DC, BHSc
Dr. Justine Watson completed her undergraduate education at the University of Western Ontario where she received her Bachelor of Health Sciences. She then completed four years of study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC), graduating in 2019. In addition to this training, Dr. Watson is also a certified provider of clinical acupuncture and has completed courses in functional biomechanics and muscle therapy treatments including Active Release Therapy and the ‘Graston’ instrument-assisted soft tissue technique.
During her time at CMCC, she completed her clinical placements in Toronto, ON, working in two multidisciplinary clinics (Anishnawbe Health Toronto and the Rexdale Community Health Centre) as well as with a sports sciences clinician at the CMCC campus clinic. These experiences provided Dr. Watson with the opportunity to work with a variety of patient populations and gain clinical experience treating many different injuries. She also has a particular interest in treating headaches and post-concussion symptoms.
Dr. Watson is originally from Kincardine, ON, and has always had a love of sports and activity. Growing up she was a competitive highland dancer, and actively involved in equestrian, track and field, and swimming. While attending CMCC, Dr. Watson developed an interest in triathlon, competing in the sprint distance.
Dr. Watson is a licensed member in good standing with the College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO), the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA) and the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA).