Our Team

Meet Our Team

You can do, what I cannot do.  I can do, what you cannot do.  Together we can do great things.

Dr. Jamie Neely

Chiropractor, Corporate Wellness Consultant and Co-founder of Pure-Health

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle

Dr. Jamie Neely understands that deep within us is that place from where healing comes, from where our energy spills out and from where our creativity expresses itself. Unfortunately, the slips and falls of childhood, the daily stresses and the pollutants in our environment can cloud over, tarnish, and prevent ‘that place’ from keeping us productive for ourselves, our families and our community.
Over the last twenty years, Dr. Neely has developed techniques and methods…

Dr. Laina Shulman

Chiropractor, Director of Shulman Weightloss London and Co-founder of Pure-Health

“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive, and then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” – Howard Thurman

Dr. Laina Shulman believes that we are an expression of how we feel, think, eat and move. As co-founder of Pure-Health she helps people reach their highest potential in each of these areas.

As a seasoned chiropractor Dr. Shulman knows the importance of spinal health and the significant impact it has on our lives. In practice she views symptoms as the body’s way of communicating…

Tarin Pestowka

Tarin Pestowka

Office Manager

“What if I fail? Oh my darling, but what if you fly?.” – Erin Hanson

Ater struggling with headaches for many years, Tarin found relief through chiropractic care. She enjoys staying active, making healthy meals from scratch for her family, and spending time outdoors. After spending some time at home with her two boys, she is excited to be back working and to be part of our team!

Victoria Sartor


“The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams” – Oprah Winfrey

Victoria believes that health and wellness are key to a happy life! Her many interests led her to degrees in Psychology and Criminology, and a diploma in Broadcast Journalism/Television News. Victoria enjoys music, camping, reading, and boxing for fitness.

Taylor LeClair

Massage Therapist

“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we are supposed to be and embracing who we are." Brene Brown

Taylor utilizes a therapeutic approach that integrates range of motion and stretching to enhance her client’s response. She enjoys fascial work and is certified in cupping. As well, Taylor finds it rewarding to educate her clients on preventative care and play a role in their healing process. She finds it fascinating how the mind and body work together to create our experiences.

Christine Sheriff, RHN

Holistic Nutritionist

“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” – Ayn

Christine is a registered nutritionist and autoimmune health expert. She graduated with a degree in nutrition from Western University. Additionally, she has a diploma in Food & Nutrition Management, and Holistic Nutrition. Since 2013, Christine has helped thousands of women get their lives back with her functional nutrition approach.
Christine became interested in nutrition when was diagnosed with Hashimoto's (autoimmune thyroid disease) at a young age. She knows first hand what it's like to deal with autoimmunity and thyroid issues and feel like your health is spiralling out of control. She’s here to help you reclaim your health and get your life back, even if your doctor says there is no solution!

Amanda Linton, RD

Registered Dietician

“What we choose to focus on and what we choose to ignore—plays in defining the quality of our life.” - Cal Newport

Amanda’s passion for nutrition was ignited during a food politics course while completing her degree at the University of Toronto. Amanda then pursued a degree in dietetics and her passion for nutritional science has only grown since. She enjoys unscrambling all the misconceptions, confusion, and myths around nutrition. She acknowledges the complexity of food; it is a wonderful vehicle, which can not only bring health but can communicate love and appreciation for others. She believes the best way to achieve all those objectives is by getting back to basics. This means supporting local farmers who focus on regenerative agriculture and cooking with whole foods when possible. However, she never wants to let perfectionism be the enemy of good. Through all of her counselling she aims to always take a collaborative approach with clients.