Author: Dr. Quinte Naturopathic Centre on 23 March 2014
Don’t be surprised to see some new faces at QNC over the next month, and a familiar face in a new role, as we have added to our Team and the services we can offer at QNC! If you haven’t been in for a while it is time to come out of hibernation and do some spring cleaning for your body. Here are some introductions to our new services and Team members:
1. Maggie McTaggart, Registered Massage Therapist:
Maggie completed her Massage Therapy Advanced Diploma at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario. She is highly skilled in providing massage therapy services to patients utilizing safe, appropriate and helpful massage techniques. Maggie enjoys working with prenatal and sports injury patients in particular. Maggie is passionate about massage therapy and assisting others in rehabilitation and maintenance of their body. Maggie will be booking appointments on Tues, Wed, and Thurs from 2pm – 7pm starting on Mar. 11th. Please call reception to book an appointment.
2. Jessica Ruttan, Reflexologist:
Many of you will recognize Jessica as our full-time receptionist. Jessica’s interest in alternative health care and experience working at QNC is now taking her to another level as she is pursing becoming a registered reflexologist. Jessica will be reducing her hours on the reception desk and will be offering reflexology appointments beginning in April on Thursdays at QNC. Please call reception to book an appointment.
3. Lindsey Demorest, Reception:
As Jessica transitions into her new role, Lindsey will be taking on more responsibility as our newest receptionist. She looks forward to her new role helping others in our busy naturopathic medical office. Lindsey is new to naturopathic medicine but has lots of experience with customer service. She looks forward to meeting our patients and becoming part of the QNC family.
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