Dr.Graham Barnes – Chiropractor

Dr. Graham Barnes is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, class of 1968, where in his junior year he was the recipient of the Wallace Award, for academic excellence, presented to the class member with the highest academic average.

Throughout his forty five year career he attended numerous continuing education seminars to stay up to date on all aspects of the Chiropractic profession.

Now retired, Graham is thrilled to be able to entrust the care of his patients to Dr. Leanne Ford who will ensure that the high quality of Chiropractic care at Barnes Chiropractic will continue long into the future. Graham remains an active and valued mentor to Dr. Ford.

Dr. Leanne Ford – Chiropractor

Dr. Leanne Ford is a graduate of the University of Guelph, and Nipissing University. After 6 years teaching she continued her education with a 4 year Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. She has taken various courses to enhance her training, including Pediatric Training through the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Technique though Carpal Therapy Inc., Myofascial Release Techniques through Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Activator Technique through Activator Methods Chiropractic Technique and the Can-Fit-Pro personal training course.

The human body has an incredible ability to heal itself. A Doctor of Chiropractic is a musculoskeletal specialist. The body stays healthy when muscles, joints and nerves function in unison together. I am skilled in diversified adjusting techniques and activator and a variety of soft tissue techniques for tight and achy muscles and sore joints.

Dr. David Gallinaro – Chiropractor

Dr. David Gallinaro is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario, and from there he continued his education with a 4-year Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Along the way, he has taken many courses to enhance his conservative treatment techniques, including Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University, extremity adjusting and lower quadrant assessment from the Motion Palpation Institute at National University Health Science, and the Can-Fit-Pro personal training course.

Using a functional integrative manual therapy approach his treatments consists of chiropractic care, medical acupuncture and myofascial release therapy. This comprehensive method aids in the long-term resolution of injuries, improves the body’s functionality and contributes to optimal health.

David’s interest in functional therapy stems from his time playing varsity baseball at UWO and participating in half-marathons and duathalons.

Deb Versaevel – Registered Massage Therapist

After a career in various administrative and human resource roles in the manufacturing and healthcare sector Deb returned to school to study massage therapy as she has always appreciated the benefits of massage therapy for injury prevention, rehabilitation, stress reduction and optimizing physical function.

Deb graduated from the D’arcy Lane Institute of Massage Therapy in London, ON and is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). She uses Swedish massage, Deep tissue massage, Trigger point release and hydrotherapy, encouraging stretching and strengthening exercises as part of an overall wellness plan.

She enjoys interacting with others and is passionate about making a positive impact on their health and well-being.

Deb is very excited to be part of Barnes Chiropractic and looks forward to working with the community to assist in meeting their health and wellness goals.

Jen Brett – Registered Massage Therapist

Jen is a graduate of the Massage Therapy Program at Westervelt College in London, Ontario.  She is in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario since 2011.

She has always felt maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle is important and believes that massage therapy is a great way to increase and individual’s overall physical and emotional well-being.

She offers a wide range of techniques including Swedish, Relaxational, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy, Fascial Techniques, Tension Headache/Migraine treatments along with pregnancy treatments.  She also believes in stretching and strengthening exercises to aid in injury prevention.

Jen is a passionate person both in her personal and professional life. She has extensive experience and is always willing to share and perfect her techniques.

Jen is looking forward to being a part of the Barnes Chriropractic Team.

Chad Bouma, MSW, RSW
Personal Statement
We often go through life experiencing challenges that are unique to our own personal relationships, schooling/careers, self-discovery/development, or spiritual/religious journeys. It is with this understanding that mental health issues and life’s emotional struggles can be personalised to each and every individual, understood and emphasised from your particular point of view. Anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem and/or vocational challenges can all interconnect and weave together to form a complex yet complicated picture of your particular struggles.

My approach to therapy is to try and get a “bigger picture” of what is going on. It is through a relational approach to therapy that I establish a trusting and strong relationship with my clients in order to affect meaningful change.

As a therapist, I understand that it’s not easy to discuss your “problems” with a complete stranger. I ask that you give therapy a try – you might be surprised at your ability to open up and experience a meaningful change by feeling heard, validated, and supported without judgement.

Certifications, Memberships, Accreditations
Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, Ontario Association of Social Workers.

Areas of Special Interest
Depression and loss of motivation; anxiety and panic attacks; couples, peers, or workplace relationships; attachment; identity issues; trauma and PTSD; life transitions including school or career issues.

McMaster University, Master of Social Work
Wilfrid Laurier University, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Certificate
University of Waterloo, BSW – Social Work
University of Waterloo, BA – Social Development Studies

Noel Jago, 5th Year Osteopathy Student

Noel Jago is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and is currently attending the Canadian College of Osteopathy (CCO) in Toronto, Ontario. Noel began his studies at the CCO in 2012 and is currently completing the 5th year of the program.

At the CCO Noel has received the knowledge and experience required to safely employ clinically proven Osteopathic principles and techniques used to diagnose and treat the body’s structures and systems. The program develops therapists capable of assisting people of all ages to ease pain, reduce swelling, improve tissue mobility and promote efficient healing.

Noel is excited to be continuing his journey as a member of the Barnes Chiropractic team.


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