Amberwood Chiropractic Centre

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It is important to us at Amberwood Chiropractic that your experience at our office is of premium quality!

We strive to create an atmosphere of comfort and trust as we get to know each other throughout the course of your care.



~we tailor your treatment program specifically to you and your condition

~we use a variety of chiropractic techniques to achieve optimum results

~we are open 6 days per week, offering early morning, late evening, and Saturday hours

~we offer registered massage therapy and acupuncture to complement your chiropractic care

We are all honest, compassionate, and ethical professionals.



Dr. Tammy Grace, BSc., D.C.

Dr. Grace grew up in the Upper Ottawa Valley town of Pembroke. She graduated with an honours degree in science from Queen's University. Dr. Grace continued her education studying medical radiation therapy at the Princess Margaret Hospital. Following several years of working at the Ottawa Cancer Clinic, she decided to change career paths to chiropractic, which focused more on natural health and healing.

Dr. Grace studied chiropractic at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. During that time, she familiarized herself with several adjusting techniques including diversified (manual), Thompson, Torque Release, and Activator. She is certified in Pediatric Chiropractic as well as Webster Breech Turning Technique.

Dr. Grace started her career as an associate doctor in Kanata before founding Amberwood Chiropractic in the fall of 2003. It had always been her dream to operate her own practice in the community in which she lives. You may often see Dr. Grace, her husband Jim, and their children Abbey and Jack participating in local sports and community events. She looks forward to caring for your chiropractic needs using a gentle and genuine approach to natural health and healing. 

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Dr. Sam Cooper, D.C., CSCS

Dr. Sam Cooper was born and raised in Carleton Place. He completed 3 years of a Kinesiology (BSc) degree at Dalhousie University before receiving early acceptance to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto. He received his doctorate from CMCC while making the Dean’s list and receiving clinic honors. He also holds certifications in concussion management, strength & conditioning, first aid, CPR & AED.

Dr. Cooper uses a variety of techniques and tools to provide the most current, evidence-based treatment possible. He treats injuries of the spine, as well as the extremities including shoulders, knee and hips etc. His treatments include a combination of soft tissue therapy, gentle mobilizations, various therapeutic devices and chiropractic adjustments when indicated. Also, he provides individualized rehabilitation exercises, as well as personalized education to help every patient live the happiest and healthiest life possible. 

Dr. Cooper’s personal passions include nutrition, exercise physiology and sport. In his spare time, he likes to play golf, volleyball and basketball, run, workout and relax with family or friends. Whether you are currently in pain, trying to prevent the onset of pain, or simply trying to move better, Dr. Cooper is eager to help!

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Amanda Campbell, R.M.T.

Amanda Campbell graduated from CDI college in 2006 at the top of her class and has been working as a Registered Massage Therapist ever since. She has worked overseas in Australia and out west in Lake Louise Alberta as a Massage Therapist. She has taken Reiki Level 1, is trained in hot stone massage, and has taken courses in nerve mobilization and acupressure. 

Amanda's nurturing manner and devotion to massage provides a comforting atmosphere for healing to begin. She treats with Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial, and hydrotherapy techniques and enjoys customizing each treatment to the client's specific needs to assist them in reaching their goals. The treatment focus is a full body approach to find the source of the problem and prevention for the future. Strong emphasis is placed on client education and home care specific to each person's needs. Amanda believes in the mind-body connection, and that healing starts with relaxation.

Amanda enjoys getting to know each client and their individual needs. She cares deeply about the well-being of all people and is dedicated to providing the highest level of care.



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Hannah Whaley, R.M.T.


Hannah provides Swedish massage, deep tissue and relaxation treatments! Her focus is to release muscle tension and stagnation, help improve postural balance through range of motion and stretching, and reduce muscle pain. She is also great at treating tension and sinus headaches, TMJ dysfunction, lower and upper back pain, as well as sciatic pain. She has a thorough background in movement therapy and uses her Yoga Teacher Training knowledge to help in her treatments with stretching and strengthening.

Hannah graduated from the International Academy of Health Education in Ottawa in March, 2017. Before studying to be an RMT she worked as an apprentice Horticulture and Landscaper. In addition to Yoga, Hannah keeps active by working on her family farm during the growing seasons.




Chatelain Jean, R.M.T., Med. Ac.

My name is Chatelain Jean (CJ) and I am a Registered Massage Therapist who is dedicated to the well being of my patients. I am active and enjoy sports, working out, reading, and am fascinated with the anatomy of the human body. The first thing that I learned in school was that our bodies were built to move and healing takes place in the presence of movement. As an RMT, my main objective is to facilitate the healing process to happen quickly and naturally. 

My treatment style is one of subtle intensity which allows the body to de-stress and alleviate discomfort from chronic pain syndromes. My work inspires a sense of renewal to restore optimum function throughout the body. I have continued my education to McMaster University, and today I integrate Medical Acupuncture with neuromuscular dysfunction, deep tissue work, reflexology, myofascial release, trigger points, and active release therapy. 

I truly enjoy my work as an RMT and believe the power of therapeutic bodywork with the right intention has the potential to holistically change lives. 

"There are no extra pieces in the universe. You are here because you have a place to fill and every piece must fit itself into the big jigsaw puzzle." Deepak Chopra

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Kayla McCormick, R.M.T.

Kayla McCormick graduated from Algonquin College in 2014 and has been working as a Registered Massage Therapist ever since. She has worked with a variety of age groups and seen a multitude of different cases. Kayla uses general Swedish techniques along with deep tissue, myofascial release and trigger point work. She believes in the motto “use it or lose it”. The body needs to be kept active and healthy to preform to its best ability and massage therapy is a great way to maintain healthy muscle tissue.

Kayla enjoys travelling and exploring. She has an adventures personality and enjoys trying new things. 

1261 Stittsville Main St. Stittsville ON K2S 2E4 (613) 831-7982