Dr. Katherine is a family chiropractor, whose vision is to see the Junction community full of healthy, happy children and adults. She wants families to connect to the world around them, and feel supported and loved. Her most rewarding experiences have been helping struggling parents find answers and discover solutions.
Katherine is a native of Toronto and a huge Toronto Maple Leafs fan. Outside of the office, you can likely find her on the hockey rink, the local running trail or spending time with her family.
Dr. Katherine has training in a variety of treatment techniques, including Webster Technique (for pregnancy), pediatric adjusting, Activator Methods, Thompson Technique, and acupuncture.
Dr. Jenn Tomayer
Dr. Jenn was born in Hamilton but grew up in Oshawa. She moved to Windsor for University, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Kinetics, and Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology. Chiropractic has been a regular part of her life since childhood. Growing up she competed in gymnastics at the National Level. Amidst the rigorous physical activity, regular chiropractic adjustments allowed her to stay competitive while ensuring safe and healthy development. She pole-vaulted on the University Track and Field team; and her highest jump of 12.8 ft (3.9m) earned her 5th place at Nationals. Athlete or not, Dr. Jenn is ready to get you moving and feeling your best!
Hi I’m Rachael! I grew up in Hamilton, ON and I have lived in Toronto for the past four years. I started my career in radio as a marketing coordinator, planning contests and large events then slowly realized that I had a passion for the administrative field. I love reading biographies, doing yoga and most recently have found a love for meditation. On days off I can be found walking in High Park or taking the “long” drive to Hamilton to visit my family.
Hi I’m Kat! I grew up in the Beaches neighbourhood in Toronto! After high school I went to Carleton University in Ottawa to study in their “great books” program, Humanities (lovingly called HUMS). From that, I somehow managed to find a job in finance at BNY Mellon as an analyst, and I stayed there for more than 4 years (minus time I took off to travel). I‘m happy to be joining the Atlas team while I return to school. I’m studying film and how to use other mediums to tell stories and share narratives.