MARIO MICOVSKY D.C.
Dr. Mario has been a passionate Windsorite for as long as he can remember. Frankly, as Windsorite as you can get without having the privilege of being born here. But as you get to know him that’s something you’ll find at the core of Dr. Mario’s DNA: passion and dedication.
Raised in South Windsor, his fondest memories are playing street hockey with the neighborhood kids, tennis at Central Park, left wing forward for the FC Nationals, and any sport he could get his hands on at Hon. W. C. Kennedy Collegiate Institute. These days he primarily focuses on cycling, tennis and golf—but enjoys anything requiring movement.
Dr. Mario is a proud Alumnus of the Human Kinetics Movement Science program at the University of Windsor. It was because of his love of sports and persistent array of injuries that he first decided to attend the HK program—and it was thanks to HK and the UofW Co-Op program that he found his passion and calling for chiropractic care.
With careful research into curriculum and philosophies, Dr. Mario decided to pursue his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Logan University in St. Louis Missouri. Something he will now tell you was one of the best decisions of his life. The core of Dr. Mario's care is simple: he takes the time needed to understand and treat your ailments, ensuring that he not only remedies the issue, but that he brings alignment and a feeling of well-being back to your general daily function and movement.
ANDREW MERCER D.C.
Dr. Andrew was born and raised in Windsor Ontario. He studied at the University of Windsor in Human Kinetics obtaining his B.H.K. (Hons) as well as Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College obtaining his Doctor of Chiropractic.
Dr. Mercer is an evidence based, patient-centered practitioner who is committed to lifelong learning and ensuring his patients best interests are his number one priority. He uses his extensive knowledge of the body's anatomy and biomechanics to create a customized, evidence-based treatment plan for each patient.
Dr. Mercer has additional training in acupuncture, dry needling, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue therapy, peripheral nerve entrapments and Athletic Movement Assessment. He combines this knowledge with his drive and passion to ensure his patients' can unlock their potential.
Dr. Mercer has always had a passion for giving back to his community by working with various surrounding teams including the Windsor Spitfires, AKO Fratmen, and the Kennedy Football Team. Outside of the clinic you can find Dr. Mercer being very active playing multiple sports, walking his Australian Shepherd, and travelling the world with his wife.
MEGAN HOULAHAN MPT
Megan is a Registered Physiotherapist who graduated from Western University in 2016 with a Masters of Physical Therapy. Prior to graduate school, she completed her Bachelors of Human Kinetics (Movement Science) at the University of Windsor in 2012.
She previously worked in London, Ontario for 4 years in outpatient orthopaedics, with a multidisciplinary team and in collaboration with London spine surgeons, helping patients with both surgical and non-surgical lower back and neck pain.
Megan has taken post-graduate courses in orthopaedic manual therapy, acupuncture, concussion and post-concussion syndrome, and rehabilitation of running injuries. She loves learning new things and plans to continue to further her education in these areas.
Outside of work, Megan loves to run and has completed 3 half-marathons, numerous 5K and 10K races, and hopes to one day run a full marathon! She also enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dog Watson.
Having actively rehabbed through many injuries herself, she has a deep understanding of what it means to have an injury stop you from doing what you love. Her approach to treatment is always catered to the individual and her goal is to get her patients back to doing the things in their lives that are meaningful to them.
BETH ALEXANDER, R.M.T.
Beth Alexander is a Registered Massage Therapist and female athlete born and raised here in the city of Windsor, Ontario.
She graduated with honours from the three-year Massage Therapy program at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Ontario obtaining an advanced diploma in 2015.
Beth grew up playing competitive softball for the Windsor Lady Expo’s and travel hockey for the Windsor Wildcats, while representing Vincent Massey Secondary School on the Volleyball, Softball, Tennis and Track and Field team. However over the last few years the game of Golf has become her passion.
As an athlete Beth has a very personal understanding of the requirements and demands of sport. She utilizes many manual techniques including trigger point therapy, soft tissue release, myofascial work and deep tissue massage.
Beth’s passion for sport and positive experience with massage therapy has driven her intense interest in the human body and inspired her career as a Registered Massage Therapist.
RYAN SLEIMAN, R.M.T/FST
Ryan is a Registered Massage Therapist born and raised in Kingsville, Ontario. He graduated from Canadian College of Health Science and Technology’s massage and hydrotherapy program in 2019.
Ryan grew up playing a variety of sports, but found his true passion for long distance running in high school and competed for Kingsville District High School, Windsor legion Track Club and even earned the opportunity to represent Canada two times internationally. His success earned him a Cross Country and Track scholarship at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York. An injury plagued college career prevented Ryan from taking his running to the next level, but sparked a new passion for injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation and led him to pursue a career as an RMT.
Ryan’s athletic experience and interest in the complexity human body is what motivates him to continue learning every single day in order to provide the best results possible for each and every one of his patients. Ryan currently utilizes a variety of joint mobilization & soft tissue techniques during treatment. He is also certified in Fascial Stretch Therapy and likes to incorporate that into his treatments as well. Away from the clinic he is a frequent “hobby jogger” rarely missing a day and enjoying every minute of it.