Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Dr. Cupp began her professional studies at Lakehead University. After obtaining an Honours degree in Kinesiology, she enrolled in the Chiropractic program at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota. In 2003 she began practicing family based Chiropractic in Southern Ontario. While living in Southern Ontario she completed her training in Acupuncture and became certified in 2006. After living there for four years, her and her husband (also from Thunder Bay), missed the north and decided to move home.
In her practice, Dr. Cupp uses diversified joint manipulation, Thompson technique, activator, deep tissue therapy, exercise therapy and of course Acupuncture. These techniques allow her to treat different age groups and cover numerous different health conditions. Every patient receives a treatment plan specifically tailored to their own individual needs.
When not treating patients, her home life alongside her husband consists of raising their daughter and son who are actively involved in competitive dance and hockey. Sports have been a huge role in her life since childhood and now with her children and for that reason, she sees many athletes in her practice.
Dr. Sheri Robertson is a graduate of Lakehead University with a Bachelor of Science degree. She continued her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto and began practicing chiropractic in 2001. “Throughout the past several years I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of patients. Being able to help people achieve success through such a gentle and natural form of healthcare is very rewarding. I have worked closely with prenatal, infant/child care, sports related injuries and everyday wear and tear injuries. These experiences have all helped to evolve my practice into what it is today: patient focused healthcare”. Dr. Robertson has developed many community relationships and is keenly interested in how different health disciplines can work together to provide optimum patient care. In addition, she currently works at the ISAEC spine assessment centre. In this collaborative model of care, she works with both an orthopedic surgeon and a physiotherapist providing spine assessment and education. At home, life is fun and active. Alongside with her husband, they are a busy family raising 3 active boys. To keep herself healthy and ready to keep up with the demands of mothering 3 boys and working a fantastic career, Dr. Sheri likes to spend time trying out new healthy recipes and staying fit.
Dr. Amanda Mithrush’s love of sports led her to pursue a career in healthcare. She graduated from Sir Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours BA in Kinesiology & Physical Education as a CIS Academic All - Canadian varsity soccer athlete. She then went on to study at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and graduated in 2019 with cum laude recognition. It is through playing sports and her studies that have fostered her passion for wellness and living a healthy lifestyle. It is this passion that leads her to want to be a significant contributor to people’s lives as it pertains to their own health and wellness. In practice, she provides a number of different techniques including diversified manual therapy (spinal and extremity manipulations/) mobilizations), soft tissue therapy/instrument assisted soft tissue therapy, specialized exercise prescription and acupuncture to guide her patients on a path of optimal functioning and well-being. When she is not taking care of patients she enjoys playing soccer, snowboarding, staying active and spending time with family and friends.