Who We Are

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote healing and wellness for people with neuro-musculoskeletal conditions.

Our History

Harbourview Health Center has been serving the Collingwood Community and surrounding areas for over 40 years. We pride ourselves on being an established and an important component of your overall health and well-being.

Our Team

Here at Harbourview Health Centre we have a wonderful and experienced team who will be able to assist you with your needs. Please take a moment and get to know us.

Where your Health and Healing Come Naturally.

At Harbourview Health, we align your health goals with custom treatment plans that promote your all-around wellness.

Dr. Rob McNabb (CHIROPRACTOR) has been in practice in Collingwood and Stayner since graduating in 1974 from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). He is a member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association and Ontario Chiropractic Association for the past 37 years.

In addition to learning various techniques in Chiropractic, he also feels that Acupuncture and Nutrition are also very important to the management of his patients.

He most recently became a member of the American Nutraceutical Association, which keeps him informed of the most up to date nutritional research.

One of Dr. McNabb’s greatest joys is helping his patients to better health.

Dr. Justin Maw (Chiropractor) graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Brock University and went on to further education at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). He is a member of the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (CCPA) and the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA).


In addition to practicing evidence-based diversified chiropractic care he also incorporates acupuncture, various soft tissue techniques, nutritional advice, and custom fit orthotics in treatment protocols. Dr. Maw enjoys working and promoting overall wellness with patients of all ages and backgrounds.


Outside of the clinic, Dr. Maw enjoys playing various sports such as baseball, hockey, golf, and pickleball. Dr. Maw, his wife, and their dog Duke look forward to spending time in the community of Collingwood. He is excited to work with patients to help improve overall wellness.

Dr. Shane Stainton (CHIROPRACTOR) graduated with a degree in Kinesiology from Laurentian University, which became a great foundation for his studies in chiropractic at New York Chiropractic College. As a patient early on in life due to hockey injuries, Shane saw the efficient manor in which chiropractic corrected various soft tissue injuries.

Using traditional chiropractic in addition to acupuncture, Bioflex laser therapy, custom orthotics and various soft tissue techniques Dr. Stainton enjoys working with patients from all age groups and performance levels.

As a lifelong resident of the Georgian triangle and father of three lovely girls, Dr. Stainton enjoys the outdoors and tending to the animals on his family farm.

Dr. Caroline Watson (CHIROPRACTOR) and her husband grew up in Collingwood.

After graduating High School she attended Laurentian University where she received her first degree in Psychology. She had been influenced by chiropractic as a child and had met another chiropractor during her time at Laurentian and became very excited about helping people be healthy. She attended Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis Missouri where she attained her second degree; Human Biology and a Doctorate in Chiropractic. She graduated from Logan College in 2010.

Once back in Canada, she started practicing in Richmond Hill. A short time later, she started to practice in Collingwood as well. In 2014, Dr. Caroline, her husband and their son, bought a home and are excited to live work and play in the Collingwood area.

Dr. Caroline uses multiple traditional Chiropractic techniques, accompanied with deep and soft tissue skills to maximize recovery time and improve over all wellness by maintaining a healthy nervous system. These systems improve the overall quality of life of all her patients from newborns to the elderly. She looks forward to helping you reach your wellness goals.


Dr. Casey started her post-secondary journey at the University of Manitoba where she received her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutritional Sciences. Dr. Casey went on to complete a 1-year internship and pass her national board exam to become a Registered Dietitian. After graduation, Dr. Casey wanted to continue her educational journey and passion for health sciences and she applied to the chiropractic program at Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota. In December 2022, she graduated and attained the status of Doctor of Chiropractic with a Summa Cum Laude distinction (highest honours).

Dr. Casey works with her patients to curate a specialized treatment plan for their needs, conditions, and abilities. Her treatments include a combination of manual or instrument-assisted adjustments, passive therapies for muscle relaxation, and therapeutic exercises to build strength, stability, and re-educate motor patterns. During treatment, Dr. Casey focuses on educating her patients on their conditions and provides a thorough examination and treatment plan to find and fix the root cause.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Casey has numerous hobbies that keep her busy. She has traveled to over 20 countries across the world and hopes to continue her travels in the future. During her time in the United States, she was able to visit several National Parks and enjoys hiking, kayaking, and fishing. She also recently developed her fly fishing skills in Montana over the past 8-months. She plays numerous sports including, hockey, softball, and pickleball. Dr. Casey is very excited to move to the Collingwood area and contribute to its vibrant community!

Jessica Wilson (Registered Massage Therapist)

Jessica graduated with honours from the massage therapy program at Georgian College in 2022 and is now a registered massage therapist with the CMTO. In 2015 she graduated with honours from the health and fitness program at Georgian and has spent the last 7 years working as a CSEP Personal Trainer.

As a trainer, Jessica saw many clients who suffered from chronic pain, muscle tension, decreased mobility, etc., and she had a desire to further assist them. After doing some research and seeing the benefits of massage therapy firsthand, she knew that continuing her education and becoming a registered massage therapist, was how she could best help with these ailments.

Jessica now combines her personal training experience with her massage therapy knowledge to create the best plan of care for her clients. She works with clients to create a treatment plan that will give them the best results.

These plans include a thorough assessment, personalized outcome-based massages, and providing home care. During the massage treatments, she uses a variety of techniques, including hydrotherapy, stretching, and facial and deep tissue work. Jessica has had experience working with many conditions including fibromyalgia, migraines, carpal tunnel, arthritis, MS, etc. She has seen the positive effects massage therapy can have on these conditions and more.

Jessica and her fiancé moved to the Georgian Bay area a few years ago and are currently living in Wasaga Beach with their dog. She can usually be found on a long walk, curled up with a book, or practicing pilates in her spare time. Jessica looks forward to working with her clients to help them achieve optimum results.

Kim Ball is a compassionate, open-hearted Clinical Somatic Educator who is committed to helping humans move better, feel better and live better.

For years I searched for something that would reduce stress, relieve pain, and improve mobility and strength. On the journey of my own healing, I discovered that Clinical Somatics (in the tradition of Thomas Hanna) was the missing link for me.

Clinical Somatics is a movement-based therapy that asks us to observe from within those areas of our body where we feel the freedom of movement and those areas where we feel restricted due to chronic tension.

Working from the center of the body – the core – we begin to release the large muscles through a sequence of safe and gentle movements. These movements are based on a series of patterns that are seen in the body. These patterns are strong reflexes that are “hard-wired” into the sensory-motor nervous system.

Through developing awareness of the brain-to-muscle connection, Clinical Somatic Education helps you to release tension, and also anger, frustration, and other emotions that we may accumulate in our body just by living and moving through life! The goal is to help free you from the stress and pain that are preventing you from fully engaging in your life.

Somatics teaches me every day to let go of what is not serving me well. It helps build confidence, renew a sense of self and reclaim personal empowerment by learning to move more freely, with less restriction.

I am passionate about helping others reclaim the power of their own body and discover that there is no end to self-improvement. The goal is to help free you from the stress and pain that are preventing you from fully engaging in your life.

To find out more about Kim Ball, Somatics, and Raindrop Technique please visit www.willowcreekwellness.ca

Jenn Barclay (Office Administrator) works at our Stayner clinic. She joined our team in June 2020 after many years of working at a bookstore. Jenn enjoys reading, being outdoors & spending time with her family. She is married & has two adult children & a son-in-law.

Lisa Muir (Office Manager) has been with us since 2018 and has been a wonderful addition to our team! She was born and raised in one of the smaller communities here in the Beautiful Georgian Triangle. Lisa Enjoys Skating, Hiking and biking especially when she is accompanied by her 2 Children.

Vicki Warner
Vicki Warner has over 20 years experience working in chiropractic offices and believes in the benefits of chiropractic care.

Vicki was raised in Collingwood and loves all of the amenities the area has to offer. She is married and enjoys gardening, hiking and boating in her spare time.