Dr. Corallo's Story
Dr. Corallo was first attracted to chiropractic at a young age. Suffering from chronic migraines, Dr. Corallo continuously sought help from many health care practitioners. It was chiropractic care that helped his symptoms and ignited his interest in health care. Playing provincial level soccer and competitive hockey for over 10 years, Dr. Corallo experienced many injuries, and has had impactful exposure to clinical settings including chiropractic and rehabilitation clinics. This continuous exposure to chiropractic care strengthened his passion in the field. In pursuit of this passion, Dr. Corallo completed the Honours Kinesiology program at the University of Waterloo, and received his Doctor of Chiroprctic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 2017. Additionally, Dr. Corallo completed his certification in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University in 2016.
Dr. Corallo is a chiropractor that combines a wellness approach with evidence-based care. His life experiences with chiropractic have demonstrated to him that being a good health care provider involves more than just treating a specific problem. Good health care practitioners provide holistic care such that they help guide their patients physically, psychologically, and socially, to a better quality of life. Dr. Corallo takes these principles and puts them into practice by helping others overcome the challenges of rehabilitation.
Outside of work, Dr. Corallo has developed a great passion for cooking, continues to stay active by playing soccer, and enjoys spending time with his family and friends.
Dr. Daley's Story
Dr. Allyshia Daley was raised in Miramichi, New Brunswick. Her love & passion for healthcare led her to obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of New Brunswick. While attending UNB, she was exposed to the wonderful world of chiropractic and thus began her journey. She continued to Ontario to pursue her Doctor of Chiropractic and Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Provider degrees from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and McMaster University, respectively.
Dr. Daley's chiropractic focus ranges from infants & pregnant women, to athletes, elderly and everything in between. Her practice knows no limits and welcomes any opportunity to educate and assist patients.
Since graduation, Dr. Daley has been practicing in her home province and has recently moved back to Toronto where she will continue her chiropractic journey. You can find her at DC Chiropractic on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Dr. Baeva's Story
Alexandra is a board-certified Naturopathic Doctor. She received her post-graduate degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. She is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND) and is licensed with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO).
Alexandra's primary focus is in optimizing digestion, restoring thyroid health, balancing women’s hormones (fertility, PCOS, menopause and more) and treating post-concussion syndrome.
Alexandra is a meditation and yoga enthusiast and believes that true health lies in the balance of physical, emotional and spiritual aspects. Alexandra relies on evidence-based scientific protocols combined with traditional holistic wisdom, so the patient gets the best of both worlds. She tailors her treatment protocols to each person’s unique needs. She is passionate about educating people about wellness and providing tools for informed health decisions.
Nadia Iantorno's Story
Nadia completed her Specialized Honours in Kinesiology and Health Sciences program at York University, and received her Master’s of Physical Therapy from Queen’s University in 2018. Nadia has gained experience during her schooling working with clients dealing with deficits from a variety of sources such as stroke and Parkinson’s Disease, MVA, post-surgical recoveries, and cardiopulmonary rehab.
Nadia believes that our bodies are meant to move! She enjoys assisting patients in improving their functional abilities whether it be for return to hobbies or activities of daily living. One of the things Nadia likes most about her job is treating a variety of conditions, patient centered care, and the continuous learning experience this field brings.