Adelaide Team

We are a dynamic team of medical professionals that offer a perfect combination of treatments to suit most kinds of pain and discomfort.

Dr. Jacquelyn Nicholls

Chiropractic and Acupuncture | Founder

Dr. Jacquelyn Nicholls is passionate about treating dancers, athletes, pregnant women and children through holistic, evidence-based, individualized care.
She believes that continuing education with an integrated approach is best for her patients to achieve their health goals.
Dr. Jacquelyn also offers rehabilitation and exercise programs to her patients.


A non-invasive, hands-on health care profession that serves to diagnose, treat, and help prevent disorders and conditions related to the spine, nervous system, and musculoskeletal system.


Acupuncture is a minimally invasive, non-painful part of conservative care that works by modulating the nervous system to restore its function.


Provides safe and effective and drug free care for pregnant moms. Webster Certified Chiropractors is someone who has been specifically trained to assess and adjust the spine and pelvis pregnant women.

Concussion Therapy

A concussion is a blow or jolt to the head that can change the way your brain normally works. Concussion therapy uses specialized chiropractic methods to restore your nervous system and promote healing.

Carly Wallace

Registered Physiotherapist

Carly was born and raised in Lindsay and attended Brock University for Kinesiology in 2005. After working as a kinesiologist locally for one year after graduating she realized her real passion was physiotherapy. She then attended the University of Toronto where she earned a Masters in Physiotherapy and now has 7 years experience as a physiotherapist here in the Kawartha Lakes. She enjoys running, biking, HIIT and spending time with her husband and three children.

Carly has completed extra training in manual therapy, McKenzie method, soft tissue techniques, acupuncture and exercise prescription. While Carly treats all musculoskeletal conditions, she has a special interest in treating low back and shoulder pain. She is also an experienced pelvic therapist, treating women’s health issues such as urinary incontinence and pelvic pain. She works a lot with postpartum and postmenopausal pelvic issues. She is also an advanced practice practitioner for assessing low back pain, and does local patient screening for the Scarborough hospital spine surgeons through the ISAEC program.


Used alongside other medical services and often after surgeries, Physiotherapy is the practice of improving a patient's physical function through physical examination, diagnosis, physical intervention, rehabilition and patient education.

Pelvic Health

Pelvic Health is a subset of Physiotherapy which diagnoses and improves physical issues related to the bladder, bowel, and sexual function. Adelaide Clinic offers Pelvic Health Physiotherapy for women.

Ryan Plumpton

Registered Massage Therapist

Hello, my name is Ryan. In 2009 I graduated from the Massage Therapy program at Algonquin College with an Advanced Diploma as the first step towards my career in health care. I have a curious mind that lends itself to the problem solving nature of both orthopedic testing and manual therapy; and so I will always be looking for the best possible way to treat you, whether you aim for better performance, or a little relaxation.

I like to think of myself as the Swiss Army Knife of RMT's. By that I mean that I have cultivated experience in as many forms of treatment as I possibly can. Knowing that sometimes a knot is caused by a fascial binding, or that numbness is secondary to swelling further up a nervous pathway; it never made sense to me to have a limited focus. Instead, I have done my best to make sure I could treat anything put in front of me. As such, I have had success treating across a range of conditions; from improving range of motion and reducing swelling following a knee replacement, to providing some badly needed pain relief to those that suffer from fibromyalgia or chronic headache. I am also fortunate to have counted expecting moms, athletes, and children among those I have been able to help.

It is with you in mind that I will continually update our massages. I believe strongly in health care partnership, and for you to best take care of yourself I incorporate large amounts of home-care and remedial exercise into my treatments. Currently, I practice Jiu Jitsu as my sport of choice, but in the past I have been a competitive wrestler, rock climber and soccer player. These athletic endeavors have given me a wide range of activities to draw from when providing the coaching that will help you help yourself. After all, it would be lovely if you could have massage daily, but realistically the more knowledge I can share the better equipped you will be for the day without treatment.

I am very happy to be working with Dr. Nicholls where I have found a like minded practitioner who shares my passion for optimizing health, and who offers skill sets and techniques that I don't have access to.

I look forward to introducing myself in person!

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues of the body. Massage Therapy helps alleviate the discomfort associated with everyday and occupational stresses and chronic pain conditions.

Rosemary Deitch

Registered Massage Therapist

Rosemary Deitch has been working in health care in Lindsay since 1985. Her passion for health started in nursing where she worked for 10 years, mainly spent in extended care facilities and at the Ross Memorial Hospital.

Through her experience as a nurse Rosemary saw the benefits of massage therapy, which spurred her to explore this career path since 1994. Rosemary has been fortunate enough to teach her passion at Sir Sandford Fleming College for three years. Her 24 years of experience in massage therapy has allowed her to successfully treat many different conditions; including but not limited to neck pain, headaches, Fibromyalgia, tendonitis, Sciatica, chronic pain conditions, muscle strains, and stress related pain.

Her approach is to use deep pressure to ease out muscle tension, reduce trigger points and adhesions within the tolerance of each client. Her continuing education has led her to study therapeutic touch, cranial sacral therapy, and most recently acupuncture.

Her goal for every client is to tailor her treatment to them by using various methods to improve an individual’s lifestyle.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues of the body. Massage Therapy helps alleviate the discomfort associated with everyday and occupational stresses and chronic pain conditions.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is a specialised form of deep-tissue massage using suction. It is used to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, and relaxation.