Business Hours

Monday 8:00am-8:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am-5:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am-8:30pm

Thursday 8:30am-5:00pm
Friday 8:00am-2:30pm
Second Saturday 9:00am-3:00pm

Our Team



Dr. Jonathan Hynes BKIN(Hon) D.C.

Dr. Jonathan Hynes BKin (Hon) D.C. graduated from the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation at Memorial University in 2004, in his time at MUN he was working as a Certified Fitness Consultant and at a rehabilitation clinic as a Work Hardening Assistant which specialized in Clinic Based Occupational Rehabilitation. He then got accepted to attend the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto where he was extensively trained to assess, diagnose, and treat all regions of the body. He is a hands-on, diversified technique practitioner who utilizes spinal manipulative therapy, myofascial release therapy, instrument assisted soft tissue techniques and rehabilitational exercises. He treats various conditions from head, (Temporal Mandibular Joint syndrome, headaches, neck pain etc.) to toe (plantar fasciitis, ankle and knee injuries) and everywhere in between (mid back and low back pain, Nerve impingement syndromes, etc.). Dr. Hynes has also had training in custom orthotics and has been providing those in the Conception Bay South area for the last 5 years. Dr. Hynes has been in practice since 2007 where he worked in the Sherbourne Health Centre in downtown Toronto, which is a clinic funded by CMCC to treat inner city and high health risk patients. Upon Graduation he returned to Gander where he worked for a year before making his home in Conception Bay South. If you are suffering from any musculoskeletal pain come in for an assessment and he will try his best to provide you with maximum relief. He also strongly believes in a team-oriented patient centred health care and if he can’t help you out then he will refer you to where he believes would be best for you and your condition.



Bailey Strickland, PT

Bailey completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honours degree at  Memorial University in 2017. Throughout her degree, she completed the  co-op program which allowed her to work as a Kinesiology student with  CBS Wellness Centre. After MUN, Bailey decided to further her  education, and went on to complete her Masters of Physiotherapy at  Dalhousie University in Halifax in 2019. Since then, Bailey has  returned home and is now living in Mount Pearl. She is excited and  eager to be back with the team that initially inspired her to do  Physiotherapy, and to service the population of her home community of  Conception Bay South and surrounding areas. Bailey has a passion for  helping people, and prides herself in providing patient centred care.  Whether it be a musculoskeletal issue, neurological impairment,  cardiorespiratory concern, or if you are simply seeking some advice;  Bailey strives to help fabricate and ultimately reach realistic goals  put forth by her and her patients using education, manual therapy and  exercise in addition to other techniques! In her spare time, Bailey  enjoys spending time with her friends and family, adventuring  outdoors, travelling, playing recreational sports and hanging out with  her two kitties Kobe & Rosie.

Reach out to Bailey for your Physiotherapy needs today! Even if she  doesn’t have an immediate answer, she will continue to work until your needs are met, drawing on the expertise of the clinics interdisciplinary team whenever deemed in the best interest of YOU. Above all else- Bailey wants you to remember that you must take care of your body, after all- it is the only place you HAVE to live!



Greg Ireland, PT

Greg graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland with an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2019. He has experience as a Physiotherapist in a variety of settings; in the UK, Ghana and now Canada, having moved to Newfoundland in 2019. Prior to this in 2015, Greg completed his BSc (Hons) in Physiology & Sports Science and continues to have a keen interest in sporting injuries and performance.

In 2017, Greg became an OTAGO Certified Strength and Balance Exercise Program Leader aimed at reducing falls in older adults. This was followed up with a Level 3 International Diploma in Sports Massage a year later. Later in 2018, Greg was the recipient of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Education and Development Placement Award and The Sir Alex Ferguson Travel Bursary allowing him to pursue Physiotherapy work experiences abroad.

Greg hopes to use these experiences to create a positive rehab environment which suits you, using a combination of hands-on manual therapy, exercise prescription and education to help you make a speedy recovery.


Blaise Peters, PT


Dr. Michelle Collett, Dr. TCM, R.Ac, n.d.

Massage Therapy

Carolyn Stagg, RMT

Carolyn Stagg completed her education from comp college in 2009 and passed her board exam to become a registered massage therapist shortly after. Currently Carolyn is an active member and a registered with the college of massage therapists of newfoundland and labrador massage therapy association. Carolyns skills include swedish massage techniques, myofacial work, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and educating on stregthening and stretching exercises.


Jen Manning, RMT

Jennifer studied massage therapy in Edmonton, AB. A two year program comprised of 2200 hours, her education taught her different modalities such as relaxation massage, myofascial release, hydrotherapy and deep tissue massage. Jennifer graduated in 2011 and moved back to her hometown in St. John's soon after. After doing a short stint in relaxation massage, Jen decided that therapeutic massage was what she wanted to focus on.


Paula Stratton, RMT

Paula Stratton is a registered massage therapist and is an active member of the newfoundland and labrador massage therapy association, the college of massage therapiests of newfoundland and labrador. She graduated from comp college in 2006 and has been with CBS wellness centre since 2011. Her skills include swedish massage techniques, myofacial work, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and prenatal massage. Paula treats a wide variety if conditions including repeated strain injuries, chronic muscle tension, whiplash and tension headaches. She has continued her education with deep tissue therapy and most recently cupping therapy.


Janaye Allingham, RMT

Janaye graduated with honours from the Massage Therapy program at Eastern College in July 2010 and is an actve member of the Newfoundland & Labrador Massage Therapists Association. She works hard and wants to see results - results for you. Janaye believes that the work environment at CBS Wellness promotes a positive atmosphere for the road to recovery.


Shauna Hoben, RMT

Shauna has an empathetic personality and a passion for helping and healing, which prompted her career in massage therapy. Her genuine care for her clients' well being and progress make her treatments stand out. Shauna graduated from Academy Canada's Massage Therapy program in 2017 and has been part of the crew at Dynamic Physio and Wellness since February 2018, and she couldn't be happier with her career. She has a background in Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry in addition to her massage training. Her specialties include Swedish Relaxation Massage, Cupping therapy, deep or light pressure depending on the needs/preferences of each client. Shauna’s treatments offer a perceptive therapeutic touch, for those who have trouble voicing what they need in a treatment. Shauna’s sweet demeanor and ready wit can brighten any atmosphere. Shauna’s other passions in life include the ocean, reading, learning new things and spending time with family and friends.



Cameron Hicks

Cameron graduated from Memorial University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and is a Certified Kinesiologist with the Newfoundland and Labrador Kinesiology Association. With his volunteer and (Co-op) placement’s he has much experience working with individuals in a health and fitness atmosphere. As a Kinesiologist Cameron specializes in active exercise therapy and patient education. Most people would seek Kinesiologist if they are looking to increase their range of motion, muscular endurance or muscular strength.

Some of Cameron’s hobbies include, hiking the east coast trails, playing multiple recreational sports and volunteering in a biomechanics lab.