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Located in the Heath Clinic of the UOIT/Durham College Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre, Fit 4 Sport-Campus Health offers Registered Physiotherapy & Chiropractic services to the students, staff & the general public. With a location that is convenient and hours that suit your busy schedule, our amazing team of health care practitioners will get you moving right and
feeling better!

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Meet our Team


Dr. Nicholas T. Antony, DC, MSc

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Nicholas T. Antony is an evidence-based Chiropractor serving the community of Durham Region for over 7 years. He incorporates a multidisciplinary approach in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries; utilizing a variety of treatment techniques including: myofascial release, joint mobilizations, acupuncture, shockwave therapy, exercise prescription, kinesiotaping and Graston.


Dr. Antony is a professor for the UOIT Faculty of Health Sciences; lecturing on biomechanics and neuroscience courses. He is certified with the Complete Concussion Management program and is also the Head of Medical Staff for the Whitby Dunlops Hockey Club. He is a graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. He obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph and also completed a master’s degree in Biomechanics and Ergonomics from York University. His research on workplace injuries was published in the Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology and was presented at the 14th Biennial Conference for the Canadian Society of Biomechanics in 2006.

Katie Dodington, PT, BHSc. Kin

Registered Physiotherapist

Katie graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science, Honours Specialization Degree in Kinesiology. She continued her education at the University of Toronto, where she graduated in 2011 with a Masters of Science Degree in Physical Therapy (MScPT).


She has worked in private practice since she began her career. She spent nearly a year working as a physiotherapist in Whistler, British Columbia, where she got experience with elite and recreational athletes including professional skiers and snowboarders, professional mountain bikers, as well as national and Olympic athletes. She practices dry needling, and also has some post graduate training in manual therapy, the Mulligan Technique and the McKenzie method. Outside of work Katie likes spending weekends at the cottage, kayaking, canoeing, snowboarding, playing soccer and beach volleyball, and hiking with her dog

Greg Grierson, BSc PT, Cred MDT

Registered Physiotherapist

Greg earned his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 1993 from the University of Western Ontario. He began his career working at St. Joseph’s Hospital in London Ontario in the orthopaedic department. He has since worked in private practice in Durham region for 24 years. Greg received credentials from the McKenzie Institute International in mechanical diagnosis and treatment of the spine in 1999. In addition, he has extensive post graduate course work in manual therapy and other related treatment techniques. Ice and ball hockey, weight training, and fishing are special interests to Greg. 

Dr Bernadette Murphy, MSc, DC

Doctor of Chiropractic

Bernadette A. Murphy is the Founding Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). She did an undergraduate degree in Life Sciences at Queens where she was a track and cross country athlete. Her experiences with injuries and rehabilitation lead her to complete her four year Doctor of Chiropractic training at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC). She then went to New Zealand where she completed her Masters and PhD in Neurophysiology. She was a faculty member in Sport and Exercise Science for 10 years there where she established a Masters degree in Exercise Rehabilitation. She has 28 years of experience as a chiropractor in both New Zealand and Canada. In her research program at UOIT she investigates how altered sensory input from the spine due to injury and fatigue affects the way the brain processes other sensory inputs and how this affects the way the brain controls output to muscles. She wants to understand what makes pain transition from acute to chronic and how back and neck treatment can improve movement and coordination. She loves working with patients and is excited to be joining Fit4Sport.