Notable.ca is Canada’s leading online lifestyle magazine for driven young professionals. I was so thrilled to have been featured as a notable young professional. With the first notable awards just weeks away I wanted to share my feature. It was a great opportunity for me to reflect on my career and pass on advice that has helped me over the years. Find out more at
I was so thrilled to be a part of the first episode of “The Angle” a women’s guid to health, lifestyle and success. We discussed health and wellness fads, hot to become your own health advocate and much more! These ladies are creating something that will truly benefit any woman looking to make a positive change in her life. ?
Dr. Nekessa Remy is a health and wellness professional & expert with a passion for sports injury prevention and enabling others to be their own health champions. She is an inspiration within the community and having opened her own clinic in 2010, medications is a shining example of success through following your passion. Dr. Remy’s expertise has been featured in the media including Social Life in Peel on Rogers TV, discount Mississauga Life Magazine, ByBlacks.com and the CHRY 105.5 Half Time Show. She has a strong belief that healthy living is a RIGHT and not a privilege. As a chiropractor and acupuncturist, Dr. Remy uses a variety of techniques to help her patients manage pain and improve function — but the most important part of her job is educating others on how to become their own health advocates.
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Toronto, ON (Oct. 26, 2015)—Mississauga Chiropractor, Dr. Nekessa Remy recently announced that she will be bringing her talents to the heart of Toronto at the Integra Health Centre where they are working to reinvent inter-disciplinary medicine.
“Starting in November, I will be splitting my days between The Chiropractic Office and the brand new, state of the art clinic, Integra Health Centre located inside The Exchange Tower within downtown Toronto’s financial district,” says Dr. Remy. “Integra Health will allow me an opportunity to work alongside family doctors, orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians and naturopaths in creating comprehensive treatment plans that address all aspects of patient care.”
According to statistics, only 23 per cent of children of Latin American and Caribbean descent in Canada go on to tertiary education and one University of Toronto (U of T) professor believes that part of the reason for this low statistic could be due to the lack of “cultural capital” or a system or network of influence that sets a student up for success.