About Our Staff

Dr. Cindl Nabb, HBMSc, ND

       Cindl's interest in medicine started after participating in an awareness trip to Haiti in high school. This experience solidified her desire to make a difference on an individual and community level. It was Naturopathic Medicine's approach to health promotion and whole body care that drew her to this profession.

      After completing her degree in microbiology and immunology at the University of Western Ontario, she enrolled at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario. Cindl is comfortable treating a wide variety of conditions; however, throughout her 4 years at CCNM, she developed special interests in pediatrics, fertility, and women's health. 

      Through her years of walking with patients on their healing journeys, Cindl has seen first hand the mind-body connection and the need for holistic, whole-body care. Over the years Cindl has witness many stories of the devastating effect that mental and emotional turmoil can have on physical health. This has led Cindl to grow a deep respect and passion for mental fitness and the impact that bringing mental and emotional balance can have on physical wellness. 

      Cindl moved to Kenora with her family in 2012 and now enjoys all the wonderful benefits that Kenora has to offer with her 3 children. She is pleased to have the opportunity to bring an alternative and holistic perspective of health and wellness to our community. 



Samantha Del Bigio, MPT, B.Sc

   Registered Physiotherapist

     Sam grew up in a very physically active and health-oriented family. Following in her parent’s athletic footsteps, she grew up as a gymnast where she competed at the national level. Unfortunately, her gymnastics career was cut short due to an A.C.L tear in her knee at age 13. Her frequent visits to physiotherapy during her gymnastics career sparked an interest in physiotherapy as a career path for Sam.

     After her knee rehab was complete, Sam picked up an interest in pole vaulting. She was granted a scholarship to the University of Guelph where she completed her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Human Kinetics and a minor in Nutritional and Nutraceutical Science.  Alongside completing her degree, Sam placed 2nd at the Canadian Nationals (CIS) for pole vaulting in 2015.

     Before starting her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Manitoba, Sam worked as a strength and conditioning coach where she found her passion in sharing her love for exercise with others. This was where Sam was able to bridge the gap between being an athlete herself and training others for injury prevention, rehabilitation, and goal-oriented exercise.

“I know first-hand how frustrating injuries can be on not only our physical health but on our mental health as well. I just want to help people get back to doing what they love, and I truly think exercise is the best medicine.”

     Sam loves using her exercise knowledge and athletic background to help others of all ages reach their rehab goals. Sam is certified in acupuncture and has a special interest in pelvic floor physiotherapy. She is also passionate about being a lifelong learner where she plans to continue her education in manual therapy. Sam loves to tailor rehab programs for the individual through a problem solving, goal oriented, and team approach.


Lori Gray, Reflexologist


To Book an Appointment with Lori Gray please contact Settle Reflexology directly at (807) 465-5537, or by email llgray8@protonmail.com


Andrea Clemmens, HBSc.Kin. DCh. IIWCC


To Book an Appointment with Andrea Clemmens please contact The Foot Clinic directly at (807) 464-1066    

 Bianca Anzovino

       Manual Care Therapist 

    Bianca has had an abundance of experience in the field as a Massage Therapist. She is determined to assist individuals in understanding what they are made of and furthermore capable of. Bianca has a vision for prosperous living in the name of health. She finds herself often completely overwhelmed by the resilience and strength of the human being. Bianca understands that the textbook may be a necessary guide, however holds a standard that hardly accommodates the adaptive capacity for many. While encouraging healing, Bianca will aid your process in sustaining tissue integrity. Whether you require intensive therapeutic pressures, passive stretching, or a deeply relaxing override, Bianca’s approach will certainly aim to provide you with the best outcomes.

   Bianca’s skills may be found foremost in her: ability to understand, map fascial restrictions, trigger-point therapy, strength and stretch technique, proficiency in tension alleviation. Bianca uses her hands to guide her through palpation assessments throughout treatment and may suggest the use for dry cupping, dry needling, and/or electro-acupuncture modalities for accomplishing projected treatment outcomes. Craniosacral Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga are alternative certifications Bianca holds and may draw on these modalities for better success in treatment outcomes. Aromatherapy is welcome, and clients are encouraged to bring with them a scent that they prefer!


Eric Lukacs, HBSc.Kin. DCh. IIWCC

      Psychotherapist (

    I have been helping individuals and families since 1990 – most recently in private practice therapist and before that, in the non-profit sector. I come from a mixed cultural background but born and raised in the suburbs of Montreal. Prior to working in the Mental Wellness field, I had a ten-year career in business development, mostly selling equipment and engineering services to the paper industry. And so yes, for a brief time the paper mill in Kenora was a client in the 1990’s.

   If you would like to know more, please feel free to contact me for a "discovery call" that will give you the chance to ask questions and get see if working together is something you might be interested in. 





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