Medical Consultants

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Dr. James Keung, DC, RMT

Chiropractor | Registered Massage Therapist | Acupuncture & Orthotics

Dr. James Keung is a dedicated healthcare provider with a wealth of expertise in chiropractic care and massage therapy. Graduating with Magna Cum Laude honours from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, he holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Dr. Keung further expanded his skills by obtaining a Diploma of Massage Therapy from the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy, alongside earning an Honours Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo.

Dr. Keung practices at Step Up Massage & Rehab in Toronto, Ontario. In his practice, Dr. Keung emphasizes three primary treatment modalities: deep tissue massage and myofascial release therapy, gentle chiropractic adjustments, and customized rehabilitation programs. These interventions are designed to alleviate discomfort, promote recovery, and prevent the recurrence of injuries.

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Dr. Gregory Stoltz, DC

Chiropractor | Physiotherapy | Massage Therapy | Acupuncture

Dr. Gregory Stoltz, owner of Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic, is a leading chiropractor in Ottawa. OPRC offers a range of services, including chiropractic care, physiotherapy, massage therapy, and more, catering to the diverse needs of the Ottawa community and ensuring optimal recovery and performance for every individual.

With expertise from New York Chiropractic College and McMaster University, Dr. Stoltz provides evidence-informed care including soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, and exercise prescription. Dr. Stoltz’s philosophy is to provide evidence-informed care through a combination of soft tissue therapy, joint mobilizations and manipulations, acupuncture, rehabilitation and exercise prescription, nutritional advice and patient education. Editorial Team

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Grace Struth, Sleep Content Lead

Grace’s role as Sleep Content Lead involves identifying which mattress and sleep topics matter most to Canadians and coordinating all reviews, comparisons, articles, and best mattress guides for She has a bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing from MacEwan University and more than 10 years of experience in marketing and content development across a wide range of industries, including technology and health research.

Grace also knows the struggle of getting a good night’s sleep. Her goal is to help you find the right mattress so you can get the quality rest you need.

  • Top Sleep Tip: If you have kids and/or pets, get the biggest mattress size you can. Never compromise cuddles for quality sleep when you can get both! I have a king size and I can never go back to anything else.
  • Sleep Struggle: I stay up way too late reading because I’m enjoying my “me time.” My kids also wake me up at all hours, whether because they had a nightmare or want to watch cartoons at 4AM on a Wednesday.
  • Favourite Sleep Product: I love my adjustable bed, especially when I’m sick or dealing with back pain. I can move to the position that’s most comfortable without messing around with extra pillows, meaning I’m more likely to stay in that position all night.
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Brook Bell, Sleep Content Strategist

Brook’s role as a Sleep Content Strategist involves writing and editing articles for He manages relationships with third-party publications and editorial partners, including consulting medical professionals. Brook holds a bachelor of science degree in humanities with a specialty in communications. He has over 8 years of experience in marketing and communications, and he has worked in a wide range of industries like fitness and holistic wellness.

  • Top Sleep Tip: Buy what you need, not what you want. Sometimes there’s a mattress that fits within both categories, but when it doesn’t, go with the mattress that suits your body’s needs over aesthetics.
  • Sleep Struggle: I overheat easily and am a light sleeper. I’m easily woken up by the slightest disturbances.
  • Favourite Sleep Product: I really enjoy a nice set of cooling sheets. There’s nothing better than crawling into bed in a fresh set of sheets that are cool to the touch.
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Alex Forest, Sleep Content Specialist

Alex’s role as Sleep Content Specialist involves assisting with the development and management of sleep-related content at With a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, majoring in Marketing and minoring in International Business, Alex is enthusiastic about engaging with her audience on everything sleep—from mattresses to bedframes and beyond. Her experience as a national-level coach and a high-performance athlete helps her to understand the critical role of sleep in recovery to help achieve strong physical performances and enjoy everyday life.

  • Top Sleep Tip: Utilize all those extra pillows on your bed! Placing a pillow under your hips or between your knees, depending on how you sleep, can help support your body and encourage healthy sleeping positions.
  • Sleep Struggle: I’m a combination sleeper, and I tend to toss and turn while I alternate sleeping positions throughout the night.
  • Favourite Sleep Product: I always wake up feeling very well-rested after sleeping with a weighted blanket. I find that the pressure from the weight helps me sleep more deeply.
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Sam Kulathilaka, Sleep Content Specialist

Sam’s role as a Sleep Content Specialist involves contributing to the development and management of sleep-centric content at Armed with a Bachelor's degree in Commerce, specializing in Marketing and Strategic Management, and drawing from her own sleep challenges, Sam is committed to delivering engaging and easy-to-understand content. Her goal is to help readers make informed decisions and improve their sleep by finding the ideal mattress and sleep routines.

  • Top Sleep Tip: Maintain good mattress hygiene by washing your sheets and cleaning your mattress regularly. Place your mattress in direct sunlight and air it out near a window when possible to eliminate bacteria and allergens. This helps create a more comfortable sleep environment.
  • Sleep Struggles: I occasionally experience stiffness or muscle pain upon waking. This is often attributed to changing sleeping positions during the night or falling asleep in poor sleep positions, which strains certain muscles.
  • Favourite Sleep Product: While not a traditional sleep product, running a fan at night enhances my sleep experience. Not only does it provide a cooling breeze, but it also creates white noise, which helps mask external disturbances and alleviates the unsettling silence of the night.