Clinic REOPENING June 5th 2020

COVID 19’s return to work, what to expect:

  • There will be a screening email sent to you 24 hours prior to confirm you do not have COVID symptoms. If you do have any symptoms, we ask that you do not attend your appointment and use the 811 on-line self-assessment tool if you are unwell.
  • Screening will also be asked upon arrival by reception and once again when you enter the room with your practitioner. This is required by our associations to return to work.
  • Upon arrival to the clinic, please wait in your car and we will call you within 2 minutes of your appointment or when the practitioner is ready. We have a “check in” process if you would like to let us know you’re here in your car by visiting:
  • Once entering the clinic, you will have to sanitize your hands immediately (touch-less machine directly inside the doors to the left)
  • We ask that all clients pay in advance for your treatment when you arrive. Once you enter the clinic with your practitioner you will not be permitted to return to admin, and we ask that you exit our side door into the main building.
  • MASKS- are REQUIRED for all Physiotherapy and Osteopathy clients – please arrive with a clean, non-medical mask as we do not have extra to sell clients at this time.
  • Clients must attend appointments by themselves whenever possible. If you require someone to accompany or assist you, we ask you to make arrangements ahead of time with the clinic. All other persons must wait outside the clinic.
  • Please be advised that we ask you not to bring unnecessary items with you to your treatment. – ex: additional bags.
  • Our staff are practicing higher protocols for cleaning and we have added additional time between clients to ensure we do a full clean before each client.
  • We thank you for your cooperation through this reopening process and we are very excited to see all clients once again.


Natural therapy based on removing the underlying causes of pain and illness, rather than managing symptoms

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy was founded in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Still, M.D. Osteopathy is a natural therapy based on removing the underlying causes of pain and illness, rather than managing symptoms. This allows the body’s inherent self-healing ability to resume. Symptoms, whether involving pain, restriction of movement, digestive dysfunction, fatigue, headaches or migraines, stress, etc. often represent the end result and can be far removed from the mitigating factors. There may be several factors that contributed to the resultant distress.

The Osteopathic practitioner examines the complex interconnectedness of the whole body’s main systems, as a single unit. A highly trained sense of touch, biomechanical analysis, and palpatory motion assessments of different tissue layers, are used to identify and correct structural imbalance and other restrictions within the body. When all the components are in balance, the body’s self-healing ability is restored and continues to function without requiring further intervention.

Who can benefit from Osteopathy?

  •  People of all ages suffering with digestive disorders, or chronic illness.
  • Anyone with repetitive strain injuries, or post-accident.
  • Newborns, infants, toddlers, children of all ages.

Osteopathic Treatment utilizes a multitude of technique approaches that are not limited to but include:

1. Myofascial, Connective Tissue & Neuromuscular Treatment – returns muscles and fascia to their original length, thus removing strain from joints and organs;

2. Cranial Sacral Therapy  – attends to the underlying biorhythm and motion of the dural membranes and fluid which surround and invest the brain and spinal cord, and which influence cellular exchange throughout the whole body;

3. Visceral technique and Neurolymphatic reflex treatment- relieves stressful forces acting on internal organs or their suspensory ligaments, which improves mobility & blood flow, and helps the organ function more effectively;

4. Oscillatory Osteoarticular Treatment- are gentle rhythmical realignment of bony structures to encourage efficient weight bearing and movement, and normalize associated function;

5. Muscle Energy Techniques – relaxes tight muscles and reeducates the nervous system, which controls muscle activity and greatly influences circulation.

Other technique principles that are utilized in osteopathic treatment include Lymphatic drainage, Trigger point and ganglia reflex treatment, Ligamentous articular release, and Counter strain. If you would like to learn more

Your first visit

On your first visit, a complete health history, your current health conditions, concerns and treatments are discussed.

A full overall physical and functional examination is conducted.

The findings of the assessment and a treatment plan is discussed with you. Referrals to other health care practitioners is recommended when appropriate.

Treatment may involve an extensive range of hands-on techniques; soft tissue stretching, deep tactile pressure, mobilization and/or gentle adjustments of the soft issues and joints.

The frequency of treatments recommended is based on assessment findings. Adequate time between visits is required to allow your body to integrate the changes that occur from one treatment to the next.

You may be asked to sit or recline on the examination table; loose, comfortable clothing is recommended.

What conditions are commonly treated with Osteopathy?


  • Neck pain
  • Back pain
  • Menstrual pain
  • Sciatica
  • Headaches and Migraines
  • Jaw pain (TMJ disorder)
  • Bursitis and Tendinitis
  • Joint Pain and Arthritis
  • Motor Vehicle Accident related pain
  • Sports Injury related pain (including concussions)
  • Over-Use / Repetitive Strain Injury related pain
  • Fibromyalgia

Pregnancy Issues:

  • Back pain and Sciatica
  • Digestive upset
  • Edema (Swelling)

Children's Issues:

  • Colic
  • Spitting up
  • Sucking difficulty
  • Delayed development
  • Birth trauma
  • Otitis media (Ear infections)

Systemic Problems:

  • Neurological syndromes
  • Digestive disorders
  • Genitourinary problems
  • Chronic infectious disease
  • Circulatory problems

Respiratory Illness:

  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis
  • Pleurisy
  • Allergies

Ear, Nose, and Throat Problems:

  • Chronic ear infections
  • Recurrent sore throats
  • Frequent colds
  • Glaucoma
  • Sinusitis (Sinus infection / inflammation)
  • Tinnitus (Noise or ringing in the ear)

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