Manual osteopathy is a gentle, holistic system of health care that focuses on the body’s structure, in order to optimize functions. While manual osteopathy is best known for relief from daily discomforts. It also helps to optimize all of the body’s systems (including movement, digestion, sleep, and energy levels) manual osteopathy differentiates between symptoms and the cause of those symptoms.

Osteopathic Principles : The body is a unit. Structure and function are reciprocally inter-related. The body possesses self-regulatory mechanisms. The body has the inherent capacity to defend and repair itself.

Is Osteopathy Covered By My Insurance?

Most extended health plans do have coverage for manual osteopathy. It is up to each client to find out if their plan has coverage. Please refer to “Our Approach” page to see each practitioners association information.

How Many Sessions

And How Often ?

Everyone requires a different progression plan and has different goals, but here are some general rules-of-thumb:

Your life is greatly affected (sleep, work, movement, etc) – once/week

Uncomfortable but coping – once/2 weeks

Symptoms are minimal – once/3 weeks, then once/4 weeks

Long-term Health / Prevent Re-occurrence of Symptoms – once/4-8 weeks – until the underlying causes are removed as much as is possible

What Conditions Can Osteopathy Work With?

While Osteopathy is well known for working with:

Bodily discomforts
Stress management
Sleep discomforts
Digestion discomforts
Postural discomforts
Lack of range of motion 
Sports and performance
Workplace tensions

Who Is Your Typical Client?

Our typical clients are people with discomfort, limited motions or athletic injuries. Our clients are ready to make changes in order to get back to a healthy and active lifestyle. Some of our clients have new issues or injuries for a variety of reasons, while others have chronic issues (in many cases for decades). Regardless, our clients are ready to work together to take control of their health.

What Should I Expect During My Initial Visit?

An initial visit usually consists of a discussion of your issues motion testing manual therapy a discussion of findings a discussion of a progression plan. Initial visits usually last about 55-60 minutes. During your appointment the practitioner will discuss with you a progression plan and protocol to follow outside of the treatments in order to better your problem. Please bring clothes you would normally exercise in.

I highly

“Extremely friendly and helpful! Really appreciated the work she did on me to fix my hips! Highly recommend. Super convenient for anyone in the downtown core.”
— S. D’Urbano

I learned a great

“I was told by my cousin to go see an osteo. A day after searching on google, I got to see her after some scheduling adjustments. Speaking of her, from first impression, she’s great. You can sense the passion she has for her field and helping her patients. I learned a great deal from my visit. Looking forward to my next visit to see how where I’m at physically and to get more advice and knowledge from her.”
—E. Baluyot


” I’ve had 3 sessions with Cheryl. She was really professional and super nice. She has demonstrated professionalism on several occasions with follow-ups.
Thank you again for this wonderful service. It’s a nice experience.”
— R. Abdalla

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