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On The Go Osteo

Evaluation: We work with you to help you improve your lifestyle. We have a detailed patient intake form and sit down to speak with you about any issues you have concerning why you have taken the appointment. We have a discussion about your goals and general health. Following the discussion, we will go through a postural assessment, functional assessment, explanations and observations and speak about our treatment strategy. Treatment: During the treatment, the practitioner will explain what we are finding and always maintain a high level of communication to ensure the patient’s comfort. You will be asked to wear lose fitting clothing in order to aid the practitioner with proper movements. In the case of long lasting chronic pain, you recognize that what has been there for years, will not disappear in one or two steps. You are ready to do follow-ups with our practitioners (emails or text messages) in order to constantly improve and refine your treatment plan so you are fully successful in your recovery. Progression Plan: After your session, you may be asked to schedule a follow up treatment. You will also be asked to communicate with the practitioner two-three days following your treatment. At this point you can ask questions. The practitioner will also be giving you a home program to aid your recovery. You will also have a specific training plan in order to maintain and keep improving. This plan will evolve as you progress. Private trainers are available through On The Go Osteo, who can assist in your progression.
On The Go Osteo
On The Go Osteo
Sometimes we don't realize how much discomfort we're in until we're feeling comfortable! πŸŽ‰

How's your body treating ya?

Don't think you're feeling your optimal you? Could be there's some tensions we can help you with!

πŸ‘‰ https://onthegoosteomontreal.clinicsense.com/book/ πŸ‘ˆ
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On The Go Osteo
What are your tell signs that you need a vacation? πŸ€”
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For me, it's my skin. I have rosacea and when you start seeing my skin get all red and shiny with acne, it means I'm due for some time off!
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When the time off isn't close enough, I make sure I take some time for myself, look in and try to figure out what's wrong.
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I go see my osteopaths. I journal. I take a look at what I'm eating and what I'm doing with my body.
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What are other signs? Irritability πŸ˜–, puffy eyes, craving unhealthy foods πŸ”πŸŒ­πŸ§, decreased quality of sleep 😴, pains and aches that start popping up, immune system crashing πŸ€’... Name it!
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So, this weekend, I'm looking in. Revised my skin care routine (and realized I didn't actually have one!). I'm spending time with friends and then going on a full week vacation.
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Taking care of me to take care of others better πŸ™‚
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Have a fantastic long weekend!

- Alix ✌️🌱
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On The Go Osteo shared a post.
Let’s talk footwear!

With the change in season coming, (We can’t avoid it! Sorry!) the proper footwear is an important decision that most of us never think twice about.

Our feet are what keeps us going throughout our days and it’s important to protect them!

The change in season from flip flops, flats and high heels to boots and sneakers can have a toll on the feet and vice versa.
The biggest tip for footwear is that it should be a happy medium, the shoe should not be too flat and should not have a heel. It’s best to keep the arches supported in the shoes as you want to prevent compensations throughout the body (knees, lower back, hips, etc...).

I will post a picture below where pronation of the feet can be due to a lack of arch support and where supination, from experience, can be from high heel wear.

With an instability and misalignment in the ankle which is at the base of the body, this creates a ripple effect and compensations can present themselves that may result in pain/discomforts.

If you would like to know more about how we can help or if you would like to book at appointment, visit www.onthegoosteomtl.com

Happy Wednesday!!!
Cheryl 🀩
On The Go Osteo
On The Go Osteo
Let’s talk footwear!

With the change in season coming, (We can’t avoid it! Sorry!) the proper footwear is an important decision that most of us never think twice about.

Our feet are what keeps us going throughout our days and it’s important to protect them!

The change in season from flip flops, flats and high heels to boots and sneakers can have a toll on the feet and vice versa.
The biggest tip for footwear is that it should be a happy medium, the shoe should not be too flat and should not have a heel. It’s best to keep the arches supported in the shoes as you want to prevent compensations throughout the body (knees, lower back, hips, etc...).

I will post a picture below where pronation of the feet can be due to a lack of arch support and where supination, from experience, can be from high heel wear.

With an instability and misalignment in the ankle which is at the base of the body, this creates a ripple effect and compensations can present themselves that may result in pain/discomforts.

If you would like to know more about how we can help or if you would like to book at appointment, visit www.onthegoosteomtl.com

Happy Wednesday!!!
Cheryl 🀩
On The Go Osteo
On The Go Osteo is feeling hopeful.
Constance and Alix are stuck in trafic and sharing with you their tips and tricks on how to deal. πŸ˜πŸ‘
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The more information you can give your practitioner - the better!
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Tracking your pain and your results daily is best. For example, what the pain feels like in the morning compared to the evening.
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Give it a number from 1-3. 1 being, it's there, but I only notice with certain movement, 3 being - I can't handle it and I'm not sure what to do.
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Other markers you can use to track yourself to help your practitioner understand your pain is:
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1. Do a mood check daily - Good, Fair, Poor
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2. Weigh yourself consistently to know if you have gained or lost over a certain period of time.
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3. Track your activity level. This can simply be done by carrying your phone with you if you have a health application and you can get a general overview of how many steps you are taking daily.
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Let us help you more by understanding more information about you!
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I highly
recommend…

“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.”
β€” S. D’Urbano

I learned a great
deal…

“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.”
β€”E. Baluyot

Wonderful
service….

” 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.”
β€” R. Abdalla

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2000 McGill College Avenue 6th Floor, Montreal Quebec
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Tel: 514-906-8760