Your qualified Osteopathic practitioner will take an initial health history review.
Before your assessment or treatment your practitioner will make sure all areas of past and current health issues have been discussed and all of your questions have been answered.
Your osteopathic manual practitioner will then perform a structural assessment and administer treatment based on their findings.
During ongoing treatment it is important that you keep your practitioner informed of any developments with regard to your health, medication or diagnostic information.
Loose or stretchy fitting clothing is best, allowing you to move freely during your assessment and treatments.
Our practitioners are in good standing with the Ontario Osteopathic Association as well as the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths. This allows treatments to be covered by all major insurance companies within Canada.
We are unable to direct bill our services.
We will provide you with a detailed invoice which you may submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
A Classical Osteopathic practitioner is a highly educated manual Osteopathic practitioner, who is trained to work without the use of drugs or surgery by using a manual approach to achieve a clear Osteopathic diagnosis of where the problems are originating.
This precise diagnosis allows the operator to render a safe, effective, and efficient treatment that is non-invasive and rational in thought.
An individual who is trained in Classical Osteopathy can offer treatment that is adjustive in nature, gentle in application, and effective in results.
Treatments are commonly 20 – 30 minutes in duration and the cost is affordable so that anyone can receive the benefits of its application.
Classical Osteopathy can help with: