Mohannad has a Master’s Diploma in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy.
He is currently a professional member in good standing with:
Nova Scotia Association of Osteopath
OSTCAN Nova Scotia
Ontario Osteopathic Association
Prior to his Osteopathic education, Mohannad earned an Undergraduate degree in Psychology and Human Behaviour from McMaster University.
Mohannad worked for a number of years in Clinical Education at McMaster University and Dalhousie University as well as a Clinical Instructor at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. Through his experience as an athlete, coach, clinical instructor, and osteopathic practitioner, Mohannad brings a wealth of experience to the analysis and treatment of his patients. His special interests in rehabilitation, pediatrics, education, and athletics enrich his practice.
Mohannad follows principle-based approaches to assessment and treatment allowing him to treat the cause of the problem and not just the symptoms. His practice is strongly rooted in functional anatomy, physiology, and human mechanics allows him to tailor and individualize his treatment to the specific needs of his patients. His approach is gentle and holistic. His approach incorporates the mind/body connection, adhering to the osteopathic tenet that the body is a dynamic unit of function. Mohannad enjoys the diversity of his patient population and strives to help facilitate the body’s innate ability to self-heal and self-regulate.
After graduating university at Wilfrid Laurier with a double major in Psychology and Biology, Greg enrolled in a 2 year program at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition to become a Registered Holistic Nutritionist.
It wasn't until he suffered a neck injury in a car accident and then a tear to his medial meniscus during a hockey game that he was introduced to the profound healing power Osteopathy could awaken in the human body.
Following the next several years, Greg immersed himself in the study of Osteopathy at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy (CAO).
In 2015, Greg graduated with a Master Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (MOMSc) and won the award of merit for most outstanding clinical case report.
He is a proud member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association, OSTCan Nova Scotia, and the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths (NSAO).
When Greg is not working he enjoys spending time in nature with his lovely wife and 2 beautiful children.
Teya is a classically trained Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. She obtained her Masters in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy and is a licensed board certified member with the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OSTCAN).
Teya had always been drawn to nutrition, fitness, and human behaviour, which led her to pursue an undergraduate education in the field of health. In 2011, she graduated with honours in Health Science and Psychology from Western University. During this time she gained experience working in rehabilitative clinical settings, personal training, and was involved with developing and implementing health promotion programs. This experience, along side her own personal struggle with injuries, led her to explore different modalities of treatment. She immediately had an affinity for Osteopathy’s holistic approach, and how it enables the body to heal itself.
She graduated from The Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in 2016. There, she gained a deep understanding of osteopathic principles and more extensive knowledge on mechanics, anatomy, and physiology of the human body. Most importantly her education equipped her with problem-solving skills required to successfully treat a diverse range of musculoskeletal and physiological problems.
Teya gets great satisfaction improving the health and well-being of patients suffering from both acute and chronic issues. She has experience and enjoys working with all age groups. Her focus now has become furthering her training in paediatrics and peri/postnatal care. She is continually striving to expand her knowledge in the field by regularly attending industry training.
In her spare time, Teya enjoys traveling and being outdoors hiking with her husband and young son.
Erin is a classically trained manual osteopathic practitioner having graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Masters diploma in Osteopathic Manual Manipulative Sciences. Prior to her education in osteopathy, Erin attended Saint Francis Xavier University where she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Kinesiology and minor in health sciences, graduating with first class honours.
A proud East Coaster, it has always been important to Erin to contribute to providing accessible, quality healthcare and health education to communities in Nova Scotia. Following completion of her undergraduate degree and prior to beginning her studies in osteopathy, Erin taught the lab component of the course Human Anatomy and Physio at StFX to nursing, human nutrition, and kinesiology students. Erin maintains her love of teaching by educating patients about the remarkable healing capacity of their bodies and how osteopathy can help to facilitate this healing process towards health.
Born and raised in Truro, Erin is now practicing osteopathy in Truro Massage Therapy Clinic as well as Atlantic Coast Osteopathy in Bedford. In her spare time, Erin enjoys playing music, being active, and spending time outdoors with her partner and two dogs.