How We Can Help You
Sessions typically include an assessment, manual hands-on treatment, and movement exercises for integration at home.
All new clients start here. This includes a review of the client’s medical history and background. Initial assessments are 60 minutes.
Regular treatments begin with a quick assessment to see what areas will need to be treated. Sessions are either 60 or 90 minutes.
Reclaiming the body addresses finding the root cause. Addressing the whole body to eliminate restrictions that eventually cause the body to break down and give you aches or pains. In essence, rehabilitation working towards future prevention.
Restoring the normal function of the body by treating the root of the pain that may be the result of injury, illness, and stress of life.
When the restrictions have been removed from the body, it can once again self-regulate itself and heal as we are meant to. In this step, we educate and guide you through designing and implementing programs to return to your normal activities and reduce the risk of injury, illness or health related concerns.
What You’ve Asked Us
Frequently Asked Questions
What do we treat?
- Neck, back, joint pain, chronic pain
- Sports injuries
- Muscles strains, ligament sprains, joint problems
- Pre & post-surgery: from joint replacements to rotator cuff repairs, we see it all!
- TMJ dysfunction/pain, problems with digestion, digestion issues
- And more
What does a typical assessment look like (first appointment)?
Based on these findings, a customized treatment will be created for you.
It will focus on restoring the body’s circulation, and ease of movement within all the systems of the living person, encouraging self- regulation and healing process
What should I wear?
Is this covered by insurance?
Yes, it is – check with your extended health provider to confirm your coverage for Athletic Therapy and Osteopathy.
We are a part of the Canadian Athletic Therapy Association (athletictherapy.org), Ontario Athletic Therapy Association (OATA) (ontarioathletictherapists.com) and Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners (OAO) (osteopathyontario.org)