Osteopathic Research Study


Be part of an exciting new research study.

  1. Do you often feel stressed?
  2. Do you find yourself often feeling preoccupied and worried, lacking concentration, or have difficulty controlling your moods?
  3. Are you an English speaking adult, between the ages of 19-45, with at least a high school education?
  4. Do you want to improve your stress levels?

If you answered YES to these questions, you may be eligible to participate in an osteopathic research study.

The purpose of this study is to help reduce stress levels in people who suffer from high stress and to provide osteopathic manual therapy as a complementary treatment option.  Benefits include free comprehensive osteopathic evaluation and treatment.

Exclusion Criteria:

  • Individuals diagnosed with psychiatric disorders (such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder), and/or autoimmune disorders/disease.
  • Individuals cannot start new medications or supplements to help relieve stress throughout the duration of the study. If a new supplement or medication is used during the course of the study, the researcher must be informed.
  • Cranial pathology or symptomology within the last six months (traumatic brain injury, concussion, whiplash, surgery, fractures, tumors, or cancer).
  • Women in menopause, pregnant, or still nursing.
  • Have had osteopathic treatment in the last four weeks.

This study will be run over a 4-5 week period between May 2018 and July 2018 and will take place at 888 West 13th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Please sign up for more information.

*Research is being conducted through the Canadian School of Osteopathy Manual Practice – Vancouver Campus


Thesis Research Study

Research has been completed. For more information on the findings, send us a message.