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What Is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a holistic approach to healthcare that aims to restore balance, mobility, and function to the body.

Osteopathic practitioners use a range of manual therapy techniques including structural osteopathy, craniosacral therapy, and visceral manipulations.

During an initial visit, the osteopathic practitioner will take a detailed medical history, perform a physical examination, and assess the patient's posture and movement patterns.

Based on this information, they will develop an individualized treatment plan that may involve a combination of techniques to address the root cause of the problem.

Osteopathic practitioners focus on the musculoskeletal system and the interconnectedness of
the body.

Osteopaths are trained in anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics and use this knowledge to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, including:

• Back and neck pain
• Headaches and migraines
• Arthritis
• Sports injuries
• Asthma and respiratory conditions
• Digestive disorders
• Posture including scoliosis, pelvic misalignment
• Neurological conditions including sciatica and carpal tunnel syndrome
• TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders
• Tendinitis and bursitis
• Whiplash injuries
• Post-surgical rehabilitation
• Stress-related conditions such as anxiety and depression.


I accept nearly all major insurance plans. 

Osteopathy is covered by most extended health plans but not in all plans and policies. It
depends on your EHP (Extended Health Plan) policies.

My Patients are usually reimbursed under the majority of EHP plans [the plan should include osteopathy]:

Blue Cross, Manulife, Sunlife, Desjardins, Greenshield, Sirius, Nexgen, Chambers, VAC, Cooperators, Johnson, Benecaid, Empirelife, SSQ, Medi construction, & Equitable life.

Please check your policy with your insurance company before the first session. Please note that
direct billing is not available, and you should submit your claims for the reimbursement

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