WHAT IS OSTEOPATHY?
Osteopathy views the body as one unit working together and takes all the moving parts into consideration during assessment and treatment. It understands the body is also inherently capable of healing and regulating itself, given the right conditions. The proper alignment of all layers of structure in a body give it the ability to function as it was designed. The motion capacity of the body is directly related to one’s ability to self-heal and regulate. Osteopathic Manual Practitioners are functional anatomists who use manual therapy to restore proper body mechanics, nerve impulse and circulation by removing motion restriction where needed.
Soft tissue manipulation
Positional release techniques
Osteopathic articular technique
Muscle energy techniques
CONDITIONS THAT OSTEOPATHY CAN TREAT
Neck and back pain
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Carpal tunnel syndrome
I am a certified manual Osteopath practitioner (DOMP). I graduated from National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto. I am a dedicated and passionate Osteopath who finds immense joy in providing holistic care to individuals. With a deep commitment to helping and treating people, I have made it my life's purpose to contribute to their well-being through osteopathy. My journey began with a strong desire to make a positive impact on people's lives, and I have since honed my skills to offer personalized treatments that address various health issues. Outside of my professional life, I am an avid volleyball enthusiast and a proud member of the FSC Indian Sports Club in Windsor. Through my work and hobbies, I strive to create a balanced and fulfilling life that revolves around health, community, and the pursuit of excellence.
As a dedicated Osteopath manual practitioner, I believe that every individual has a fundamental right to receive exceptional quality care for their well-being. My goal is to ensure that each person not only receives the highest standard of care but also finds genuine satisfaction in their journey to health.