Since founding Élan clinic in 2001, Barbara has been dedicated to enhancing the health and lives of children, parents and adult patients.

BARBARA SCHULTZE

Barbara Schultze, founder of Élan clinic, and as a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Osteopaths/Osteopathic Manual Practitioners, is Regina's only fully qualified Osteopathic manual therapy practitioner.

Barbara has completed the Canadian College of Osteopathy’s five-year educational curriculum in Traditional Osteopathy. Her Osteopathic thesis: “The Effect of Global Osteopathic Treatment on Children Aged 60-156 months with Academic and Behavioural Difficulties” was presented to and accepted by an international jury.

She is also a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) and is a member of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan. 

Barbara also provides neurodevelopmental therapy as a Certified HANDLE Screener.

Since founding élan clinic in 2001, Barbara has been dedicated to enhancing the health and lives of children, parents and adult patients. A committed lifelong learner, Barbara has completed a host of specialized classes and training courses.

Biography

Barbara graduated from the Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies, Regina, Saskatchewan in 1999 with Diplomas in Remedial Massage Therapy and Sports Event Massage.

In 2001, Barbara enrolled in the Canadian College of Osteopathy in the Traditional Osteopathy program. She has successfully completed the five-year program of classroom study, supervised clinical experience and rigorous written and oral examinations.

Barbara has conducted independent research and presented her Osteopathic thesis, “The Effect of Global Osteopathic Treatment on Children Age 60-156 months with Academic and Behavioural Difficulties” to an international jury.
On November 1, 2012, Barbara was awarded her D.O.M.P. designation.

Barbara is a member in good standing of the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan. She previously served on the Continuing Education Committee for the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan and served on the Board of Directors as Continuing Education Chair until 2011.

Barbara is a member in good standing with the Saskatchewan Association of Osteopaths, and holds an Affiliate member of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners. Barbara is also the Saskatchewan provincial representative to the Canadian Federation of Osteopaths

In addition to this Barbara is a member of the HANDLE Institute as a Certified HANDLE Screener/ HANDLE Practitioner Intern.

Barbara has volunteered as a therapist for the Police-Fire Games, Manitoba-Saskatchewan Swim meets, Echo Valley Triathalon and the Women’s Volleyball Network.

Since 2014 Barbara has been enrolled in courses in Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) through the Prague School of Rehabilitation 

 

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