Despite a steadily-expanding presence in Europe, Osteopathic manual therapy did not become firmly established in Canada until the early 1980s.


The concepts of Osteopathy place importance on general life hygiene  as a determining factor in maintaining the balance of the natural regulation system of the organism.

Osteopathic manual therapy treatment may include general dietary advice and integration of exercises tailored to the individual needs of the patient.

By suggesting changes in lifestyle, the practitioner enables the patient to play an active role in achieving and maintaining an improved state of health.


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