Member of RITMA
- BSc (Honours) in Osteopathy obtained at the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal (C.E.O) and validated by the University of Wales (U.K.)
- Québec Diploma of Osteopathy (D.O.) in progress
- Graduate-level training at the C.E.O. Thesis Candidate
- Osteopathy Thesis Candidate
- Member of RITMA
EXPERIENCE AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Having practised kung fu for 10 years, I understand that in order to be an effective therapist, one must not follow the adage of the cobbler whose own children go barefoot. In order to help others, we must first take care of ourselves.
Kung fu has not only allowed me to develop qualities such as discipline and perseverance, but also honesty with myself and those around me.
This honesty, transferable to osteopathic treatment, is of great importance to the patient seeking his own “internal doctor.”
VISION AND VALUES
Using numerous manipulations, done in a calm, respectful environment, the role of the attentive osteopath is to help the patient find homeostasis and wellbeing, and connect with his true nature.
From structural to cranial work, osteopathy can help ease a great number of ailments that the patient might have accumulated on his life path.
The body’s ability to self-regulate is one of the founding principles of osteopathy. The osteopath’s work consists of maximizing this capacity that is always present, yet at times has difficulty expressing itself. The osteopath facilitates this expression of life.
I am especially passionate about osteopathy’s approach: gentle yet efficient, subtle yet concrete, from structural to cranial. It’s a therapy that can be adapted to any kind of pain or personality! The therapist can make use of many tools, (myofascial, visceral, structural, cranial,) which I use as needed. This means that no treatment is identical to the one that preceded it. Only the basic principles behind them are the same. We are all unique beings presenting symptoms of different causes.
The osteopath views the patient in his entirety, as a unique, multifaceted being.
My clientele is composed of people of all different ages and walks of life; it is very diverse. The majority of my patients see me for:
- Muscular dysfunction in different regions of the body (rib cage, base of the spinal column, limbs)
- Digestive problems
- Chronic sinusitis
- Repeated sprains or other sports injuries
Given that I often see patients at the acute phase (emergency), I easily adapt to any patient’s needs.
Exercises, advice, and follow-up appointments allow me to exchange information with you, help you, and build a great therapeutic relationship.
Payment methods accepted by the therapist
- visa and mastercard