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Biography Olivier Lechapt - Osteopath D.O.
Member of the Canadian Society for the Tradition in Osteopathy (SoCaTO)
Member of Osteopathy Quebec (O.Q.) to come
Graduated in Osteopathy (D.O.) Avignon (France) in 2014
5 years of full time training, more than 4800 hours of courses
ACTIVITIES AND POST-GRADUATE TRAINING
During my years of practice in France :
o Member of the voluntary association DISOS 34 from 2014 to 2016. Intervention with the red cross and the Lits Halte soins santé, Montpellier (France)
o Volunteer osteopath accompanying the 15-16 years old section at the Rugby School of Pic Saint Loup (ERPSL) from 2014 to 2017, Saint-Clément de Rivière (France)
o Training in orthomolecular medicine, Avignon (France), 2015
o Organization of the 4 th days of FédOsoli on the theme "the link", Montpellier (France), 2016
During my years of practice in Canada (Ontario):
o Training in ethics and deontology in osteopathy with the SoCaTO, Montreal
All the world. Practice in French and English
Each client is unique, each session is a lesson. With this philosophy, I approach the body as a whole, respecting its rhythm, its history and its balance.
Having practiced in several countries, in several environments and in several languages for a wide variety of clients, I know from experience that a gentle approach is much more effective, and I accompany each client on his or her own path to resolving their osteopathic dysfunctions. Rather than imposing a one-way osteopathic treatment strategy, I allow dialogue to take place during each session.
I adapt my many osteopathic techniques (structural, functional, cranial...) to each individual case.
My approach is suitable for both clients seeking wellness and those who require emergency osteopathic care. I am at ease with clients of all ages, and adapt to each story, whether
I am comfortable with clients of all ages, and can adapt to each story, whether it is related to the stress of everyday life, the practice of sport, or the aftermath of a particular event.
Come to see me, tell me about yourself; let's work together for you.