Osteopathy focuses on facilitating the health of joints and muscles through non-invasive manual therapy, helping to strengthen the framework of the body. Many insurance policies cover Osteopathy. Check with your provider today!
Osteopaths DO(MP) treat the root cause of the dysfunction, not the symptom. Assessing the underlying factors causing the problem and treating the physical health of the patient.
A Manual Osteopathic Practitioner (MOT) assesses and treats disorders of the body’s systems: muscular, skeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, nervous, or reproductive.
Treatments not only involve the spine and joints but also include interconnective tissues, scar tissue, fascia, and fluids as well. Various techniques are used on joints or organs, and gentle movement to correct biomechanical dysfunctions. The treatment is manual, hands-on, gentle, and non-invasive.
Initial Visit (60 mins) - $150
60-Minute Follow-up - $130
45-Minute Follow-up - $110
30-Minute Follow-up - $85
Initial Pediatric (6-12yrs) Visit
(45 mins) - $110
Initial Pediatric (0-5yrs) Visit
(30 mins) - $85
Pediatric (0-12yrs) Follow-up
(30 mins) - $85
Osteopath DO(MP) and Yoga Therapist E-RYT Nicole Hajdok-Penny has been practicing for over 9 years.
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Wilfred Laurier University, Nicole also attended the London School of Osteopathy and the Ontario School of Osteopathy.
Nicole has expertise in a wide range of techniques: gentle hands-on work, Cranio-sacral therapy (Cranial Osteopathy), visceral manipulation, lymphatic, muscle work, and joint mobilizations.
Her depth of skill in many Osteopathic techniques help her resolve some of her patients' most complex health conditions and adapt each treatment to the patient’s specific needs.
“Helping patients is like trying to figure a massive body puzzle that comes in as their symptom but what I am looking for is the root cause of the dysfunction. Our body holds everything we have been through its trying to sift through all that information to find the source of it all.”
Whether you suffer from migraines, back pain, foot pain, digestive issues, neck pain, TMJ, muscle spasms, or just anything that you can’t understand, Nicole can help.
Mahogany location: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:00AM-11:45AM
Chantel is a Manual Osteopath with a passion for helping her patients achieve optimal health through the use of fascial stretching, osteo-articular corrections, visceral manipulations, and craniosacral therapy. She obtained her degree in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary and then furthered her education at the National Manual Osteopathic College graduating with distinction as a Manual Osteopath in 2019. Chantel has become a sought-after practitioner in her field, known for her ability to provide effective and personalized treatment to her patients.
Chantel’s approach to Osteopathy is based on the understanding that the body is a holistic system, where everything is interconnected. She works with her patients to identify the root causes of their health concerns, and then uses a combination of manual techniques to help restore balance and function to the body.
In addition to her expertise in Osteopathy, Chantel is also an avid snowboarder and enjoys camping in the summer. She believes that spending time in nature is an essential part of maintaining good health and wellbeing
Whether you're dealing with chronic pain, injury, or simply looking to improve your overall health and wellbeing, Chantel is here to help. With her knowledge, skill, and dedication to her patients' wellbeing, she's committed to helping you achieve your health goals and live your best life.
Mahogany location: Tuesday: 12:30PM-4:30PM, Wednesday: 3:30PM-9PM, Sunday: 9AM-3PM
What to expect at your first Osteopath visit
Full Health History – past medical history, surgeries, car accidents, breaks/sprains/fractures, sports
Muscle Testing – test for weakness, muscles not firing or overcompensating
Identifying hidden factors that underlie any illness or injury you have sustained
Gently manipulation to free restricted joints, tight muscles, tethered nerves, and blockages around organs. The release of tension allows healing to occur.
Suggestions for stretches & yoga poses that you can work on at home to help aid in the healing process.
Strengthening exercises that will help build us any weaknesses in the body and prevent future injuries and pain
DO(MP), E-RYT, BBA