Manual osteopathy is a hands on therapy aimed to bring the body back to balance. A variety of techniques are used to reduce the stress and strain in your body, promoting the body’s own natural response to heal itself.
Osteopathy can help with relief and treatment of several symptoms such as:
- Back and Neck Pain
- Joint or muscle pain
- Golfer and Tennis Elbow
- Headaches, Migraines
- Anxiety, TMJ, Digestive Issues
- Chronic Pain
- Injuries from car accidents
Sue Baron, Osteopathic Candidate
Sue has always been in the health field, having run a successful practice as a R.M.T. for 15 years as well her work as a Nutritionist and Iridologist. Her interest in health and helping others to achieve theirs, has led her to continue to pursue osteopathy at the Southern Ontario College of Osteopathy. After successfully finishing her thesis in this 3 year training program, Sue will be receiving her diploma this fall. In studying osteopathy, she has been able to aide her clients achieve health with lasting results, and reduction in pain.
Sue is also a professional belly dancer and will be teaching belly dancing here at The Fitness Tuesday evenings at 6:25 pm – 7:25 pm. Sue also enjoys painting, pottery, and travel.
Area of Expertise
- Manual Osteopathy including Myofascial release
- Osteo-Articular (bones and joints)
- Cranial-Sacral (skull and sacrum/spine)
- Visceral (internal organs)
- Nutraceutical and Herbal Supplementation
- $100 Initial assessment (up to 75 mins)
- $80 (45 min – one hour session)
Takes appointments – Mondays/ Tuesdays / Fridays 11 am – 6 pm
Sue will be performing free 20 min. demos on the following dates from 9:30 – 11:30 am
Monday Oct. 1 and Friday Oct. 5th
Tuesday Oct. 9th and Wednesday October 10th
Saturday Oct. 20th and 27th.
Come on in and book yourself in to try out a free 20 min. today.
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