Your Osteopath in Ottawa

Osteopathy is an extraordinary holistic medicine that considers the client as a whole.

It is a preventive, maintaining, and curative approach, but also an emergency medicine for acute conditions

Graduated from the Institut Dauphine Osteopathy in Paris, France , I am an enthusiastic and experienced osteopath in Ottawa treating all of his cases with a holistic approach. At university I developed a keen interest in sports injuries and worked with professional rugby and soccer teams. I was also a volunteer member of an association working with people from the poorest sections of society.



The birth experience can leave many babies with overt or underlying pain.
And the stress of it can cause colic, difficulty feeding, sleep problems and other issues.



At work, in your private life, while your exercise, your body incurs a lot of physical and psychological stress.
All this stress adds up and creates tensions in different areas.



Senior, as the body changes through the years and stiffness makes everyday tasks more difficult to perform, osteopathy aims to restore mobility and quality of life.



During pregnancy your body undergoes a great amount of change and development to accommodate a growing fetus.



My goals during a consultation is to treat your pains, to make you recover best and to optimize your performance.



Le musicien

Amateur or professional musician will tirelessly repeat the same tricks, will seek his body to its full capacity, sometimes beyond its usual limits.

Osteopathic consultation in 4 steps

Anamnesis- Step 1

Anamnesis is a line of questioning for the patient that informs about your injury and more.  This allow the practionner to make an osteopathic diagnosis.

These question are necessary to have a therapeutic hypothesis. They will confirm or infirm the diagnostic during the second step.

Clinical examination – Step 2

Observation: the osteopath observes the patient’s posture. This research covers the study of the static structural disorder and limited range of motion.

Tests: They identify wich areas lack good mobility. The osteopath uses different tests that will allow to assess each structure of the body and identify the issue.


Osteopathic treatment – Step 3

An osteopathic treatment will be offered. Several methods such as structral, visceral, cranial or strengh methods may be employed to provide the best results.

Debriefing – Step 4

The patient will instantly feel a drecrease of the pain and/or an amplitude gain even if he may feel tired and/or sore.

The philosophical concepts of osteopathy

Body unit

Osteopathy is a therapeutic approach whose main interest is to care of the body as a unit.


Andrew Taylor Still, founder of osteopathy, established that the structures of the body and its functions are inter-dependent.


Andrew Taylor Still, founder of osteopathy, established that the structures of the body and its functions are inter-dependent.

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