Osteopathy uses hands-on manual therapies to correct dysfunctions or imbalances in your body. It eases pain and discomfort and speeds the healing of injuries and disease. An Osteopathic Manual Practitioner may provide relief from back and neck pain, headaches and migraines, repetitive strain injuries (RSIs), jaw issues, digestive problems, post-traumatic pain (whiplash, car accident, fractures), insomnia, chronic fatigue, stress, menstrual and fertility concerns, and other conditions.
A Canadian-trained Osteopathic Manual Practitioner is neither a Doctor nor an Osteopathic Physician.
Bradley graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Master of Osteopathic Manual Science (MOMSc.) in 2012, meeting the World Health Organization's Benchmarks for Training in Osteopathy. He has a B.A. in English and a B.Sc. in Human Physiology and Pharmacology from the University of Western Ontario.
Bradley Dundas interviewed by Dr Jans Ellefson DC.
Craniosacral Technique Dr Todd Bezilla DO