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ISLAND MANUAL OSTEOPATHIC THERAPIES

 

WHAT IS MANUAL OSTEOPATHIC THERAPY?

Manual Osteopathic Therapy (MO) uses hands-on skills and hundreds of assessments and treatments for various dysfunctions, or what is often referred to as a lesion. It is an art and a science because it is the practice of identifying and reversing mechanical shifts and physiological disruptions that occur over time. It is an art because it is unique because so are each of the bodies that are examined and MO is executed soley and precisely through hand palpation. The whole body is examined and treated when indicated through a thorough assessment. It is unique because so are each of the bodies that are examined and MO is executed soley and precisely through hand palpation.
Imbalances found are gently treated with techniques that engage the dysfunctional tissue until normalized and arterial and lymphatic movement is optimized and regulated.

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A positive attitude goes a long way when your health is concerned, and at Island Manual Osteopathic Therapies we make it the rule, not the exception. Incredibly patient and knowledgeable, our team is committed to helping patients feel better and be well-informed when making important health decisions. Get in touch today to learn more.

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MEAGAN DICK

Practicing Manual Osteopathic Therapist 
8 years experience as Registered Massage Therapist in Alberta

Meagan Dick founded Island Manual Osteopathic Therapies to share her knowledge and experience the Duncan area and to give clients more options when it comes to their health. Meagan graduated with honors from 2200 hour diploma from the Alberta College of Massage Therapists in 2012 and also graduated with honors from the 1180 hour program from the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada in September 2020. Meagan offers massage as a part of the holistic approach to healing,and she understands the importance of quality care and is ready to help.

Meagan served on the Board of Directors as Secretary and President of the Canadian Massage & Osteopathic Therapists Association over a four year term, and also served two years on the Transitional Council for the College of Massage Therapists of Alberta in effort to support the province in the pursuit of regulation. She also proudly volunteered time to support health care workers at the Duncan Island Health Hospital.

 

CONTACT US

Unit 6, 4715 Trans-Canada Hwy, Duncan, BC V9L 6E1, Canada (Between Made in Mexico and Hempnation)

250-510-5074

 

OPENING HOURS

Come Visit

Tues - Thurs 9am - 7pm
Sat: 9am - 2pm
Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed