Eric Sanderson has an osteopathic manual practice located in downtown Toronto. He operates a busy referral based practice that is focused on providing clients with a wide variety of manual osteopathic techniques, amongst other skills, to address a variety of health issues. As a healthcare provider, Eric has been practicing since 1999 at his clinic in Ontario. Since 2006, he has been teaching fifth year level seminars on mobilization of the Joints.
Megan Provost is a manual physiotherapist, who is in the 5th year of her osteopathic studies. Patients will benefit from Megan’s significant experience as a high level athlete, having competed in swimming at a national level, and having worked in the field of sports medicine since completing her physiotherapist training. She has taken courses in osteopathic physiology and has significant experience in anatomical dissection, making her education and clinical offerings very comprehensive.
Functional neurology consists of looking for small changes in how the nervous system is functioning. This is done with a combination of exercises, treatment, supplements and strategies to rehabilitate, reverse, or maybe even avoid a serious disease.
Osteopathy is a field of medicine that emphasizes normal body mechanics and manipulation to correct faulty body structures, particularly the nerves, muscles, bones and joints. Osteopathic medicine is one of the two health fields nationally recognized as complete schools of medicine.
Manual physiotherapy is a specialized form of physical therapy in which practitioners use their hands to put pressure on muscle tissue and manipulate joints.
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