Ostheopathy

Osteopathy is a natural medicine that aims at re-establishing the body’s natural functions. To do so, osteopathy uses palpation as well as its in-depth understanding of the human anatomy in order to identify blockages in certain structures that can affect the body’s physiology, auto-regulation and harmony.

Different reasons can lead you to consult an osteopath, such as:

  • Chronic joint, muscle, neurological, etc. pain;
  • Injuries related to sports, work, and road accidents;
  • Organic respiratory, digestive, gynecological, urological, circulatory, etc. disorders;
  • Migraine, fatigue, pre- and post-surgery, pregnancy, etc.;
  • Disorders in children such as ear infection, regurgitation, learning disabilities, etc.

Isabelle Turcotte, TRP and DO Osteopath, Owner. She graduated from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques in 2011. She has been practicing in the fields of physiotherapy and osteopathy since 1998. Through her passion for well-being, she has developed a gentle and personalized approach that promotes therapeutic evolution in all aspects of the being. Since the birth of her child, she has developed a great interest in treating newborns as well as babies. She is a member of the OPPQ and of Ostéopathie Québec (MOQ).

Marc-André Boudreau, DO (member of the AOQ) has a Bachelor’s degree in osteopathic sciences from the University of Wales. During two humanitarian missions to Peru, he shared his experiences with professionals from around the world and perfected his global approach that aims at re-establishing all the body’s health mechanisms while adapting to the particular needs of each client.

Zoë Timmermans, DO (member of RITMA), completed her osteopathy certification in 2013 and also studied diverse related training programs (Belgium/ France/ Quebec) to learn more about the inner workings of the body. Her osteopathic approach offers a tinge of her own personal colors and innate abilities; her practice is intended for everyone (pregnant women, infants, children, adults and elderly) and aims to better facilitate the overall functioning of the body, at the musculoskeletal, organic, fluidal and vibratory level.