Countryside Road

Lisa Woods

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O.

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Graduate of the Canadian College of Osteopathy, Toronto. 

Awarded the W.G. Sutherland Thesis Award for outstanding clinical research, titled "The Effect of Global Osteopathy on Children with Growing Pains"

About

I am a gentle, quiet spoken person who has followed my heart’s path of becoming a healer, in search of answers for myself and for those who have come to me for treatment for their pain.

 

My role as your therapist is to support you where you are, and to help facilitate the change you seek in the direction of healing. I will be unconditionally present with whatever part of you needs attention, using osteopathic techniques to help clear your way to better health.

 
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Osteopathy

I deeply believe that the mind, body and spirit are inseparable, and that an imbalance in one area can create symptoms in the others. Chronic pain is often the physical manifestation of deep emotional pain. Acknowledging and validating this connection, along with gentle osteopathic techniques that treat physical barriers held within your body, can be a powerful healing experience.

 

All it takes is an open mind and the willingness to grow.

$105 per session

All appointments are 45 minutes

Payment methods accepted: cash, cheque, e-transfer

 

Paediatric Osteopathy

Osteopathic sessions for babies and children are a delight, and always make my work day a little more fun! 

There are lots of reasons people seek Osteopathic care for babies and children, such as:

•Traumatic birth (forceps, prolonged pushing, emotionally stressful)

•Trouble latching to nurse/bottle feed

•Repeated irritation (eyes, ears, cough)

•Plagiocephaly (asymmetrical head shape)

•Failure to crawl/trouble getting into position

•Colic

•Growing pains

•Headaches

•Digestive problems

$105 per session

All appointments are 45 minutes

Payment methods accepted: cash, cheque, e-transfer

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