Osteopathy Calgary


Manual Osteopathy in Calgary is a hands-on therapy that helps your body feel better. It’s done by your manual Osteopath who uses gentle techniques to reduce pain, improve how your body moves, and make you healthier. It’s all about helping you feel your best. Your skilled Manual Osteopath takes a holistic approach, using hands for both assessment and treatment.

With gentle techniques, your manual Osteopath aims to improve your mobility and bring balance back to your body. Your dedicated Osteopath will be there every step of the way, helping you achieve a healthier, more mobile, and happier you.



  • Reduced tension in the body
  • Reduced pain and stiffness in muscles and joints
  • Support of spinal posture
  • Increased blood circulation and healing
  • Improved joint mobility
  • Relief of tension in the central nervous system
  • Promotes a feeling of well-being
  • Optimization of blood and lymph supply to the internal organs


  • Musculoskeletal issues: bursitis, tendonitis, muscle sprain, strain, disks pathology, joints degenerations, etc.
  • Respiratory issues: recurrent colds, sinusitis, chronic cough, breathing difficulties, etc.
  • Digestive issues: irritable bowel, constipation, heartburn, etc.
  • Urinary disorders: incontinence, menstrual cramps, etc.
  • Pregnancy issues: back pain or sciatica, TMJ pain, swollen legs, etc.
  • Pediatric issues: developmental issues, learning disabilities, growth disturbances, etc.
  • Sleep issues: insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, etc.
  • Prevention of injuries and dysfunctions in the body, which may cause future discomfort.
  • Stress related issues: tension headaches, exhaustion, muscle tension, aches and pains, etc.
  • General fatigue.



Osteopathic techniques involve gentle movement of two joint surfaces. Before doing this, your manual osteopath will carefully prepare the soft tissues around the treatment area. They also move you into a position that will minimize, or eliminate, the energy and force needed to perform the manoeuver. Many patients find this technique less forceful than joint manipulations.

The number of treatments varies based on your condition, its severity and how your body reacts to the treatment. The number of treatments can therefore be anywhere between 6 and 12, or more in very severe cases. Contact your therapist to see how many treatments you might need.

Most indications require 1–3 treatments per week which are done every second day, depending on the patient’s tolerance and their tissue response.

Patients are advised to refrain from physical activity, especially any involving the treated region, for about 24 hours following each treatment session.

A t -shirt and shorts or equivalent is the ideal outfit for when you have your therapy.

Please visit our online booking page for more details.