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  • Generalized muscle & joint pain

  • Rheumatic pain

  • Sports injuries

  • Headache arising from the neck

  • Acute & chronic backache

  • Muscle spasm

  • Repetitive strain injuries

  • Migraine prevention

  • Arthritic pain

  • Tension & inability to relax

  • Sciatica

  • Circulatory problems

  • Digestive problems

  • Respiratory problems

In cases of severe injury/pain or serious medical concern, seek first advice from your family doctor or a walk-in/phone-in medical service.




A woman’s body changes throughout pregnancy. Those changes include the softening of ligaments, weight increase and changes in posture. 
These adaptations to a growing baby can lead to additional pressure on joints in various parts of the body, including the spine and pelvis. 
Osteopathy can help relieve stresses and strains experienced throughout pregnancy, as well as after birth. 

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Hania has completed post-graduate training in specialist pediatric osteopathic practice in addition to regularly completing a variety of pediatric manual therapy continuing education courses. Hania works with gentle touch to ensure that the body is in it’s most functional state to support overall growth and development. The osteopathic approach includes identifying and addressing musculoskeletal tensions and/or restrictions that may be associated with various pediatric presentations.


Hania is an advocate for collaborative care and works closely with Pediatric Dentists, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Chiropractors, Lactation Consultants, Naturopathic Doctors and other specialists to ensure that your child is getting the care they need.

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  • Feeding difficulties 

  • General unsettled nature 

  • Tensions arising from the birth process

  • Tensions associated with tethered oral tissues (e.g. tongue tie)

  • General growth and development support 

  • Head shape concerns 

  • Head preference concerns 

  • Digestion

  • Postural concerns 

  • General aches and pains

  • Sports injuries

In cases of severe injury/pain or serious medical concern, seek first advice from your family doctor or a walk-in/phone-in medical service.


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Osteopathic manual practitioners (OMPs) recognize that the structure of the body governs how well it can function. Muscles, ligaments, connective tissues and the skeletal system must be working smoothly together to support the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, lymphatic and nervous systems. 
When there is pain or a problem, OMPs look at the whole body and not just the symptoms. The aim of the treatment is to restore health by addressing areas of dysfunction with manual therapy. 

Treatment can include: 

  • Soft tissue techniques 

  • Joint articulations 

  • Muscle energy techniques

  • Fascial release techniques

  • Cranial techniques 

  • Kinesio taping 

  • Exercises 

  • Lifestyle advice

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What is Shockwave?

Shockwave, also known as Radial shockwave therapy/RSWT, involves the application of high energy percussions (mechanical vibrations) to an area of the body. The “shock” is purely a physical shock, and does NOT release any electric shock, radiation or other emissions.
Shockwave works by increasing blood circulation and creating an inflammatory response. This stimulates increased metabolic activity at the affected area and accelerated healing.

Common conditions that shockwave can help with include:

  • Plantar fasciitis/Heel spurs

  • Hamstring tendinopathy

  • Patellar tendinitis

  • Achilles tendinitis

  • Shoulder tendinitis/Rotator cuff tendinitis

  • Elbow tendinitis/Tennis elbow/Golfer’s elbow

  • Muscle trigger points




What is laser therapy?

Class IV laser therapy can help increase circulation at a very local level, and is thought to accelerate healing processes within the cell (by influencing mitochondrial action and cell permeability). This can also often help to reduce tissue tenderness. The laser emission creates little to no sensation, and is typically very comfortable.

Common conditions laser therapy can help with:

  • Muscle, tendon and ligament sprains/strains


    Soft tissue injuries

  • Bulging discs/Sciatica

  • Acute lower back pain

  • Arthritis/degenerative joint pain




What is spinal decompression?

Spinal decompression therapy involves lying on a computerized table (similar to a standard treatment table) which creates a traction/decompression force into the lumbar (lower) spine. You will NOT be inverted (turned upside down). This decompression is gentle, gradual and targeted. The decompression force creates a negative pressure in the disc, which has the potential to increase circulation and draw water, oxygen and nutrients back into the disc. This also provides an opportunity for discs to heal or disc bulges to retract where possible, alleviating compression of local nerves.

Common conditions that spinal decompression can help with:

  • Bulging/herniated discs

  • Sciatica/Pinched nerves

  • Degenerative discs or spinal joints in the lower back

  • Spinal stenosis

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