Price Changes for 2024
Beginning January 1st, 2024 our rates for Initial and Follow Up appointments will be increasing.
Initial Appointments will increase from
$110.00 plus tax, to $120.00 plus tax
Follow Up Appointments will go from
$75.00 plus tax, to $80.00 plus tax.
A spacious furnished 9x12 room with closet storage located downtown Bracebridge. Building is wheelchair accessible. We offer a clean and quiet environment for patients to be welcomed into.
New Space for Rent!
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Jaclyn has been passionate about healthcare and helping people her entire life. She graduated from the University of Toronto in 2009 and continued on to graduate from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2012. From there, she found her calling at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy.
Classical Osteopathy is about finding motion where motion has been lost and using the body's own vitality to help patients heal and return to health. It is a gentle manual therapy with progressive results that speak for themselves.
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Osteopathy is a profession that makes extensive use of manual assessment and treatment guided by the principles set forth by its founder, Dr. Andrew Taylor Still. Osteopathy emphasizes the interrelationship between structure and function of the body. Osteopaths are functional anatomists who use manual therapy. They find the health, rather than focus on disease. Osteopathic treatment works to restore proper body mechanics, nerve impulses and the circulation of body fluids. Our role is to encourage this self-healing capacity through manual treatment – to convert the physical into the physiological. We allow nature to do its job of removing any and all obstacles and obstructions that will interfere with the proper nutrition and drainage of the body’s tissue. Understanding and adjusting the anatomical unity of the human structure is our job.
Insurance receipts available
Jaclyn is a member in good standing with the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA). While osteopathy in Canada is not a regulated profession, we are rigorously self-regulated by our association and insurance companies. Most major insurance companies accept receipts for osteopathic manual therapy.