FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Your questions are always welcome, so feel free to contact us at any time. Please browse through this list which will answer many commonly asked questions and get the answers you need.

What sort of problems can osteopathy treat?

Osteopathy can treat a range of problems caused by restrictions in the mobility of the joints, muscles, fascia (soft-tissues) and even the organs of the body. Typically people who have suffered accidents or have repetitive strain related injuries with joint and muscle pain seek treatment. Birth injures torticolis as well as a range of paediatric problems can also be treated, as well as expectant mothers, during pregnancy and after birth. Chronic pain can be addressed by re-aligning posture, promoting better circulation and nerve function thus soliciting and strengthening the body’s natural healing capacities.

How long does a osteopathic treatment last?

Typically a consultation lasts about 45 minutes which includes taking a history, treatment (about 35 minutes) and recommendations.

How many treatments will I need?

That all depends on your condition, how serious the problem is, and how long the problem has existed.  Generally, you should appreciably improve after 2 to 4 treatments. Often sooner, however, chronic problems can require more than 4 treatments.

Can I consult with you regarding my problem?

Yes, if you live in Montreal or the surrounding area it is possible to consult with me. (see contact us )

How can I find an osteopath?

Like all established professions, osteopaths have there own regulatory bodies or professional corporations. In Quebec, it is the Restistre des Ostéopathes du Québec. You can do a Google search in your area to find your local professional osteopathic organization and they will direct you to a qualified osteopath for treatment.