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Mississauga Osteopath

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a non-invasive, gentle treatment through the manipulation and massaging of the joints, bones, and muscles. Its goal is to restore mobility to joints, induce healing, and reduce pain or discomfort. Osteopathy can help with headaches, injuries, stress, colic, pregnancy pains and arthritis, just to name a few.

Cranial osteopathy is the most well-known and gentle technique used, which enables the circulation of blood and other fluids and is especially beneficial for children.

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Meet Our Osteopaths

Ansen Liuu, NMOS

Photo of Ansen Liuu, RMTAnsen has been interested in Massage Therapy since he was a young boy and had been taught many unique massage techniques by his parents such as Tui na, Meridian head massage, Thai massage etc. In 2012, Ansen decided to fulfill his health care ambition in Toronto and graduated from the esteemed ICT Kikkawa College and Teaching Clinic with honours in 2014. He has been a Registered Massage Therapist since September 2014 and in great standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).

In the years Ansen has been practicing, he has developed experience with treating sciatica, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), various types of tendonitis and general muscle tension and discomfort. Besides providing Swedish Massage, Ansen incorporates non-Swedish massage techniques such as Shiatsu (Acupressure), Myofascial release and joint mobilization. These techniques relieve tension and increase mobility throughout the treatment to maximize the therapeutic benefits to his clients. Ansen has also developed intensive experience with Prenatal and Reflexology treatments. His massage is a wonderful way to help alleviate many types of prenatal discomforts, in addition to promoting a sense of well-being by increasing circulation and lymphatic drainage.

Ansen provides on-going assessments and home care recommendations to ensure clients see progress from their treatments. Passionate about improving his treatment technique and expanding his knowledge, Ansen became a student of Osteopathic Manual Practice Diploma Programme at Southern Ontario College of Osteopathy in 2015.

Kelley Graham, Manual Osteopathic Student

KelleyThe goal of osteopathy is to achieve motion throughout the body. Osteopathy works with the body to regain or maintain health and wellness via gentle movements and adjustments. As Osteopathic Manual Practitioners, we work to find the dysfunction in the body and not just treat the symptoms presented. The human body is self-healing and self-regulating; by removing any obstructions in the vessels and integrating the indepth knowledge of anatomy and physiology to the body, the osteopath can regain the lost motion and health. The body is a dynamic unit of function and motion is essential.

Osteopathy can address a wide variety of concerns such as digestion issues, joint or muscle pain, headaches, sleep problems, urogenital complaints, etc.

Kelley is a manual osteopathic student and is entering her fourth and final year at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy & Holistic Health Science. She will graduate with a diploma in M.OMSc, and become an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner in November of 2020. Kelley was drawn to this field of practice because of its gentle treatment approach and lasting results.

Kelley’s Prices

Initial Visit 45 Minutes – $60.00
Subsequent Visits 30 Minutes – $45.00

Osteopath Mississauga | (905) 891-2288