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What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathic manual therapy is a gentle, non-invasive form of manual therapy. The goal of Osteopathic treatment is to restore health to an area by removing restrictions in all layers of tissue.

Our osteopathic approach will stabilize motility throughout your unique gastrointestinal system before diligently following any reactions or patterns into your musculoskeletal system. 

Osteopathic care has been found to be helpful for people of all ages with all types of health concerns, including: musculoskeletal issues, spinal health, traumatic injury, digestive irregularity, sleep problems, reproductive issues, respiratory health, migraines and chronic pain. 

A doctor’s referral is NOT required to directly access osteopathy services.


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ICBC Coverage

If you were involved in a MVA, and are covered by ICBC, you could be entitled to certain benefits.

Zachary Petropolis

Registered Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
BSc Kinesiology & Nutrition

Zachary began his multicultural education at Acadia University where he focused on merging the varsity coaches and support staff from each of the nutrition, athletic therapy, and strength and conditioning programs.
His studies took him to London, UK, at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine. Zach was able to perform thousands of hours of hands-on dissection, supervised clinical rotations, plus independent research data collection and analysis.
Zachary is currently finishing doctorate degrees in Osteopathy and Naturopathy, while completing his PhD from the National University of Medical Sciences in Spain.
Zach was born and raised on the East coast of Nova Scotia and has competed internationally for both squash and swimming. Zachary continues to seek challenges for fun, in attempt to improve upon his own dysfunctional patterns when hiking, climbing, swimming, and cycling. When he has free time, you will find him in the backyard building and exploring with his dogo, all while shamelessly pattern watching.


  • Techniques:

Joint mobilizations (grade 4)

Muscle Energy techniques

Myofascial release, Trigger point release, and Deep tissue release

Lymphatic circulation techniques

Cupping / Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization

Exercise recommendations / prescriptions


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If your Injury affects:

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Seeing a Osteopath, will help get you back to work and play.

Or contact our front desk to book:

+1 (250) 591-9950