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Laura first discovered osteopathy after suffering a back injury in University that left her with severe pain for over 3 years.

Born and raised in Ontario, Laura is an avid equestrian and show jumper.  Her interest in health and wellness led her to a career in osteopathy to help athletes of all ages perform at their best.



With over 4200+ hours of clinical, hands-on practice, and instruction from experts in the field, Laura graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. The CAO is a comprehensive 4-year osteopathic education program that is rooted in classical osteopathy and a principles-based understanding of osteopathic thinking, assessment and treatment.


​Laura Dalton

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What is Osteopathic Manual Therapy?

Manual Osteopathy is a form of alternative medicine that focuses on the musculoskeletal system and it’s impact on the structure/function relationship.


Manual osteopaths view the body as a whole, recognizing the interconnectedness of the body.  Dysfunction in one part of the body can affect other areas and contribute to overall health.


Practitioners use a variety of hands-on techniques to manipulate and mobilize the musculoskeletal structures, including joints, muscles, and connective tissues.  The principles based-approach helps to improve mobility, reduce pain and restore balance throughout the body


Each treatment is unique and individual to the patient to help you perform your best in life!

What Can Manual Osteopaths Treat And

Who Can Benefit?

Manual Osteopathy can benefit all  types of athletes and individuals due to the gentle nature of treatment.


It is an effective form of therapy for treating:

  • Chronic Pain

  • Sports Related Injuries

  • Back, neck & Joint Pain

  • Muscle Tension & Strain

  • Edema, swelling, inflammation

  • Digestive Issues

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