Meet Vadzim Siniauski
MY APPROACH TO TREATMENT AS AN OSTEOPATHIC-MASSAGE THERAPIST
Hello! My name is Vadzim Siniauski and I am an Osteopathic manual practitioner DOMP, MCIO, MD (Belarus). I provide Massage and Osteopathic Manual Therapy in Toronto and GTA.
I am a registered member of Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals. In my practice I specialize in treating various physical conditions by using advanced manual techniques integrated with principles of osteopathy.
My unique approach stems from my extensive knowledge of techniques and theories which allow me to treat patients according to their needs, not necessarily following a text-book approach.
As experienced Osteopath I thoroughly choose what I professionally believe is best for the clients and mold it directly to your personal needs.
At the same time, I continue to learn and grow in my studies by attending courses and conferences. Recently I was awarded Advanced Course Certificate in Osteopathy & Integrative Medicine (2022 State of Arizona).
I am very patient with my clients and take great care in what I do. During the therapy I will ensure that not only your physical state is well, but I will go above and beyond to assess medical history, emotional well-being and spiritual state.
Osteopathic medicine is the up and coming, most natural approach to address a wide spectrum of health issues, that allows the body to realign and restore its natural structure and function.
My osteopathic services are fully licensed and covered by the most Canadian extended health care providers.
I received my diploma from the Toronto Academy of Osteopathy and keep up to date with the latest health care information. Feel free to follow me on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube to learn more about health tips and trends.
On your first visit at the clinic, I will carefully analyze your posture, movement, physical and emotional symptoms, medical history and spiritual state. Using a gentle touch, osteopathic treatment effectively allows the body to realign and restore its natural state and function.
Have any questions? Get in touch with me here on my contact form or call (647) 995-7722.
Are you in pain? Request FREE video consultation (15 minutes) here.
The FREE Video consultation sessions are used to understand and discuss the condition with the patient, as well as the recommended treatment.
BOOK AN ASSESSMENT
Body & Mind Osteopathic Clinic
280 Sheppard Av. E, unit # 208
Toronto, ON M2N 3B1
Monday - Friday 9am to 8pm
Saturday - 9am to 2pm
Sunday - Booking by request
No Walk-ins - By Appointment Only.
Osteopathic Treatment in Toronto
At Body & Mind Osteopathic Clinic in Toronto, we believe overall health is only achieved when you acknowledge and address the needs of the whole body. This is also the philosophy behind osteopathic medicine – the whole body must function together for optimal health. If one part of the body is compromised with an injury, then the rest of the body must adapt and compensate for this, eventually leading to inflammation, pain, stiffness and other health conditions.
A traditional Osteopathic treatment combines the five main types of Osteopathic modalities:
Osteopathic manual practitioner can help treat:
- Back pain
- Lower back pain
- Neck pain
- Back injuries and lower back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Migraines and Headaches
- Soft tissue muscle strains
- Spasm and ligamentous sprains
- Hand, elbow and wrist pain, including tennis elbow and golfers elbow
- Shoulder and neck pain, including frozen shoulder
- Trapped nerve, nerve pain e.g Sciatica
- Problems with your posture (postural), including irritation of the facet joint
- Osteoarthritis symptoms /degenerative conditions
- Pain in the joints as (joints or joint pain)
- Foot pain, Hip pain and knee pain
- TMJ jaw ache / jaw imbalance and teeth grinding
- Chronic muscle aches and pains
- Fibromyalgia and chronic pain
- Tension or stress-related problems including headaches or migraines, anxiety
- Digestive conditions such as IBS, heartburn and general indigestion
- Ligament or muscle sprains due to overuse or sports
- Allergies, including asthma, digestive sensitivities and intolerances
- Repetitive strain injuries, after surgery recovery, sports injuries and disk problems
- Peripheral injuries like shoulder pain, knee pain, hip and ankle pain
- Arthritis, including pain associated with rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis
- Symptoms relates to Pregnancy
- Post-surgery rehab (rehabilitation)
- Inability to relax
- Circulatory problems
- Many more
Osteopathic manual practitioner uses a broad range of gentle, hands-on techniques, including:
- Soft tissue stretching
- Muscle energy techniques
- Deep tactile pressure
- Mobilization or manipulation of joints
- Ligament balancing techniques
- Cranial sacral therapy
- Exercise for strength and conditioning
- Dry needling
- Sports taping
- Access Bars® technique
- Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST)
Are you looking for an Osteopath near me in Toronto?
Our Body & Mind Osteopathic Clinic is based in North York and Bayview Village area. We provide Osteopathy treatments which work with the musculoskeletal systems in ones body. Osteopathic treatment is based on the holistic principle that no parts of your body exists in isolation, and that our musculoskeletal system is a key component of overall physical well-being.
Osteopathy can be a beneficial form of therapy for people of all ages, from infants to seniors. Since manual therapy is focused on restoring the body’s natural ability to heal itself, it can be used to address a wide range of health issues, including musculoskeletal pain, headaches, digestive problems, and respiratory issues, among others.
For infants: osteopathy can be particularly helpful with colic or feeding difficulties, sleeping issues, reflux, torticollis and birth trauma. Toddlers having frequent ear infections or developmental delays also can receive manual therapy.
In terms of children, osteopathic therapy can be particularly helpful with sports injuries or scoliosis, ear infections and developmental issues.
For adults, osteopath can help alleviate back pain, neck pain, and joint pain, as well as improve mobility and flexibility. It can also be used to address chronic conditions such as asthma, arthritis, and fibromyalgia.
Also, for seniors, manual therapy can be an effective way to manage pain and maintain mobility, which can improve overall quality of life. It can also be used to address conditions such as osteoporosis and balance issues.
If you’re interested in osteopathic therapy for your family, contact our licensed Osteopathic manual practitioner Vadzim Siniauski who is experienced in treating patients of all ages. He will be able to provide a comprehensive assessment and develop a treatment plan tailored to your family’s specific needs.
Osteopathy treatment can provide a range of benefits, including:
Pain relief: osteopathy can help relieve pain caused by a variety of conditions, including back pain, neck pain, and joint pain.
Improved mobility: manual techniques can help improve mobility and flexibility by increasing range of motion in joints and reducing muscular tension.
Increased circulation: osteopathy can improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage, which can help reduce swelling and inflammation in the body.
Better posture: osteopathy can help improve posture by addressing musculoskeletal imbalances and helping the body maintain better alignment.
Stress reduction: osteopathic techniques can help reduce stress and promote relaxation by releasing tension in the muscles and improving overall body balance.
Improved function of organs: manual therapy can help improve the function of organs by addressing any structural imbalances that may be affecting them.
Enhanced overall health: osteopathy can help promote overall health and wellbeing by addressing imbalances and restoring balance to the body.
Free video consultation
Request your FREE video consultation (15 minutes). Osteopath will undertake the video consultation to understand the patient’s condition and discuss the best course of action with them. If the patient wants to go forward with the treatment at the end of the FREE video consultation, they can book the 1st treatment in the clinic over the video call with the practitioner. On the other hand, if you the patient decides not to have a treatment, the consultation is still FREE.
The services are fully licensed and covered by the most Canadian extended health care providers. It is recommended to contact your insurance provider for more details.