Meet Vadzim Siniauski
MY APPROACH TO TREATMENT AS AN OSTEOPATHIC-MASSAGE THERAPIST
Many massage therapists learn various techniques developed by osteopaths. However, simply because you have learned and use a technique does not make the treatment osteopathic, nor make it to be what I understand as osteopathic massage. When I treat I am not picking and choosing which technique to use or in what order. I work from the perspective of using the principles and aims that both massage and osteopathy share. Precisely because I have spent so much time learning technique and theory, learning osteopathic principles and osteopathic techniques for massage therapy, I can now leave behind any recipe approach. I no longer treat a condition with a text-book approach, nor do I follow some prescribed steps of any single technique. With each and every client, and within each treatment session, over a series of treatments, I create manipulations and approaches as I proceed. My only objective is to listen and respond to the needs of the tissue, to the client as they are right now.
This, I believe, is treating osteopathically. This is what I call osteopathic massage therapy. – Vadzim Siniauski
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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.
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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.
Osteopathic manual practitioners use a broad range of gentle, hands-on techniques, including:
Osteopathic manual practitioners commonly treat:
- Back injuries and lower back injuries
- Neck injuries
- 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
- Stress, depression, and chronic fatigue
- 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
- Many more