Vadzim Siniauski received his diploma from the Toronto Academy of Osteopathy. He is running his Osteopathic practice for people of all ages: infants, children, adults and elderly.
To provide the best care for his patients,Vadzim keeps up to date with the latest health care information. This includes new research, treatment techniques, and best practices. Recently he was awarded Advanced Course Certificate in Osteopathy & Integrative Medicine (2022 State of Arizona).
Every client is unique. And Vadzim enjoys helping all his patients get back to the activities they love as quickly as possible. Don’t let injury/pain become a barrier! Book your initial consultation today!
Vadzim provides both in-clinic osteopathy treatment and mobile osteopathy. With Go-to Home Mobile Osteopathic Therapy you can have therapy session in comfort of your home. The areas served: Toronto and GTA area.
Vadzim puts everything together to find the best solution for a patient. He uses techniques that are always safe, comfortable and controlled. Consent and feedback are always obtained to make sure patients do not experience unnecessary discomfort throughout treatment.
Are you in pain? Request FREE video consultation (15 minutes) here.
The purpose of the FREE video consultation sessions is to help the osteopath understand and discuss the patient’s condition. As well as recommend appropriate treatment options.
If you are looking for an highly skilled Toronto osteopath, you are at the right place.
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.
My Approach To Osteopathic Manual Therapy
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.
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.
I have dedicated a significant amount of time to learning the theory, osteopathic principles, and osteopathic techniques of manual therapy. As a result, I can now move beyond a formulaic approach and practice with a deeper understanding of the discipline.
I no longer treat a condition with a text-book approach only. And I do not follow some prescribed steps of any single technique either. With each and every client I develop an individual treatment plan.
Within each treatment session, over a series of treatments, I create manipulations and approaches as I proceed. My sole aim is to attentively listen and respond to the present needs of the client.
This, I believe, is treating osteopathically. This is what I call osteopathic massage therapy. – Vadzim Siniauski, Osteopathic manual practitioner DOMP, MCIO, MD (Belarus).
Vadzim Siniauski, Osteopathic manual practitioner DOMP, MCIO, MD (Belarus)
The Principles of Osteopathy
The principles of osteopathy were established by the founder of osteopathy, Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, and are as follows:
- The body is a unit: Osteopathy recognizes the interconnectedness of the body’s structure and function. Each part of the body affects and is affected by other parts, and the body functions as a whole.
- The body has the ability to self-regulate and self-heal. Osteopathy acknowledges that the body has an inherent capacity to heal itself, given the right conditions and support.
- Structure and function are interrelated. Osteopathy recognizes that the body’s structure (bones, muscles, ligaments, etc.) and function (physiological processes, movement, etc.) are interdependent and affect each other.
- Treatment is pain free and is based on the individual. Osteopathy emphasizes a personalized approach to treatment taking into account each person’s unique circumstances, medical history, and symptoms.
- Treatment aims to address the root cause of the problem. Osteopathy focuses on identifying and treating the underlying cause of a problem rather than just addressing the symptoms.
Conditions Osteopathy Can Help Treat
Patients suffering from a variety of symptoms including the ones below can benefit from visiting an osteopathic manual practitioner. Note: this is not an inclusive list:
- 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
- Poor posture, including irritation of the facet joint
- Osteoarthritis symptoms /degenerative conditions
- Pain in the joints ligaments
- 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
The techniques include:
- 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)
- Visceral Manipulation Massage
- Osteoarticular Corrections
- Access Bars technique
- Myofascial release therapy
- Manual lymphatic drainage
- Pelvic floor dysfunction treatment