Our Clinic requires all require new clients to book 2 to 3 appointments a week or two apart to make sure that follow up treatments are timely, and if you do not need the follow up, we just cancel the appointment. This allows the Osteopathic practitioner to ensure your treatment receives a timely follow up.
Our therapists are VERY successful at what they do, and have outstanding reputations for helping resolve issues. For that reason, they book 6 to 8 months in advance. However, that being said, once you are booked, we can add you to the cancel list, and if a client does not need their follow ups, we will call you and get you in sooner. Our list is quite fluid, and we often manage to get a lot of our clients in sooner than their appointment. We will not put you on a cancel list unless you HAVE an appointment booked. If you book an appointment and you choose not to attend, you will be charged the full rate unless you have cancelled with 24 hours notice. There is always someone waiting for an appointment, so letting us know you do not plan to attend is important to avoid being billed for the appointment.
We do want to advise potential clients that not all Osteopathic Practitioners are created equal. There are schools in Ontario that award DOMP designations after as little as 6 weeks of online classes and a week of clinic experience. All our practitioners attended the Canadian College of Osteopathy for FIVE years, and wrote a research thesis to get their designations. They are also all Registered Health Professionals prior to becoming DOMP's. So please be aware that not all Osteopaths have the same knowledge or success rate as others. There is a reason our DOMP's book six to eight months out.
All our appointments are an hour in length. We ask you wear loose fitting clothing (trackpants, yoga pants, shorts, etc) for your treatment, and avoid jeans or skirts. Be advised, osteopathy is done over the clothes.
Until the restrictions regarding Covid 19 are lifted, you will also be required to wear your mask for the duration of your treatment.
For all other questions, please refer to the FAQ page.