Red Swan Osteopathy
Raphaelle Strub Osteopath D.O(MP)
"The Big Office" in the tiny house
667, Swansea Point Road, B.C
* Shuswap Region *
Osteopathy Structural / Visceral / Myofascial
The office still need some finishing but it will be ready to welcome patients on
October 5th, 2021 !
I am so excited and I will update when everything in the "big office" will be done
The office is located in the red tiny house
Please note that there is
no bathroom on site
Thorough history & assessment of the patient
gentle manipulations adapted to each condition or needs
Duration: vary 45 min (Follow-up) to 1h (First appointment)
Please wear comfortable clothes
Appointment Child - Baby
Assessment and very gentle manipulations to help baby or child
to overcome growing discomfort, pain, colic, anxiety, etc...
How Osteopathy can help you
Osteopathy is a mix of gentle manipulations used to bring homeostasis or harmony to the body. It will help the patient to find better health and regain energy.
In a few words, structural osteopathy will tend to restore the mobility and balance between joints, ligaments & muscles. Visceral manipulations will be focusing on the different organs as those can be responsible for joints pain as well.
Craniosacral therapy will deal with the body in the whole, central nervous system, nerves, cranium, dura mater, and the fluid within it: the cerebrospinal fluid.
All biodynamics technics will be the most gentle approach and will have a deeper impact.
Who can beneficiate from Osteopathy
Anyone who suffers from chronic pain as well as acute pain.
Osteopathy will follow the patients during every stage of life, from newborn to elders, during pregnancy and postpartum, but also any athlete trying to get the best performance.
Treatment can help to reduce or eliminate pain as well as maintaining a healthy life to be at the top of our game!
About your appointment
During the first appointment a thorough and complete medical history of the patient will be done, followed by an assessment and a treatment.
It is recommended to come in comfortable clothes where the body can be moved easily, short or loose pants with a light shirt will do great.