Osteopathy in Saint-Laurent

Osteopathy is a  manual therapy used to identify and treat the mobility restrictions that can affect all of the structures that make up the human body from the newborn to the aging person.

Any loss of mobility of the joints, muscles, ligaments or viscera can cause an imbalance in the state of health.

Osteopathy is based on a body’s ability to self-balance and a thorough knowledge of anatomy.

It requires specific skills, a thorough knowledge of the functioning of the human body and interactions between each of its systems.

Thanks to a fine and precise palpation, a complete and comprehensive evaluation allows to examine the cause of the neuro-musculoskeletal, visceral and cranial dysfunctions.

Stéphanie Bernal, DO

Stéphanie has been practicing osteopathy for over 10 years. Her interest in this discipline comes from her global vision of the human body. It is a holistic approach where the person is seen as a whole (bio-psycho-social, cultural and spiritual). The osteopath does not treat a symptom but rather looks for the cause. Her experience as a bachelor graduate in nursing and audiologist and her knowledge of health and osteopathy allow her to treat the imbalance and offer a quality service in the relief of pain. Each body is unique and requires a treatment of its own to achieve its best health goal. Discover osteopathy and its astonishing potential for the overall harmony of body and mind.

Natalie Hollinger, D.O.

Natalie began her career at Lake Placid Sports Medicine, gaining unparalleled experience in orthopaedic rehabilitation, while also establishing herself as a respected paediatric physiotherapist. Currently a self employed osteopath, Natalie is widely known for her honesty ad compassion, her knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics, and her manual therapy expertise. She has led an impressive career as both a physiotherapist and osteopath in her 23 years working in the healthcare industry.

Natalie is a graduate of McGill University B.Sc.(Anatomy) 1992, B. Sc (Physical Therapy) 1995 and the College d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal, 2007.

She currently holds the designation of D.O. and is a member in good standing of Ostéopathie Québec.