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Manual Osteopathic services are claimable under your Health Care Benefits Plan

Currently, CMMOTA Manual Osteopathic Therapists are recognized by the following insurance companies, and this list continues to grow as our membership base grows:

  • Alberta Blue Cross

  • Canada Benefit Providers

  • Chamber of Commerce Insurance

  • CINUP

  • ClaimSecure

  • ClaimXchange

  • Desjardin Insurance

  • Equitable Life

  • Group Medical Services (GMS)

  • Johnston Group

  • Manitoba Blue Cross

  • Maximum Benefits

  • NexGenRX

  • Pacific Blue Cross

  • Saskatchewan Blue Cross

  • The Co-Operators.

What is Manual Osteopathic Therapy?

Manual Osteopathic Therapy uses hands-on skills for the investigation and treatment of body dysfunctions. The whole body is examined and mechanical disruptions are treated whether symptoms exist or not. Simply put, let’s say you have right shoulder pain – expect the Manual Osteopathic Therapist to examine the joint and soft tissue around the shoulder and also:

  • Assess the pelvis, because if imbalanced will drop your shoulder and create a strain;

  • Check the spinal column, because inflamed nerves can send pain to the shoulder;

  • Palpate the liver and gall bladder, because dysfunction in those organs radiates pain to the right shoulder;

  • Assess the fluid dynamics in and out of the shoulder, because congestion is linked with pain.

Imbalances found are gently treated with techniques that engage the dysfunctional tissue until the function is normalized. Joints are mobilized by muscle-resisted techniques, soft tissue is restored to healthier states. Fluids are released from congested areas and gently flushed in the direction of drainage. Changes are often felt immediately or shortly after the treatment.

Credit: https://www.moccanada.ca/manual-osteopathic-therapy/

Initial Assessment + Treatment   

90 Minutes  $150  

60 Minutes  $120   

45 Minutes  $105   

15 Minutes  Free Consultation with Manual Osteopathy therapist 

Neck Treatment
Chiropractor at Work

MOT-Osteoarticulations 

Chiropractic Treatment
Shoulder Treatment

Manual Osteopathic Therapy uses a hands-on invasive assessment to rule out body dysfunctions and is treated with lesions of dysfunction such as unity 1, unity 2, and unity 3  to help support the structural and functional of the body

MOT-Myofascial Release

Massage
Massage Therapy

Manual Osteopathic Therapy uses a hands-on invasive assessment to rule out body dysfunctions and is treated with Myofascial release that helps the body function and properties of the fascial system.

MOT-Manual Craniosacral

Head Massage
Neck Massage

Manual Osteopathic Therapy uses a hands-on invasive assessment to rule out body dysfunctions and treats mobility and vitality of Dural membranes and cerebral fluids which nourish the brain and spinal cord for the entire body.

MOT-Manual Lymphatic Drained

Relaxing Massage
Spa Massage

Manual Osteopathic Therapy uses a hands-on invasive assessment to rule out body dysfunctions and is treated with Lymphatic Drained to help activates lymph function, circulation and stimulate the immune system

MOT-Visceral Manipulations

Doctor specialized in osteopathy in the medical clinic performs manipulations and visceral
Chiropractor

Manual Osteopathic Therapy uses a hands-on invasive assessment and treatment of lesions in the viscera (organs) of the pelvic, abdominal, and thoracic cavities to help improve function and reduce or eliminate pain

Manual Osteopathy Therapy is complementary to other healthcare practices. It is suitable for anyone looking to treat the root cause of their pain, and use wide range of gentle, non-invasive manual techniques, without drugs or surgery

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