Amanda is a BC registered Osteopathic Practitioner.
After traveling to British Columbia in the winter of 2021 from her hometown of Milton, Ontario, Amanda knew she wanted to start her Osteopathic career in the mountains. Shortly after, in the spring of 2021, she packed her bags and made the big move with her dog, Rosie, and has never looked back. She has gotten her Osteopathic training from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton, Ontario, after graduating in Kinesiology at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. Amanda is registered with Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN).
Not only is Amanda passionate about the outdoors and a lover of all things furry, but she also takes pride in her Osteopathic training and is very determined to take her skills and 8+ years of schooling to the table utilizing a principle-based knowledge to guide her treatments. With the use of intricate palpation and in-depth knowledge of the body, Amanda strives to individualize assessment and treatments and works towards creating alignment within the entire body to allow self-healing and self-regulation, which is a key principle in her practice. This holistic, principle-based mindset can help with acute and chronic pain, digestive issues, headaches, and overall wellness and mobility.
When Amanda is not practicing on the table, she is out learning the ropes of life in the mountains! Snowmobiling, hiking, and spending time camping are just some of the things she has learned to love. She is fascinated by health and wellness and strives to create a healthy balanced lifestyle.