Osteopath in Mississauga

Mississauga osteopathy combines the structure and function of the human body in a manual form of healing.


What is Osteopathy?

Mississauga osteopathy combines the structure and function of the human body in a manual form of healing. Osteopathy focuses on the body as a whole by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. Osteopaths don’t simply consider treating drawback space, but use manual techniques to balance all the systems of the body, to supply overall health and well being. Thus, the goal is to have a total effect on the body’s nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic systems through a holistic approach to health care. By visiting our osteopath in Mississauga or Etobicoke helps decrease stress and minimizes pain through the mobilization of joints, providing tactile pressure and stretching of the soft tissues in the affected areas.

Conditions commonly treated with osteopathy:

  • Lower and upper back problems (sciatica, lumblagia, discopathy, strains )
  • Neck and head problem (whiplash, cephalalgia, migraine, sinusitis, TMJ)
  • Postural problems (scoliosis, flat back, hypolordosis)
  • Digestive problems (irritable bowel syndrome, gastric reflux despise, constipation, abdominal pain)
  • Genito-urinary problems (kidney infections, incontinence, menstrual problems)
  • Myofascila pain syndrome

Osteopathy and Children 

The calm and soothing approach of osteopathy makes it particularly suitable for treating children, as well as newborn babies. Structural issues, such as those affecting the right mobility and performance of the body’s framework, will lead to a multitude of issues. Those issues may include respiratory like asthma, postural like scoliosis, manifestations brain injury such as cerebral palsy and infections such as ear, throat or urinary. Osteopathy will assist within the prevention of health problems, helping youngsters create a smooth transition into normal, healthy adult life. This holistic approach encompasses all functions and influences as well as the body, emotions, mind and spirit.

Benefits of Osteopathy

  • Reduce pain and stiffness in muscles and joints
  • Increase range of motions in the joints
  • Treats spinal problems resulting from poor posture of spinal disk injuries
  • Decreases the stress on the joints
  • Reduces tension in the body
  • Relives tension headaches and migraine headaches
  • Helps the body to adapt to normal and structural changes during pregnancy
  • Treat trauma resulting from accidents (sport injures, Motor vehicle injures)
  • Increase circulation
  • Encourage the body to heal itself
  • Removes the underlying cause of pain

Our Osteopaths in Mississauga, Milton, and Etobicoke:

Oleksandr works at The Health First Group’s Mississauga Millcreek, Milton, and Etobicoke Osteopath Clinic
Tyler Butt
Tyler ButtOsteopath
Tyler works at The Health First Group’s Mississauga Millcreek Osteopath Clinic


Everyone can benefit from osteopathic evaluation and treatment. Osteopathy employs a holistic (whole body) approach to treatment. It is a non-invasive, drug-free alternative to help patients restore the circulatory, nervous, and lymphatic system function, find relief from pain, achieve balance in the body, and improve the overall health.

In your initial appointment, the practitioner will address your health history and your goals and needs associated with the treatment. Osteopath will do an assessment of your posture and a few tests to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for you followed by initial treatment. In the follow-up sessions, there will be a quick assessment to gauge your improvements and condition, accompanied by treatment.

Osteopathic treatment is extremely gentle. One usually feels better after an osteopathic treatment although this may occur two to three days afterward. It is possible to feel a bit achy or sore initially. This can be caused by positive changes taking place in the body. For example, an area of the body that was not moving well initially may experience different sensations caused by improved circulation and nerve supply when better mobility is restored. Rest and hydrotherapy such as an epsom salt bath, and/or a short ice application will usually alleviate any discomfort.

Your treatment plan is curated especially for you based on your complaint, severity of injury, and overall health. Some conditions can be treated in 4 to 5 sessions to re-establish normal mobility in the body even though symptoms can be reduced earlier than that. Your osteopath at The Health First Group will let you know what the best course of treatment is for your improved overall health.

Many private insurance plans tend to cover osteopathic treatment. Please check with your insurance provider to see what is your coverage as it varies individually.

Watch a video from the Canadian Federation of Osteopaths on “What is Osteopathy?”

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