Discover a Whole-Body Approach to Wellness
Focusing on the body as a whole functioning unit to improve the structure and function as well as overall health and wellbeing, Fix’s osteopathic practitioners are extensively trained in the human sciences. Understanding the interrelationships of all bodily systems, they aim to treat the root causes of pain, not simply the symptoms. They focus on assisting alignment, organic function, neurovascular health, and circulation of all bodily fluids in addition to improving how the skeleton, joints, nerves, muscles, circulation, connective tissue, and internal organs all work together.
With degrees in Physiotherapy and Osteopathy and training as a teacher and instructor from the prestigious Korean Kinesiology Tape Association, Giorgio has worked with professional athletes in Europe, Canada, and the U.S., traveling internationally with teams competing in races, world cups, world championships, and the Olympics.
In 2017, Giorgio moved to Canada, where he became the head therapist of the National Canadian Women’s Volleyball Team at the Oval Olympic Centre in Richmond. Thanks to his vast experience with professional athletes he has become an expert in posture correction and the problems and dysfunctions associated with alignment.
Athletic Therapist, Osteopathic Practitioner
With her passion for sport and human movement, Sandy completed a Diploma in Sports Injury Management and became a Certified Athletic Therapist. After many years working in a clinical setting and for multiple professional teams, Sandy earned a diploma from the Canadian College of Osteopathy, where she completed her thesis on migraines. Over the last 20 years, Cassandra has worked with several professional, national, and provincial-level sport organizations.
Specializing in musculoskeletal and sports injuries, postural assessment and active rehabilitation. Sandy utilizes her wide range of therapeutic education and experience to help people achieve and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. Therapeutic tools employed include manual therapy and osteopathic practices, craniosacral and visceral therapy, and musculoskeletal and fascial techniques.
What You Need to Know
What can osteopathy help with?
- Recovery from car accident injuries
- Sports injuries
- Sleep or energy issues
- Posture and alignment issues
- Joint or muscle pain
- Digestive, respiratory, or menstrual problems
- Jaw dysfunction
- Overuse issues
- Concussion rehabilitation
- Muscle imbalances
- Pre- and post-natal support
What should I expect during my session?
Your osteopathic practitioner will take a detailed health history to understand your complaint and complete a whole body assessment. Treatment is manual, with a hands-on approach, and will focus on particular regions as required. Please wear clothing that best exposes the area of complaint, such as shorts, sports gear, and/or sports bra. Working with you, they will provide education and support and develop a rehabilitation plan, so you can return to doing what you love.
Is osteopathy covered by my insurance?
Many insurance companies cover osteopathy but most do not allow clinics to direct bill on a patient’s behalf. Please call your insurance provider to explore your specific plan details and coverages.
Our online booking system, Jane, is convenient and easy to use, allowing you to select your desired therapist, date, time, and location.