What to Expect

Make the most of your visit

During Your First Appointment

At your first appointment, please arrive 5-10 minutes early to complete a brief intake form. You will discuss this further with your practitioner in session to develop a treatment plan.

For Osteopathy appointments, please wear comfortable clothing that will allow access to the areas for which you are seeking treatment. If clothing needs to be removed, we use draping methods to ensure your privacy.

What Injuries and Issues Can We Treat?

Manual Osteopathy and Massage Therapy can help with the treatment and management of a number of issues and injuries, including (but not limited to):

• Sports injuries
• Spinal injuries and conditions
• Muscular weakness/atrophy
• Core weakness or loss of flexibility
• Abnormal gait pattern
• Nerve entrapment
• Meniscal tears
• Joint dislocations/subluxations
• TMJ or jaw pain
• Headaches, migraines & whiplash
• Concussions
• Menstrual, pregnancy & pelvic pain
• Frozen shoulder condition
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Facet irritations
• Joint instabilities or restrictions with range of motion
• Sprains/Strains
• Bursitis
• Digestive disorders
• Pre & post-operative conditions and scarring
• Heartburn and reflux
• Nerve root impingement
• Epicondylitis
• Tendonitis

Book Your Appointment Today

If you're ready to start improving your overall health and wellbeing, book your appointment with Glebe Osteopathy & Wellness today. Our experienced service providers will work with you to determine your best course of treatment, based on your individual needs.

Insurance Coverage:
Most extended health care benefits cover our Massage Therapy and Osteopathy services. Please consult your insurance provider to verify what coverage your plan provides.

Cancellation Policy:
We require 24 hours notice for a cancelled appointment. Patients cancelling an appointment with less than 24 hours' notice will be charged the full rate for their service.

Privacy Policy:

Glebe Osteopathy and Wellness collects personal and medical information as required to support our clients throughout their treatment plans. Personal and medical information is confidential and will only be disclosed with prior consent. It is collected and stored in accordance with the standards outlined in the Personal Health Information Privacy Act. For any information or questions about PHIPA, you can contact the Clinical Director - Liam Graham-Morton, DOMP.