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You can now book online for osteopathy, physiotherapy, acupuncture and occupation therapy. **PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE A SCENT- FREE CLINIC. PLEASE DO NOT WEAR PERFUME, COLOGNE, OR OTHER SCENTED PRODUCTS WHEN VISITING THE CLINC. THANK YOU VERY MUCH. ** Help us keep our business, employees and patients safe: • Do not enter if you have COVID symptoms • Do not enter if you have been in contact with someone who has recently been diagnosed with COVID
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Nathalie, Lynsey, Francine, Lindsey, Jeanette and Karen
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Osteopathy is a manual art and science, provided by our Canmore clinic, deigned to restore the circulatory and neuromuscular systems by examining the intimate relationship between structure and function of the entire body. Our Canmore Osteopathic Manual Therapists use it as a means to permit an optimal physiological state that is based on the body's extraordinary ability to to return to a healthy state.
The Osteopathic Manual Therapists at our Canmore osteopathy clinic are trained to observe and understand how the intricate bond between bones, joints, muscles, nerves, and myofascial connective tissues in a specific region can have an influence on other regions of the body. Hands-on treatments by our Canmore osteopathic Manual Therapist involve mobilisation and gentle manipulation of the musculoskeletal, cranio-sacral, and visceral systems as therapeutic tools used to benefit and treat the person as a whole.
Occupational therapy is the art and science of enabling engagement in everyday living, through occupation; of enabling people to perform the occupations that foster health and well-being; and of enabling a just and inclusive society so that all people may participate to their potential in the daily occupations of life (Townsend& Polatajko, 2013, p. 380).
Occupational therapists are highly trained health-care professionals. Effective 2008, entry level education requirements in Canada include a professional Master’s degree in occupational therapy.
Occupational therapists define an occupation as much more than a chosen career. Occupation refers to everything that people do during the course of everyday life. Each of us have many occupations that are essential to our health and well-being. Occupational therapists believe that occupations describe who you are and how you feel about yourself. A child, for example, might have occupations as a student, a playmate, a dancer and a table-setter.
Occupational therapists use a systematic approach based on evidence and professional reasoning to enable individuals, families, groups, communities, organizations, or populations to develop the means and opportunities to identify and engage in the occupations of life. This collaborative process involves assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring, modifying and evaluating the client in relation to occupational engagement in self-care, work, study, volunteerism and leisure. Occupational therapists use key enablement skills such as adaptation, advocacy, coaching, collaboration, consultation, coordination, designing/building, educating, engaging and specializing to enable occupation. Occupational therapists may assume different roles such as advising on; health risks in the workplace, safe driving for older adults, or programs to promote mental health for youth. Occupational therapists also perform functions as managers, researchers, program developers, educators, and practice scholars in addition to the direct delivery of professional services.
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