M.OMSc.. R.Kin - Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Natasha graduated from Brock University with honours from her bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 2015. There she was able to learn the foundations of physiology and anatomy, as well as develop a deep sense of compassion for those who are injured and suffer physically. From there, she enrolled as a student at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, where her passion for anatomy, human movement and helping others would allow her to live out her calling after graduation. Natasha strives to understand the daily movement patterns and history of each patient so she can better understand their body’s mechanics and how best to implement change so that they can heal.
Outside of her practice, Natasha is a wife and mother of three, she enjoys gardening, herbal remedies and spending time with her family. Natasha strives to bring glory to God through the healing work of her hands.
As people age and live their everyday life, repetitive strain, traumatic injury and compensatory poor posture take a toll on the structure of the body. Many people experience pain, discomfort or fatigue because the structure of their body has been placed under improper mechanical strain. The improper mechanical strain causes the structural parts of their body to either become restricted in their movement when they have taken on too much strain or to become lengthened and loosened when parts of their body have to move more than they were designed to.
The benefit of a person receiving osteopathic manual treatment is that as their body is brought into alignment, the structures that had been placed under improper mechanical strain are now able to function properly, no longer obstructing nerve, artery, lymphatic and veinous pathways. This will allow; arterial blood flow to build and restore tissue, veinous drainage to carry away wastes and impurities, the lymphatics to provide a proper immune response, and the nerves to facilitate muscular control of the area. When all of these functions can perform as they should, the person’s body can self-regulate and self-heal.
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