Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
Practice Style (Philosophy) Fred has a strong interest in pain affecting the spine from the base of the skull to the pelvis that could radiate to the limbs after an injury such as a concussion or due to chronic issues. He also specialises in digestive problems. Fred practices European style Osteopathy by being gentle and very precise, seeking and fixing the cause to relieve the symptoms. He pays special attention to treating a patient and not a complaint by taking into consideration their history and background. He also adds to this deep understanding of the patient a meticulous analysis of their current condition. His strong knowledge in musculoskeletal, craniosacral, visceral and neural manipulations allows him to always use the most effective treatment. Every session is thoroughly designed to treat various patients from babies to the elderly and pregnant women to athletes. Fred believes that it’s most important to help his patients understand their treatment and incite them to take action into reaching their goals faster and make the results last longer. Unique Facts Fred has traveled to several countries for his quest to understand the human being. Since 2016, he decided to step into the humanitarian world and is now managing the osteopathic education program for medical staff in a Haitian hospital.
Anxiety and Stress Back Pain Concussions Geriatrics Headaches Hips/Knees Manual Therapy Techniques-Soft Tissue Neck Issues Nervous System/ Post Trauma Care Neurological issues (MS ALS Stroke and Parkinson’s) Paediatrics Pelvic Health (pelvic floor dysfuction/ incontinence/ diastasis recti) Post-Operative (any joint) Postural Issues Racquet and court sport injuries/golf and hockey Scar Tissue Scoliosis Shoulders Sports injuries and prevention Stenosis Vestibular Therapy/Epley Maneuver (Dizziness and Vertigo issues)