Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Ben graduated with a degree in Osteopathic Manual
Therapy from the European School of Osteopathy of England in 2006. With a structured and rigorous educational approach of a 4-year program and 2
subsequent years of clinical skills, Ben acquired Structural, Cranial & Visceral techniques that have become amongst the highest regarded and most recognized in the profession that serves a solid osteopathic foundation and ethics.
Having a structured education, and 15 years of clinical experience and practice working in a multidisciplinary clinic has allowed Ben to treat his patients with a tailored approach when assessing and treating their structure and function when dealing with an array of physical and physiological conditions and dysfunctions.
How Osteopathy Can Help:
- Lowback, thoracic and neck pain.
- Frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, knee pain and repetitive strain injuries (tendonitis).
- Carpal tunnel syndrom, sciatica, plantar fasciitis
- Postural imbalances, scoliosis and gait issues.
- TMJ problems.
- Degenerative disc disease and disc herniation, whiplash.
- Sports injuries and post surgical procedures.
- Edema and lack of drainage.
- Arthritis and chronic pain.
- Headaches and migraines.
- Anxiety and depression
- Pregnancy (pre and postpartum).
- Aging, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis.
- Autoimmune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, etc.
- Heartburn/acid reflux.
- Digestion issues (constipation, Crohn’s, Diverticulitis.)
- Bowel and bladder dysfunctions.
On a Personal Note
On a more personal note, I was born in France, and grew up in a nice little village of Burgundy. At 20 I went to England to learn Osteopathy for 4 years, then I travelled the world for a couple of years and it’s during this journey that I discover Canada and its
kind and welcoming people, so I decided to settle in Ontario.
I enjoy reading, playing sports such as volleyball, and skied all my life. I also like cooking, I’m French after all. Travelling the world, discovering new cultures and people is a hobby of mine. I have a passion for fly-fishing (Trout) and exploring the wilderness.
Humans are fascinating to me and any opportunity to discuss and share is a gem in my opinion. I really enjoy telling my stories and listening the ones of others.
To finish, I would say that I have the extreme privilege to do a job I love, and I dispend it with the same passion than the one I have for my favourite hobbies. Doing what you love in life for a living adds to the satisfaction of helping my patients make their lives enjoyable.
Locations & Booking
Clinic 1 – Danforth: 179 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1N2
(Nearest TTC Subway Station is Broadview)
Hours: Tuesdays 9am to 6pm and Thursdays 9am to 6pm
Book me online at this clinic by clicking here: Danforth’s clinic booking
Clinic 2 – Spadina: 738 Spadina avenue, Toronto, ON M5S 2J8
(Nearest TTC Subway Station is Spadina)
Hours: Fridays 11am to 8pm and Saturdays 9am to 2pm
Book me online at this clinic by clicking here: Spadina’s clinic booking
Text me or call me at 647-567-5434
View my profile on the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners website