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Dominic Thibeault Manual Osteopath

Dominic Thibeault, MOT, BSc Kin - Unleashing the Power of Osteopathy for Holistic Healing

Introducing Dominic Thibeault, a highly skilled manual osteopathic therapist and kinesiologist with a diverse background. As a Manual Osteopathic College of Canada graduate, Dominic pursued his passion for helping others and improving their well-being.

From his early years, Dominic was driven by a strong interest in the human body and its optimal function, which led him to obtain a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. He later earned a Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice with honours and distinction. Today, he is a proud and active Canadian Massage & Manual Osteopathic Therapists Association member.

Dominic's dedication to his client's well-being is evident in his holistic approach to treatment. He skillfully combines techniques to address each client, including Osteoarticulations, Myofascial Remodeling, Involuntary Mechanisms (cranial osteopathy & lymphatic drainage), and visceral manipulation's unique needs. As a constantly evolving professional, Dominic plans to expand his knowledge and skillset by pursuing additional certifications and courses, enabling him to provide even more comprehensive and personalized care.

When he's not working in the clinic, Dominic enjoys staying active and engaging in various physical activities to maintain his well-being. He also values the time spent with his loved ones, believing that a strong support network is essential for a balanced and fulfilling life.

Bilingual; and welcomes both English and French clients communicating in the language of their choice.

Education
Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology
Diploma of Osteopathic Manual Practice

Career
Manual Osteopathic Therapist at Naturology Centre Moncton Since 2023

Areas of Specialization
Manual Osteopathic Therapy and Kinesiology - Osteoarticulations, Myofascial Remodeling, Involuntary Mechanisms (Cranial osteopathy & Lymphatic drainage), Visceral Manipulation, Shockwave Therapy, Cupping Therapy, Electrotherapy, and Acupressure for Stress Relief

Therapist Qualifications

Canadian Massage & Manual Osteopathic Therapists Association (CMMOTA)

Popular Conditions Treated

Neck Pain: Osteopathic practitioners may use various techniques, such as soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization, and muscle energy techniques, to relieve muscle tension, improve joint mobility, and enhance blood flow in the neck area. This can help alleviate pain and improve the overall function of the neck.

Back Pain: Osteopathic treatment for back pain often focuses on addressing spinal misalignments and improving posture. Techniques such as spinal manipulation, myofascial release, and muscle energy techniques (METs) can restore proper spinal alignment, release muscle tension, and enhance blood flow to the affected area.

Headaches & Migraines: Osteopathic treatment for headaches and migraines might involve addressing underlying issues related to muscle tension, spinal alignment, and cranial dysfunction. Techniques like cranial osteopathy, spinal manipulation, and soft tissue work may help alleviate the tension and improve blood flow, reducing headache symptoms.

Sciatica: Osteopathic treatment for sciatica often focuses on addressing the root cause, typically related to spinal misalignments or disc issues. Techniques such as spinal manipulation, myofascial release, and stretching can help to reduce pressure on the sciatic nerve, alleviate pain, and improve mobility.

TMJ Disorders: In cases of TMJ disorders, osteopathic practitioners may use techniques like intraoral manipulation, cranial osteopathy, and soft tissue work to address issues with the jaw joint, surrounding muscles, and related structures, helping to restore proper alignment and function.

Whiplash: Osteopathic treatment for whiplash may involve a combination of soft tissue techniques, joint mobilization, and muscle energy techniques to address muscle tension, restore joint mobility, and realign the cervical spine. This can help alleviate pain and restore normal function following a whiplash injury.

Frozen Shoulder: Osteopathic treatment for a frozen shoulder might involve a combination of joint mobilization, soft tissue work, and stretching techniques to improve shoulder joint mobility, decrease inflammation, and reduce pain.

Scoliosis: Osteopathic treatment for scoliosis often focuses on addressing muscle imbalances, improving posture, and enhancing spinal mobility. Techniques such as spinal manipulation, myofascial release, and muscle energy techniques may help to improve spinal alignment and function.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Osteopathic treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome might involve soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization, and neural mobilization to relieve pressure on the median nerve, reduce inflammation, and alleviate pain.

Plantar Fasciitis: Osteopathic treatment for plantar fasciitis may include soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization, and stretching to address tightness in the plantar fascia, calf muscles, and Achilles tendon. This can help reduce inflammation, alleviate pain, and improve foot function.

It's important to note that each individual's treatment plan will vary based on their needs and symptoms.

Read our recent article for more information: Chronic Pain Relief: How Manual Osteopathy Tackles 20 Musculoskeletal Conditions

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