Angie Singer, RMT, D.O.M.P.
Angie brings almost twenty years of clinical experience to her practice as a Manual Osteopathic Practitioner and Registered Massage. She sees each person as a unique individual and adapts her treatment style to meet the needs of each patient she sees, looking for causes rather than symptoms, to maintain balance and wellbeing. She treats the whole person, using mechanical, visceral, cranial and endocranial approaches to help enhance each individual’s health and ability to heal themselves.
Angie loves working with all ages of people, from newborns to adult and senior care. She treats people with a wide range of complex conditions, including emotional trauma, concussions, pre- and post partum, and post surgery as well as people wanting to maintain good health. Angie feels inspired and humbled by the impacts and benefits of osteopathy and the changes that result in physical health and emotional wellbeing.
As a lifelong learner, Angie continues to deepen her knowledge and skills through postgraduate courses.
Angie spends her free time playing in the outdoors, whenever possible, connecting with the natural world. Her partner, four children and two grandchildren feed her love of life and keep her playful and thoughtful.
Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management - Acadia University
Massage Therapy Diploma – Sutherland Chan School and Teaching Clinic in Toronto
Diploma of Osteopathy Manual Practice –D.O.M.P. –Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques in Montreal
Canadian Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid
$100 per session
Professional affiliations / memberships:
Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths
Ontario Association of Osteopathy
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