Eric Sanderson has an osteopathic manual practice located in downtown Toronto. He operates a busy referral based practice that is focused on providing clients with a wide variety of manual osteopathic techniques, amongst other skills, to address a variety of health issues. As a healthcare provider, Eric has been practicing since 1999 at his clinic in Ontario.
Gus is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, a Certified Athletic Therapist, and a Registered Kinesiologist.
Gus is a graduate of the University of Windsor and holds a Master’s degree from Indiana State University in Athletic Therapy. In 2003, Gus completed his degree in Osteopathic Manual Practice from the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto.
Sam Gibbs is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Certified Athletic Therapist, Registered Massage Therapist and has a Master’s of Science degree in Functional Medicine & Human Nutrition. He maintains special interests in functional neurology, immunology and endocrinology.
Shawn is the clinic director at the Centre de Santé Holistique Pilates et plus, in Saint-Eustache on the North shore of Montreal, where he gives conferences, teaches classes, and treats patients. He is passionate about the human body. He views the body as a complex system and knows that in order to truly help people one must understand every portion of the system as well as their interaction.
A graduate of the Académie Sutherland d’Ostéopathie du Québec, Luc Gagnon also holds certificates in shiatsu from the Institut Kiné-Concept and in somatotherapy from the École d’études supérieures en somatothérapie. He has also taken courses in human dissection at the Université de Trois-Rivières.
Emmanuel Frantzis is a chiropractor and manual osteopathic practitioner. Educated at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and Canadian College of Osteopathy (CCO), he integrates a unique combination of chiropractic, osteopathy, advanced exercise and nutritional approaches.
Craig Harness, MSc, PhD(c), RMT, DO(Q), has been in practice since 2005, initially as a registered massage therapist. In 2010, he completed with distinction a BSc degree majoring in Human Sciences from Athabasca University. In October 2012, he completed his studies in Osteopathy at Académie Sutherland d’Ostéopathie du Québec in Montreal and has been registered with the Société Canadienne pour la Tradition de l’Ostéopathie (SoCaTo) since January 2013.
He received an Honourable Mention for his graduate thesis: “Measure of the effects of osteopathy follow-up on the autonomic nervous system with the Heart Rate Variability” and was quoted as a reference in an innovative book in the field.
Certified Athletic Trainer and Integrative Functional Manual Therapist Lino Cedros received his Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine at California State University, Sacramento in 1984. He has worked in every aspect of the athletic training profession, including with high school, college, professional, and Olympic athletes. In 1991, Lino opened a cash-based private clinic, Kinections Inc., in Sacramento, California.
As a young man in Africa, Max was interested in nature, its interactions, and the complexity of life. Later, in the early 1980s, Max began his studies in physiotherapy, but soon changed his course, due to his passion for anatomy, and became an osteopath.