Laura Bally, M.OMSc
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Laura attended the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton after completing her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at York University. She completed this 4 year program and is now doing what she loves.
Laura’s interest in manual therapy started when she was in high school when she found interest in anatomy and how the body works as a whole. She developed a passion for wanting to help people through natural means. This led to her working in a Physiotherapy clinic, where she learned about Osteopathy, preceding to her starting at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy to complete her Masters in Practice of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences. Laura believes Osteopathic Care should be available for everyone. Her Osteopathic approach is gentle and nurturing, she uses a hands-on-approach to build health in her patients through gentle manipulation of the soft tissues.
She believes that the body is capable of healing itself through being in the right environment. Her goal is to help patients live a pain free life, get to the source of why their body’s are not functioning the way it should, and eventually have her patients needing minimal intervention.
She treats in Mississauga and Oakville. In an appointment with her she will spend time getting to know how you use your body, what types of injuries you’ve had, what your body systems work like and the various symptoms you may be feeling. Once this is understood she will then proceed to assess your body’s movement preferences and base treatment on how your individual body presents. Each treatment is catered to YOUR body and how it functions itself.
She keeps her hours flexible so it’s not difficult to get appointments when you need them.