Yvette Bazarin, D.O.M.P
Yvette has over 20 years of healthcare experience including osteopathy, acupuncture, registered massage therapy, personal training, and yoga. She started her fascination with healing the body by attending Waterloo University and York University studying Human Kinetics and Dance, and in 2013, Yvette went on to graduate from the National Academy of Osteopathy.
Osteopathy has a global approach; looking at the body as a unit, instead of treating only symptom areas. The philosophy is that when one part of the body is affected by injury or imbalance, the entire body is also affected.
Yvette’s method is a global-body approach to help the body’s innate ability to heal itself. She believes in using a combined approach to facilitate balanced healing. Osteopathic manual treatment reduces pain and improves circulation and function of the body, by unlocking restrictions, decreasing tensions or strain in the muscle, fascia, joints and organs. The gentle techniques guide and re-educate the body’s neuropathways for proper function. Attention to musculoskeletal, visceral and craniosacral restrictions are the focus within treatments. Patients will receive the tools needed to reduce the reoccurrence of an injury and enable optimum function and health. Manual osteopathy is a drug-less approach to healing the body.
However, Yvette doesn't just use her osteopathy training when working with patients. With such a wide variety of healing modalities under her belt, her treatment style is unique as she allows each patients body to guide her into knowing what would best support their healing. It is through her combination of therapies that patients claim to have the best results in alleviating issues.
Yvette is very excited to bring her knowledge and love of Osteopathy to Owen Sound.