Good Health Osteopathy is committed to your best health.
Take charge of your well-being and reap the benefits of Osteopathy for you and your family today!
In the recent lockdowns, Osteopathic Practitioners have been forced to shut down due to the ambiguity of whether Osteopathy is an essential service to its patients. We need your help to assist us in framing our profession as an important part of one’s healthcare and wellness. Our patients know how vital their treatments are to their body’s health, let’s make sure the government knows too!
Below, you’ll find a survey that will be used to show our legislature how many patients rely on Osteopathic care for their health in Ontario. Please take a few minutes to help us make a positive change. Thank you!
Welcome to Good Health Osteopathy!
About Good Health Osteopathy
“Good Health Osteopathy is committed to giving each patient the highest quality of care in a warm, comfortable setting which is sure to please your inner health bud. At Good Health Osteopathy, our mission is to help alleviate pain in the most natural, safe and effective way.”
“Osteopathy is much more than a set of memorized techniques, it is a philosophy based on fundamental laws that govern the anatomy and physiology of the body.”
Baljeet has almost 10 years of experience in the manual therapy field. Bringing positivity to her patients, genuinely caring for their well-being and providing a safe and comfortable treatment setting are some of the things she considers humble opportunities.
About Bolton Office
Good Health Osteopathy is located in the town of Bolton, Ontario. Surrounded by history and wonderful residents, it has been home to Baljeet’s Osteopathic practice since 2015.
Classical Osteopathy is defined as a holistic, traditional, and drug-free manual medicine. Founded in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, it is widely considered as the first form of scientific-based manual therapy. Osteopathic treatments are gentle, hands-on and effective in treating many symptoms the body may be experiencing.
Osteopathic application is guided by palpation skills and Osteopathic assessment of joints, muscles, etc. The goal of the practitioner is to determine the underlying cause(s) of symptoms and to assist in restoring the natural healing capabilities of the body.
Osteopathic practitioners are trained to use their knowledge and understanding of anatomy and physiology. They are looking for the cause of your pain, rather than chasing the pain. The treatments are not time-based, they are based on what your body’s needs are at that time.
The aim is to strive for the most amount of balance in all areas of our lives. It doesn’t have to be perfect, but we do need to consider the big picture surrounding good health. Good health encompasses a healthy way of life; whether it is physical, emotional, spiritual, social, environmental, financial, nutritional, etc. All these aspects are an integral part of our human functionality, thus we cannot depend solely on “fixing” one of these and forgetting about the rest.