Sue Baron Osteopath

Osteopathy is a gentle, non-invasive, and effective approach to health care using gentle, tailored manipulations to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal.

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About

In addition to being a professional Manual Osteopathic Practitioner (Diploma of Osteopathy Manual Practitioner), Sue has over thirty years of massage therapy (RMT) as well as being a Certified Nutritionist as well as Certified Iridologist. This enables Sue to identify and address issues that are affecting your health. Also, giving her clients practical advice from nutritional and massage fields, that is extremely effective for pain relief and healing of the body.

Treating clients from Dundas, Hamilton, Ancastor, Burlington, Waterdown, and beyond…

Call or text Sue Today at

289-260-4489

Treating clients from Dundas, Hamilton, Ancaster, Burlington, Waterdown and beyond … Call or text Sue Today at

289 260 4489

What Osteopathy Offers

Osteopathy can provide relief and treatment for a wide range of conditions.

These include:

  • TMJ & Jaw Problems
  • Foot, Ankle, Hip, and Knee pain
  • Back pain, Neck pain, and Sciatica
  • Hand, Shoulder, and Elbow pain
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow
  • Postural problems due to Pregnancy, Sports injury, Driving or Work strain
  • Digestive Disorders
  • Painful Menstruation, and Ovulation, Chronic Pelvic Pain and Bladder Issues
  • Pediatric Issues: colic, sucking difficulty, constipation, ear infections, etc
  • Neuralgia
  • Injuries
  • Adrenal Fatigue
  • Anxiety and Depression

Benefits

Osteopathy can benefit the musculoskeletal framework and other systems including musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, reproduction and nervous.

Osteopathy and Back Pain

Many people approach an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner with back pain, but preventive treatment is also possible.

Today’s increasingly sedentary lifestyle means that the average Canadian spends 10 hours per day sitting. This can lead to poor posture and musculoskeletal problems.

Treatment involves gentle and subtle manipulation, especially of the muscles and soft tissues. The doctor may stretch or massage the muscle.

An Osteopathic Manual Practitioner can help identify problems by pinpointing potential sources of referred pain in good time.

With Sue’s expertise, she draws in knowledge and experience to assist her clients with nutritional and dietary approaches that are difficult to acquire elsewhere. This gives her clients cutting edge resources to further assist their healing.

Testimonials

"I’m a 61 yr old young man. I’ve had Two hip replacements, knees that are close to being replaced, but I don’t want to get my knees done! I dove into a regime with Sue that is straightening my body out, reducing the pain! Allowing me to continue in my physical work that I need to do likely for another ten years! It’s not only the physical relief, but positive energy which helps digestion, thought process ! And mental well being ! Her core energy is incredible. My family members are now seeing her, from my 4 yr old granddaughter, to my 91 yr old mother! She has healing hands!"

"Sue is both highly professional and exceptionally skilled as an osteopathic practitioner. Having been diagnosed with a rare disorder following a spinal fusion has made my search for perfect health care providers. The results I’ve had working with her have always surpassed my expectations. Her excellent experience, intuition, and devotion to her work in healing are just a few of her many positive attributes. “Cookie cutter” treatments are not a part of her repertoire, each treatment is unique to my diseases many challenges. I’m so appreciative for the relief I get following my appointments."

"Sue brings a wealth of knowledge of the human body and alternative health from her diverse background of training as well as her lived experience from her healing journey. Sue’s skilled and gentle touch combined with her compassionate nature and ability to intuitively know what is needed make her a truly gifted healer.
-Leah Fae."

“Sue treated my seven year old son. She is an amazing osteopath. Sue is very patient which helps in working with children. Thanks to her advice it is much easier for my son to fall asleep. ” – Kinga Zak

Are You Covered By My Insurance?

Sue is covered by the majority of insurance companies by the National Manuel Osteopathic Society. Check with your provider for the specifics of your plan

What Is Your Cancellation Policy?

Appointment changes and cancellations are requested at least 48 hours in advance. Cancellations received after 24 hours notice will be charged in full for the session. Charges will be equivalent to the treatment amount.Sue is covered by the majority of insurance companies by the National Manuel Osteopathic Society. Check with your provider for the specifics of your plan

What Should I Wear?

Please wear loose comfortable clothing like yoga pants/ shorts and T-shirt.

What Are The Benefits Of The Treatment?

Osteopathy can benefit the musculoskeletal framework and other systems including musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, reproduction and nervous.

Contact Sue.

Email Sue

baronosteopathy@gmail.com

Call Us

(289) 260 4489