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Andrea Ruales, M. OMSc
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Andrea Ruales

With a thriving passion for anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics of the body, Andrea has earned her Master in Practice of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences (M. OMSc) from the CAO. She is also a proud member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA), Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN) and holds the highest standards of manual practice.

The 4.5-year program involved rigorous academic and clinical training which focused on the body's integrity, and natural ability to self-heal and self-regulate. The distinct training Andrea received to become an Osteopathic Practitioner allows her to tailor each manual treatment in the search for the CAUSE of dysfunction rather than chasing the symptoms. 

Prior to her journey into Osteopathy, Andrea was in Advertising and Graphic Design for ~10-years, where she expanded her path to different areas within the creative industry. It was in 2015 when she first ran into Osteopathy by "accident" and she experienced the benefits of Osteopathic therapy first hand. It wasn't much longer after that when she decided to take a leap of faith to pursue Osteopathy and be able to render the same type of care and body education for others in need. 

Her creativity, management and problem solving has helped her develop a passionate eye for human anatomy and it's physiological processes. Andrea is now looking forward to being a facilitator of health, as Nature does the rest. 

Osteopathy treats the whole body as one part does not belong without the other. Some conditions this therapy can help, but is not limited to, are: headaches, whiplash, neck and shoulder pain, elbow, wrist and hand pain, lower back, hip, and knee pain, sport injuries, joint pain and stiffness.

 

Andrea Ruales, M. OMSc
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Andrea Ruales

With a thriving passion for anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics of the body, Andrea has earned her Master in Practice of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences (M. OMSc) from the CAO. She is also a proud member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA), Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN) and holds the highest standards of manual practice.

The 4.5-year program involved rigorous academic and clinical training which focused on the body's integrity, and natural ability to self-heal and self-regulate. The distinct training Andrea received to become an Osteopathic Practitioner allows her to tailor each manual treatment in the search for the CAUSE of dysfunction rather than chasing the symptoms. 

Prior to her journey into Osteopathy, Andrea was in Advertising and Graphic Design for ~10-years, where she expanded her path to different areas within the creative industry. It was in 2015 when she first ran into Osteopathy by "accident" and she experienced the benefits of Osteopathic therapy first hand. It wasn't much longer after that when she decided to take a leap of faith to pursue Osteopathy and be able to render the same type of care and body education for others in need. 

Her creativity, management and problem solving has helped her develop a passionate eye for human anatomy and it's physiological processes. Andrea is now looking forward to being a facilitator of health, as Nature does the rest. 

Osteopathy treats the whole body as one part does not belong without the other. Some conditions this therapy can help, but is not limited to, are: headaches, whiplash, neck and shoulder pain, elbow, wrist and hand pain, lower back, hip, and knee pain, sport injuries, joint pain and stiffness.