Ostéopathie Rosemont Montréal

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a manual medicine, a complete system composed of its own methods of diagnostics and treatment: it treats a large variety of ailments. Physical and psychological problems affect the whole body. Discover the Osteopathy + Angus Clinic in Rosemont.

Charlotte Catelain Ostéopathe Rosemont

Charlotte Catelain, Osteopath DO

• Graduated from the École d’ostéopathie de Paris, France (accredited school, 5-year program).
• Thesis: Prise en charge ostéopathique des inégalités de longueurs des membres inférieurs chez le cavalier. [Osteopathic treatment of leg length discrepancy among jockeys]
• Treatment of joint and muscle pain.
• Treatment of severe and chronic pain.
• Migraines, headaches and digestive problems.

Charlotte practised in Normandy, France, before joining the team at Spa Escale Santé. She treats all types of patients, from young children to the elderly, active or not, using musculoskeletal, visceral and cranial techniques to relieve pain. Her dynamic personality and attentiveness, paired with her extensive skill set, allow her to meet her patients’ various needs and expectations.

Guillaume Ducci, ostéopathe - Ostéopathe à Rosemont Montréal

Guillaume Ducci , ostheopath

• Graduate of the Osteopathic College of Provence Aix-Marseille, in France (approved school, 5-year training)
• Writing of an end-of-study dissertation on Osteopathic Work on axillary and palmar hyperhidrosis using an orthosympathetic inhibition technique.
• Post-grad training on the care of infants, athletes and the mechanism of pain.
• Care for infants, pregnant women, athletes, adults and the elderly.
• Use of articular, muscular, visceral and cranial techniques.

Guillaume graduated in 2018, he practiced for 2 years in France in an Osteopathic permanence before leaving for French Guiana to practice there for a few months.
He is now part of the Osteopathic team at Spa Escale Santé.
His practice is global and adapted to the patient based on a thorough anamnesis.
Attentive and involved he will know how to make your osteopathic experience pleasant and up to your expectations.

Cannelle Quintin, ostéopathe - Ostéopathe à Rosemont Montréal

Cannelle Quintin, osteopath

• Graduated in June 2022 from IdHEO Nantes, France (accredited school, 5 years training).
• Writing of a thesis: Descriptive epidemiological study of the characteristics of patients coming to the Osteopathic Consultation Center of IdHEO Nantes, according to their reason for consultation.
• Postgraduate training in pediatric osteopathy: “from infancy to adolescence”.
• Treatment of infants, pregnant women, adults and the elderly.

Cannelle practiced in France with two medical practices and in a team with speech therapist, naturopath and psychologist focusing mainly on early childhood before joining the Escale Santé Spa clinic. Her care with various techniques (visceral, cranial, musculoskeletal) and her active listening allows her to adapt to the profile of each patient and their ailments. Prevention, support and osteopathic care are the key words of his consultations.

Ophélie Hillmeyer, DO Osteopath

• Degree from Strasbourg School of Osteopathy, COS Europe (Accredited school, 5-year program).
• Completion of a thesis on the osteopathic management of migraines with and without aura.
• Specializes in treating infants, pregnant women, adults, athletes, and the elderly.
• Addresses both acute and chronic pain conditions.
• Proficient in musculoskeletal, visceral, cranial, and tissue techniques.

Ophélie graduated in 2022 in Strasbourg, France. She has worked in two practices in Alsace, collaborating with a speech therapist, a podiatrist, and a dentist for multidisciplinary care.
She takes a holistic and postural approach to the body, tailoring her treatment to each patient, from infants to the elderly.
With a gentle and empathetic demeanor, she employs a combination of techniques in osteopathy to address the patient’s various ailments.

Ostéopathie à Rosemont - Clinique Ostéopathie à Rosemont - Pourquoi consulter un osteopathe

Why consult an osteopath?

Osteopathy is an approach to health and well-being that aims to identify and treat dysfunctions of the body. The reasons for consulting an osteopath can vary. Here are some common examples:

Musculoskeletal pain: Back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, hip pain, knee pain, and other musculoskeletal problems are frequent reasons for consulting an osteopath. They may use manual techniques to relieve muscle tension, realign joints, and improve mobility.

Headaches and migraines: Headaches and migraines can be caused by muscle tension, postural imbalances, or restricted blood circulation. An osteopath can work on these factors using specific techniques.

Digestive disorders: Certain digestive disorders such as bloating, constipation, acid reflux, or irritable bowel syndrome may be related to musculoskeletal dysfunctions or tensions in the digestive system.

Respiratory disorders: Osteopathy can be beneficial for people suffering from respiratory problems such as asthma, allergies, or sinusitis. The techniques used can help release restrictions in the airways, improve circulation, and promote better functioning of the respiratory system.

Stress management and relaxation: Osteopathy can also be used to promote relaxation and relieve stress. Gentle manipulation techniques can help calm the nervous system, release tension, and improve circulation, contributing to an overall sense of well-being.

Ostéopathie à Rosemont - Clinique Ostéopathie à Rosemont - déroulement d une seance d'ostéopathie

How does an osteopathy session take place?

Step 1: Questionnaire
During the initial meeting, the osteopath will open your file with a detailed questionnaire regarding your medical history, current symptoms, lifestyle habits, and specific concerns. This allows the osteopath to better understand your situation and target areas to assess during the physical examination.

Step 2: Physical assessment
The osteopath will then perform a comprehensive physical examination. This may include mobility tests, postural assessments, palpation tests, and other specific techniques to evaluate the structure, movement, and function of your body. The goal is to identify imbalances, movement restrictions, and areas of tension.

Step 3: Diagnosis
Based on the information gathered from the questionnaire and physical assessment, the osteopath will establish a diagnosis. This involves understanding the relationships between different parts of the body, identifying underlying causes of symptoms, and determining treatment goals.

Step 4: Treatment
Once the diagnosis is established, the osteopath will use specific manual techniques to address the identified dysfunctions. The techniques employed may vary based on the individual needs of the patient and the osteopath’s approach. This may include joint manipulations, muscle stretches, and gentle mobilization techniques, among otherCharlotte practised in Normandy, France, before joining the team at Spa Escale Santé. She treats all types of patients, from young children to the elderly, active or not, using musculoskeletal, visceral and cranial techniques to relieve pain. Her dynamic personality and attentiveness, paired with her extensive skill set, allow her to meet her patients’ various needs and expectations.

What our clients think of us

“My body was at the end of its rope: I turn to osteopathy, meet with my osteopath, and, after only a few sessions, I’m on the road to recovery. Thanks to his professionalism, his advice, his listening, his warm welcome … I am back on my feet. So thank you.”


“Listening to the body, above and beyond just where it hurts…like an army of mini-soldiers who continue to work for my well-being even after the treatment.”


« J’ai adoré mon expérience d’ostéopathie. »

Nuray S.

“Right from the very first session, I was impressed by the quick results and long-lasting improvement. My osteopath plays an important role in my well-being.”


“Excellent service d’ostéopathie. Les intervenants sont très qualifiés. “

Vicky D.

“A very good clinic, always greeted with a smile, kind and attentive professionals who are reassuring and who know what they are doing. Every time I’ve visited, I’ve left pain free, with personalised advice on what exercises to do at home. The best place I’ve tried, and that’s not about to change.”


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