Brittney Perkins, M.OMSc
"For me, Osteopathy has been the bridge that helps link the presenting symptomology with the root source of dysfunction. Following its principles, we can work to get your body functioning harmoniously as a whole and better facilitate the health that already exists within you. "
Brittney is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and a member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association. She completed her Masters in Practice diploma of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences (M.OMSc) at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy and has also obtained a Bachelors of Science degree in Human Kinetics from St. Francis Xavier University.
After being introduced to Osteopathy, Brittney fell in love with its principles and believes wholeheartedly in the ability of the body to self-heal and self-regulate, and that the entire body works together collectively as one unit.
Brittney’s approach to treatment follows these fundamental osteopathic principles, where she aims to gently realign the structural framework of the human body and remove any soft tissue or mechanical obstructions that impede these natural self-healing and self-regulating processes.
Brittney developed her passion for both the human body and sport growing up in the local area of North Gower and played Varsity Hockey at St. Francis Xavier University, where she was named an Academic All-Canadian in 2012 and was also a National Silver and Bronze Medalist. Brittney continues to play competitive Ball Hockey where she has won multiple National medals as part of the CBHA.
When she is not working, Brittney loves to spend her time travelling, hiking and connecting with nature.