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Chantal Milot RMT and Associates is pleased to announce that we will be re-opening our doors Monday June 1, 2020 for all in-person treatment and assessment. Vigilant infection control and social distancing will be the new normal for the time being. Below are the measures we will be implementing once we re-open: Frequent and proper [...]

WE BACK!!!2023-05-07T17:03:48-04:00

What is Cranial Osteopathy?

Cranial osteopathy also widely known as craniosacral therapy, is a system of detecting and treating subtle restrictions in any of the body’s tissues, including the skull and sacrum (the large triangular bone at the base of the spine.) Osteopaths use a very light touch to ‘listen’ to the subtle messages communicated by the body, pinpointing [...]

What is Cranial Osteopathy?2023-05-07T18:08:55-04:00

Pins and Needles in Your Hands? Here’s What’s really Going on!

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway on the underside of your wrist, made up of bones and ligaments. The median nerve passes through this passage way into the hand, where it controls the sensation of the thumbs and the first three fingers. The space in this narrow passageway becomes compromised due to scar tissue [...]

Pins and Needles in Your Hands? Here’s What’s really Going on!2023-05-07T18:07:17-04:00

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a form of manual medicine which was founded in the early 1800’s, by an American physician, Dr. A.T Still. At the foundation of Osteopathy is the understanding that the entire body functions as one unit, therefore dysfunction in one area of the body will often have repercussions in other adjacent areas. Dr. Still [...]

What is Osteopathy?2023-05-07T18:03:33-04:00

Osteopathy, a Drugless Solution for Menstrual Dysfunction

It is estimated that more than 50% of women experience some degree of pain with their menses. This ranges from tolerable cramping to excruciating pain requiring the use of over the counter drugs such as Advil, Ibuprofen and Naproxen. Symptoms are often accompanied by headaches, diarrhea/constipation, nausea and fatigue to name a few. The conventional [...]

Osteopathy, a Drugless Solution for Menstrual Dysfunction2018-08-02T00:30:13-04:00

The Deleterious Effects of Sitting on Back Health

You have lately heard that sitting puts more pressure on your spine than standing, and the toll on your back health is even worse if you're sitting hunched in front of a computer. Indeed, the disks in your back are meant to expand and contract as you move, which allows them to absorb blood and [...]

The Deleterious Effects of Sitting on Back Health2017-02-14T18:41:34-05:00

Do You Have Nagging Pain Between Your Shoulders?

It’s quite common to have patients in clinic with a nasty, nagging pain that presents between the spinal column and the medial border of the scapula. There can be several reasons for this, meaning, it could be muscle tightness, muscle weakness, myofascial trigger point build up, nerve entrapments, etc. All these issues are manageable, given [...]

Do You Have Nagging Pain Between Your Shoulders?2017-01-17T02:53:25-05:00

How Massage Therapy May Help Fight Fatigue and Promote Faster Recovery.

It has long been suggested that massage therapy is good for us and that it can reduce our fatigue and increase our energy. While massage does not directly increase energy, it does reduce fatigue and often decreases the symptoms that sap our energy, resulting in our feeling better. Massage therapy has been shown to increase [...]

How Massage Therapy May Help Fight Fatigue and Promote Faster Recovery.2016-05-11T12:25:53-04:00

Do Tight Hip Flexors Correlate With Weak Glutes?

Lower crossed syndrome, as originally described by Vladimir Janda several decades ago, is commonly sited to describe the muscle imbalances observed with anterior pelvic tilt posture. Indeed, Janda described lower crossed syndrome to explain how certain muscle groups in the lumbopelvic area get tight, while the antagonists get weak or inhibited.  Or, as Phil Page [...]

Do Tight Hip Flexors Correlate With Weak Glutes?2023-05-07T18:30:25-04:00

Fat loss

My mother used to say " the road to Hell is often paved with good intentions". Obviously, she meant it in a different context as the one I wish to direct it to, but I believe that the point she was trying to make, much like myself right now, is that often times, we mean [...]

Fat loss2015-06-03T16:38:56-04:00
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