Lee Jarvis M.OMSc, RPN Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Lee Jarvis was introduced to the practice of Osteopathic Manual Therapy in his teenage years and has been in love with its theory and practice ever since.
As a stepping stone to becoming an Osteopathic Manual Therapist Lee enrolled in, and graduated from the McMaster/Mohawk Registered Practical Nursing Program 2008. During his career as a nurse (much of which happened concurrently with his education in Osteopathy) Lee worked for the Hamilton Health Sciences Hospitals. Initially Lee worked in many different departments/fields of Nursing with the latter half of his career in acute stroke care at the Hamilton General Hospital.
Lee graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy 2013 and was immediately taken on staff as a teacher. Lee has taught Anatomy, Physiology, Hands-on Practice and Development, and currently teaches Osteopathic Physiology. During all this time teaching Lee has run a very busy and enjoyable practice seeing many people with many different conditions.
In his spare time (though there is little of it) Lee writes and illustrates about Anatomy and Physiology through social media (@simplelinesanatomy on Instagram). As well Lee has created the anatomy quiz app Simple Lines Anatomy for students of anatomy across the globe (on iTunes and Android).
Karim is a graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, with experience in martial arts, strength training, and movement. Through understanding of the mechanical principles that govern the body, treatment is applied to restore motion and remove stagnation, to restore vitality and aid the body's own recovery capacity. He enjoys the study and continued practice of applied anatomy and bio-mechanics through Osteopathy and hopes to help others perform better and enjoy their bodily health.
Andrew Petriczko M.OMSc Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Andrew is graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, with a Masters Diploma in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences. Prior to his osteopathic journey, Andrew graduated McMaster University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, earning a spot on the Dean's Honours List.
Throughout his undergraduate experience, Andrew developed a background in anatomy, physiology, nutrition, strength training, biomechanics, and psychology. His experience working in various different clinics led him to Osteopathy, an all-encompassing approach to treating the human body.
Andrew's passion to work with the human body stems from his lifelong interest in playing sports and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Being an athlete himself, Andrew saw the power of Osteopathy through its preventative and rehabilitative capabilities.
Andrew has devoted his energy to the classical science of Osteopathy, and is excited to service the Oakville and Burlington community.
Brendon Talbot is a graduate from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, where he earned his Master of Practice Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Sciences (M.OMSc). During his 4 years in the program, Brendon completed more than 4200 hours of supervised education, and 1000 hours of supervised practical training in the student clinic; making him a certified Osteopathic Manual Practitioner in Ontario, and a professional member of the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA). Prior to his osteopathic journey, Brendon completed his Bachelor of Human Kinetics in Kinesiology specializing in Movement Science at the University of Windsor. Brendon’s appreciation of collective mechanics stems from his many years as an elite athlete. He expresses undeniable passion and interest for his understanding of the human body. Motivated by the body’s innate ability to self heal and self regulate, Brendon prides himself on providing the highest quality of Osteopathic care. Brendon always works with his best efforts, to ensure the patient receives the best possible treatment each session, while working safely within the scope of Osteopathy. Understanding human anatomy and physiology in a collective manner helps Brendon provide a personalized treatment for every patient. Treatment outcome aims to reduce symptom expression, improve overall quality of life, speed the restoration of normal function and reduce the impact of illness on home and work life. “I love to educate patients and encourage a healthy lifestyle to further optimize and improve the patients quality of life.” Brendon is currently working at the Oakville location and is accepting new patients. Call today to book an appointment.
Working at Still Dynamics as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner allows Ian to work with patient needs in order to help them get back to their daily routines and activities that they enjoy doing. It is important for Ian to seek out the 'how' and 'why' of his patient's conditions.
Having been in the health care profession for over 18 years, Ian is in his element when it comes to patient care. Prior to his career in Osteopathy, he graduated from Sutherland Chan with a degree in Massage Therapy. Ian's diverse experience resulting in patient well-being has driven his passion to broaden his knowledge of anatomy and understanding how the body functions and operates. For this reason alone is what pushed him to further his studies at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. Upon completion of his studies, Ian returned to join the faculty to help educate and further his professional development. Ian is very committed to being an integral part of his patients care and well-being.