France Badaire received her Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice in 2018, when she also won the Andrew Taylor Still Award for the most representative thesis for the advancement of osteopathy in the field of philosophical and sociological research, from the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques.
Prior to 2018, she completed her diploma of Occupational Therapy, in France in 2000, and graduated with honours from the Canadian College of Massage Therapy and Hydrotherapy in 2014, in Canada.
France personalizes treatments for each one of her clients. While always addressing primary complaints, her approach is global, includes a systematic review of all aspects of health and aims at finding the root cause of ailments.
Empowering each person plays an active part in their recovery, and their health; France emphasizes on good communication at all time during treatment and believes in a multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary approach to health. Along with manual therapy, France may suggest ergonomic or postural changes, and incorporate remedial exercises if appropriate.
France est heureuse de pouvoir servir ses patients francophones en français.
Professional Licensing Associations:
Nova Scotia Association of Osteopath NSAO
Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners OAO
Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia MTANS
Post Graduate Education:
Clinical approaches to the assessment and treatment for Persistent Concussion Symptoms - L. Leslie, DOMP
Biodynamic and Biokinetic Osteopathy - René Briend, DO - Course 1, 2, 6
Evaluation and treatment of motor and postural disorders in babies, children and adolescents - A. Bouchard, DO
Paediatric Osteopathy in the ease - S. Bourgeois, DOMP
Richard H. Still's Seated Facet Release - Dr K. Steele, DO