Therapists

Davis Bricker

NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

EducationAdv. R.M.T., D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O
– Graduated from Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy (Winnipeg, Manitoba) in 2007
– Graduated from Canadian College of Osteopathy (Toronto, Ontario) in 2017
– Thesis completed: The Effect of Osteopathic Treatment on High Ankle Sprains with the Canadian College of Osteopathy (2017)

Post Graduate Education
– Fascial Chains Stretching
– Manual Lymph Drainage
– Sports Massage
– Visceral Manipulation for Massage Therapists
– Endo-cranial Spasms (Level 1 & 2 completed)
– Mental Health First Aid

Associations
– National Health Practitioners of Canada
– Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners
– Manitoba Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners

Interests
Davis enjoys both playing and watching hockey, along with spending time with his family and friends. He believes continuing education is important to further his skills and knowledge in the profession. Davis will be focusing his post graduate studies on the cranium and brain in relation to concussions.

Caroline Bricker (Feasby)

NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

EducationAdv. R.M.T., Student of Osteopathy (Thesis Writer)
– Graduated from Massage Therapy College of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Manitoba) in 2010

Post Graduate Education
– Manual Lymph Drainage
– Visceral Manipulation for Massage Therapists
– Completed the five years of courses with the Canadian College of Osteopathy (Winnipeg, Manitoba/ Toronto, Ontario) and is currently writing her thesis
– Osteopathy and Obstetrics
– Mental Health First Aid
– Prenatal Education

Associations
– National Health Practitioners of Canada (Massage Therapy)
– Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners (Student Member – can NOT bill as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner)

Interests
Caroline has been involved in competitive ringette for her entire life, playing the National Ringette League, coaching AA and instructing for many years. Because of her background in coaching she is now very passionate about her patients being educated about their body and being involved in their own recovery. Caroline has a special interest in her patients for pre/post natal, obstetrics, fertility and menopause and works closely with other professionals in that field to help patients reach their goals. The majority of her post graduate education will be focused in the women’s health field. Her thesis topic is for patients suffering with Generalized Anxiety Disorder which will begin spring/ summer 2019.