Elizabeth is an osteopathic manual practitioner student pleased to welcome new patients into her Calgary practice.

Manual Osteopathy is a personalized, safe and effective therapy for all ages and a wide variety of health problems. Elizabeth’s commitment is to empathy, integrity and providing compassionate care.



Elizabeth is an Osteopathic Manual Therapy Student with an extensive background is basic science and clinical medical research.

Following her BSc Honours in Microbiology and Immunology at Dalhousie University, Elizabeth moved to Calgary to complete a Master’s degree in Gastrointestinal Sciences at the University of Calgary.

Elizabeth has always been drawn to the study of the human body with a keen interest in understanding all of its biological mechanisms from the cellular level, up to the dynamic overall state of health.

This passion has led her to pursue studies in osteopathy, a holistic practice focused on addressing the root causes of dysfunction and facilitating the body’s innate ability to self-regulate. She is in her 4th year of the 5-year program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto.

Now proud to call Calgary home, Elizabeth keeps busy with her husband, Rob, and their loveable Labrador, Chase. She works with several professional athletes in the city and is most often found in the mountains skiing, hiking or running, while also supporting Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.



Initial consultations generally
last 1.5 hours in length
while follow-up
visits are
60 minutes.
Each initial consultation begins
by taking a thorough medical
history covering past and
current health
A variety of assessments are completed including observation of posture, movements, orthopedic testing as well as an examination of specific joints and tissues.
You are welcome
to have others
with you during
Step-by-step, Elizabeth will explain what is being done and what she hopes to achieve.
Open dialogue and questions are always encouraged.
Elizabeth’s goal is to help you understand and gain insight into the workings of your body, to empower you, and optimize management of your health.


What is Manual Osteopathy?

Osteopathic Manual Therapy is a distinct branch of medicine that uses non-invasive techniques to address the entire body, with the goal of supporting wellbeing and overall health.

Osteopathy was founded by Andrew Taylor Still who established the first Osteopathic College in 1892 in Kirksville Missouri. Still’s core concepts of Osteopathy proposed that:

The body functions as a whole, integrated unit- when one system is in dysfunction, it can affect the rest of the unit.

Structure and function are interrelated- one affects the other.

Proper circulation and movement of fluids is essential to health.

Get in Touch

Calgary West Osteopathic Wellness Centre, 2640 24th St. SW, Calgary, AB T2T 5H9




*Disclaimer: Manual Osteopathy does not diagnose medical conditions. It can however, work with your other healthcare providers and GP to optimize your treatment and care plans.

Please note that with an osteopathic manual practitioner student, appointments may not be covered by group insurance plans. Please inquire as to whether your health plans may cover these services.


Request a time and day to come see me by filling out the form below. Someone from the clinic looks contact you to confirm your appointment within one business day.

* Evening and weekend appointments available *