How We Can Help You

Life Therapies is a multidisciplinary health clinic which provides intuitive therapeutic approaches to treating pain, increasing physical performance and dealing with stress. Every individual is different and therefore requires unique approaches to therapy.  At Life Therapies we offer a combination of therapeutic services that look at the body as a whole, understanding how it is interconnected. Our approach will help balance the body and enhance your life.

At our clinic in Ottawa, we offer a wide variety of natural and traditional healthcare services, including:


The primary foundation of osteopathic treatment is to promote whole health as an individual—connecting mind, body, and spirit.

More than a treatment, it's a philosophy

Osteopathic treatment addresses the individual as a whole by integrating the mind, body, and spirit to help you feel better.
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Healthcare professionals with an advanced understanding of how the body moves.

Helping you live

We are skilled in assessing and treating physical problems caused by illness, disease, sports injuries, aging, and long periods of inactivity.
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Why Choose Us

  • We specialize in a variety of traditional holistic healing practices
  • Our staff hold decades of combined experience
  • Each and every treatment session with our therapists is one-on-one
  • Our private rooms offer a peaceful and tranquil setting in a professional and scent-free environment
  • Everyone at Life Therapies is dedicated to making pain-free living a reality in your life!

Did You Know…

The word Osteopath comes from the Greek word “osteo” meaning “structure. It was developed as a philosophy in 1874 by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still.”
Yoga is defined as having eight branches or limbs. The third limb, “Asana”, refers to the postures and poses most people think of when they hear the word “yoga”.
Kinesiology stems from chiropractics and applied kinesiology. It is also based on the ancient Chinese acupuncture theory of chi energy.
Early physicians like Hippocrates and Galenus are believed to have been among the first practitioners of physical therapy, advocating massage, manual therapy techniques and hydrotherapy to treat people around 460 BC.
Massage therapy can help to partially restore mobility to the elderly afflicted with Parkinson’s disease and arthritis, and can also reduce levels of anxiety, depression, and the effects of loneliness.