More About Our Osteopaths

Osteopath Rodrigo

Rodrigo Almeida


Rodrigo Almeida is an Osteopath Manual Practitioner, and member of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners. He holds a Masters degree in Osteopathy from and the University College of Osteopathy in the UK, and an undergrad diploma in Physical Education. He is certified in Mat Pilates and holds a BTEC diploma in Sports and Remedial Massage.

Rodrigo draws on a variety of holistic treatment options, such as osteopathic techniques, rehabilitative exercises, massage, and taping to develop personalized treatment plans that restore health, healing, and function. Rodrigo has a passion to teach, guide and support his patients and clients in developing an understanding around injury and rehabilitation, and empowering you with knowledge about the human body with the aim of injury prevention.



Marie-Ange studied osteopathy in the United Kingdom at the University College of Osteopathy and completed her post-graduate studies in France; she is trained in structural, visceral and cranial sacral styles of osteopathy. She moved to Canada in 2015 where she joined the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners. She is fluent in French, English and Spanish.


Emily Stewart is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner with a personal passion for health and well-being. She was drawn to study Osteopathy following completion of her undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics, because it embraces both a holistic and scientific approach to manual therapy. Emily graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy and is a member of the reputable Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN) Association.

Emily’s goal is to ensure that every patient leaves the treatment feeling their best, and so her approach in centred on the individual needs and goals of each patient in that moment. Her treatments are rooted in Osteopathic Principles which recognize that the body is one dynamic unit of function – if there is dysfunction in the structures of the body, it will impact the function. Guided by these principles and a deep understanding of human movement, Emily investigates the root cause of the dysfunction, and by improving alignment and motion of structures helps to facilitate the body’s innate ability to self-heal and self-regulate.