Pemberton • Whistler
Sports Injuries • Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy • Dry Needling • Acupuncture • Visceral Therapy
Warren Hitzig is currently in his forth year of studies at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. Warren’s formal education comes from Vancouver School of Osteopathy in Vancouver, Canada and the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, Canada. In addition, he has evolved through a mentorship at Eric Sanderson’s (D.O.M.P) Biodynamic’s clinic in Toronto. Warren also draws on his applied knowledge in fitness, biomechanics, anatomy and physiology in his practice in manual Osteopathy. He is certified in Cranial Sacral therapy, which was discovered by an Osteopath, Dr. William Sutherland. As well Warren uses a variety of techniques from Strain-Counter-Strain and Muscle Energy techniques and many other manual Osteopathic modalities. He has studied Biology at Concordia University, Orthotics and Prosthetics Technical program at George Brown College and physics at the Shoore Centre for Higher learning.
It is my belief and personal philosophy that each of us has the ability to heal ourselves. I believe that through the practice of osteopathy you are able to conduct your own healing once we facilitate the removal of restrictions and address the route cause of the health issue along with applying my knowledge in fitness and biomechanics. Warren is certified in Cranial Sacral & Strain-Counter-Strain manual techniques and many other Manual Osteopathy Modalities. The systems operate under one function: to maintain balance; homeostasis.
There are four tenants in the philosophy of Osteopathy: 1. The body is a functional unit.
2. The role of the artery is absolute.
3. Structure governs Function.
4. The body’s ability of self-auto regulation and the interrelationship of structure and function.