Aquatic Osteopathy

Human Engineering


The principles are exactly the same as in osteopathy, but instead of lying on a table, you will be floating in a pool heated to 95 ° F. The hot water allows better tissue relaxation and therefore allows the osteopath to be precise and effective more quickly thanks to gentle techniques. On the other hand, hot water has an analgesic effect on the body, which makes aquatic osteopathy a very effective tool in the treatment of chronic pain because hot water helps break the vicious cycle of pain. Finally, hot water is a secure and enveloping environment, which invites you to let go, which facilitates the course of the treatment in osteopathy.

With more than 20 years of experience in the medical world as a Bachelor Nurse in intensive care and resuscitation in different countries (Canada, France, Guyana, Tahiti, Reunion), Gwénaël began his studies in osteopathy in 2008, at the Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal where he graduated (DO) in the spring of 2016.
He had a private practice in Montreal and now in Mont Tremblant where he settled in the spring of 2019.
Gwénaël never ceases to improve himself by seeking various tools to help his clients.

He practices so-called traditional osteopathy, as well as aquatic osteopathy as a complementary approach.

He is a member of the Ordre des Infirmiers et Infirmières du Québec (OIIQ) and a member of the Association Professionnelle Ostéopathie Québec.

Please contact Gwen directly for a session:  438-820-1973