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Osteopathy is a structural science of our body's ability to move and the anatomical relationships within.  It is recognized as one of the safest non-invasive, drug-free, hands-on therapies available for the treatment of musculoskeletal dysfunctions.

A biomechanical assessment is done holistically to find the root causes of an issue; including posture, range of motion, and palpation.  It provides a functional diagnosis of how the body has adapted and compensated for injuries and strain over time.  Corrective treatment is done through several techniques that will stretch and strengthen muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia and visceral tissue.  This unwinds tensional strain, removes obstruction of fluid flow and replenishes tissue health.  The overall goal is to promote self-healing and self-regulating, re-align the body and improve function.

Who does it Benefit?

Adult (13 years +)

Anyone who has had any type of surgery, head injury, whiplash or fall

Repetitive strain from work or sporting activity

Treatment for concussions, migraines, vertigo

Gastro-intestinal dysfunction

TMJ dysfunction

menstrual cramps, C-Section Scar Treatment

sciatica or low back pain

post-natal drip or sinus congestion


Pediatric (1-12 years of age)

During this critical time of development,

children can especially benefit from osteopathy to promote healthy child development.  Any type of injury, surgery or trauma (major or minor) effects their tissues and can have long-term implications into adulthood. 


Common reasons to bring your child in for osteopathic care include: 

any head injury minor or major, any sport related injury, shin splints, lung conditions, leg length discrepancy, growing pains, functional scoliosis, flat feet and any type of pain noted by your child.

Infancy (0 to 1 years of age)

In order for babies to grow and develop optimally their tissues need to be free from restriction. 

Their tissues require a healthy blood supply and optimal nerve firing to balance the nervous system.  The soft tissue technical approach to infant manual therapy is gentle, subtle and always within the comfort of your child's tolerances.


Common reasons to bring your infant in for osteopathic care include: 

neck tension/flat spot on head

reflux, fussy/difficult to soothe baby

sinus congestion

inability to latch comfortably at breast or bottle

delayed at reaching motor milestones

unwillingness and protest in certain positions

early rolling

digestive and elimination issues

chronic ear infections

hip dysplasia

breeched births

difficult laboring

cerebral palsy


Vishal Khare R.Kin., D.O.M.P., D.Sc.O

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Manual Osteopathic Practitioner London Ontario

Vishal Khare, has been serving the Canadian Healthcare industry for the past 10 years. He is a Registered Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and also holds the title of a Registered Kinesiologist.



  • Diploma in Orthotics and Prosthetics from George Brown College in 2011

  • Bachelor of Sciences with Honours in Kinesiology from York university in 2015

  • Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice in 2021 from Canadian College of Osteopathy

  • Thesis was on “The Effects of Global Osteopathic Treatments on Dizziness in Patients with Whiplash” in 2021 

  • Vishal holds an extensive background in Orthopedics, Kinesiology, Exercise Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Fascial Stretching, Functional Nutrition and Mental Health 


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In his treatments, he focuses on treating the root cause rather than the symptoms to improve the patient’s quality of life and get them living pain free.


  • soft tissue manipulation for joint pain relief

  • osteopathic articular technique to reduce muscle spasms, assist in joint mobility to help reduce pain

  • cranial osteopathy for restoring balance and optimal neuro-vascular flow surrounding the Central Nervous System (helpful for treatment of concussions, migraines, TMJ, vertigo and whiplash)

  • visceral manipulation (helpful for treating gastro-intestinal pain, low back pain, and other musculoskeletal pain)

  • fascial mobilizations to improve mobility and function when moving and exercising

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