Brooke Buckland

D.O.M.P, B.A (KIN/ Indig. Studies)

A former Canadian National Swim Team member, Brooke is now a practicing Osteopath manual practitioner. Brooke was inspired to pursue a career in Osteopathy after years spent struggling with a lower back and shoulder injury during her swimming career. Brooke studied at McMaster University for her undergraduate degree, during which time she was a member of the Varsity Swim Team, it was there she received life changing treatment for her sports injuries from an osteopathic practitioner at the on campus sports injury clinic.

It has since been Brooke’s mission to use her personal experience as the highest motivation to help individuals who share the same struggles on their road to recovery. A recent graduate of National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto, Brooke’s philosophy and hope for all her patients is to help them move toward self-directed healing and independence, it is her goal to help educate her patients so that they no longer feel as though their injury/dysfunction dictates the quality their lives.

Brooke believes that the human body is truly an awesome creation. As such she is committed to life long learning and the constant expansion of knowledge. She will continually be enrolling in continuing education units and workshops to ensure constant growth and understanding as a practitioner.

In her spare time, Brooke enjoys listening to music, being active outdoors, and spending quality time with her partner and two children.