Osteopathic Manual Practitioner
Melody Kacsoh received her Masters in Osteopathic Manual Sciences upon graduating from the world-renowned Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. Her final thesis work focused specifically on osteopathic approaches to treating patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD, or chronic bronchitis and emphysema) but more broadly encompasses osteopathic hermeneutics of systemic inflammatory pathologies, in general. Melody’s passion is to work with people to discover an individualized and holistic approach to the natural renewal of the human body and mind, and is dedicated to assisting those on their personal road to restorative health.Having spent many years in a previous career studying and applying the principles of good nutrition, her clinical perspective is shaped by a broader philosophy that integrates all aspects of health. She remains committed to lifelong education and endeavours to be a leading voice for her discipline, while staying grounded in reality by the joy of managing a family and raising two young daughters.