I am a 46 year old cost accountant. I had suffered 3 different accidents in the last 3 years, and all of them affected my lower back, shoulders and neck. After the first and second one, I used to go to physiotherapy three times a week for several months with very poor results. When the third accident happened , I decided to try an unconventional treatment.

A friend of mine explained to me how Osteopathy works, and recommended me to Atily Gunaratne. After my first appointment I started to believe that I could get good results. He spent one hour and explained to me exactly what my problems were. Furthermore he gave me the approximate number of sessions I needed. I felt that I was in professional and considerate hands.

The experience was amazing. The treatment was non-invasive. He explained every thing before he did it. My lower back, neck and shoulder really improved. Furthermore, my energy started to flow again. Now I feel more connected , and my body, mind and soul work together. I strongly recommend this Osteopathic treatment for every one who wants to improve their health.

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About Osteopathy

Had his initial medical training in Sri-Lanka. Subsequently he moved to Europe where he worked as a physiotherapist for many years. While in Europe, he was introduced to osteopathic techniques from Dr. Davidson who was a Harley Street orthopedic surgeon. Upon arrival in Canada, he continued his education at the University of Toronto while working as a physiotherapist. His vast experience includes rehabilitation, sports medicine, and oncology. He continued on to study at the Canadian College of Osteopathy obtaining a doctorate in osteopathic manual practice. He continues to attend local, national and international courses in osteopathy. His area of practice is female health, infertility and postpartum health. Offices held; the vice president of the OAO (Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners), treasurer of the CFO (Canadian Federation of Osteopaths) and a member of both AAO (American Academy of Osteopathy) and WOHO (World Osteopathic Health Organization).