Pascal Grolaux, from  Belgium, is a senior osteopathic practitioner. He studied osteopathic medicine for 9 (full-time programs) and gained two degrees in Osteopathy and a doctorate thesis done in the dpt of neurosurgery at the university hospital (CHUV) in Lausanne, Switzerland. He is a pioneer in evidence-based osteopathy and still do research in the field of neuroscience (bioelectronic medicine).

 

Pascal is a family osteopathic practitioner. His approach to treatment is very motivated and structured, showing particular strength in the field of clinical studies and neuroscience.

 

He does research in applied neurology and in non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation and use this new revolutionary treatment, when appropriate. Vagus nerve stimulation is FDA and CE approved that belongs to the the field of bioelectronic medicine that showed very good results in the treatment of autoimmune diseases.

 

Pascal is Fluent in French and English
 

He is currently member of the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths, the Institute of Osteopathy (UK), the Institute of Classical Osteopathy (UK), the College of Osteopaths (UK) and honorary listed at the Canadian Institute of Classical Osteopathy (Ontario).

 

European Red Cross, First Aid/Heart Saver CPR-Infant CPR certified

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He gained 23 years of clinical experience in osteopathy, and practised in several countries, Switzerland, Belgium, UAE, and France before he started practising in Canada since 2016.

His skills and clinical experience gives him the ability to treat patient of all age groups, including the new-born, paediatric and adult, sportsmen and elderly as well as those with special needs.

He teaches post graduated osteopaths pratitioners in Canada and in Europe. He also participates in international symposium and congresses as lecturer in the field of neuroscience, specifically in neuro-endocrino-immunology, heart rate variability and applied osteopathy

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