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Treatment with Hillary:                  50 Minutes, $115.00 + hst -Adults & Children


Hillary Nette, RMT, Osteopath (D.O.M.P) views the individual as an interconnected unit and works to restore balance in the 'whole' person . After beginning with interview and assessment to build a picture of your state of health and specific needs, the treatment will involve hands-on techniques to relieve tissue strain and restriction and restore function. Hillary incorporates mechanical, visceral, and cranial approaches, always maintaining awareness on both physical and emotional wellbeing as well as giving home-care recommendations to enhance effectiveness of treatment. (see 'more information' in SERVICES for specific info on techniques)


BIO - RMT, D.O.M.P is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and the Canadian College of Osteopathy (College d'Etudes Osteopathique). Her graduating thesis was titled The Effects of Osteopathic Treatment on Quality of Life in Palliative Care Patients.​

Hillary's treatment approach draws from her osteopathy training as well as her background in massage therapy and decades of yoga studies and teaching.  She takes an osteopathic approach viewing the individual as an interconnected unit. She has a deep belief in the body's innate wellness and healing potential, and focuses her work on encouraging and supporting this process. With gentle, listening hands, she approaches each patient as an individual with unique needs. Hillary has worked for years as a birth doula and is a mother herself. She loves treating all ages and all stages of life: pregnancy, babies, children, adults, and the elderly.

Hillary grew up in the Annapolis Valley and is excited to have returned in 2017 with her partner and children after living and working in Halifax since 2003.  She spent her last five years in Halifax mentoring under osteopaths Shawn Selfridge and Angie Singer. She feels much gratitude for this time of rich learning, and is pleased to continue growing her skills with her practice in the beautiful Annapolis Valley. 

Special interests include helping women prepare their bodies for the birth process and postpartum healing; concussion syndrome; elderly patients and the multiple challenges of aging; and she is enjoying pursuing further studies in paediatric treatment. Hillary is working next door her sister Alison Nette of Seaport Dental, and welcomes dental patients who are struggling with TMJ issues to come try osteopathy as an adjunct treatment.  


Hillary is a member in good standing with the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths (NSAO) and an affiliate member of the Ontario Association of Osteopaths. As well she is a member in good standing with the Massage Therapist's Association of NS (MTANS) and can bill directly for massage therapy with most insurance plans. She has current first aid training in the Canadian Red Cross, CPR certified.

When not in the clinic, Hillary loves spending time with her partner and three children, enjoying all the amazing food grown in the valley, trying her own hand at gardening, playing and listening to music, and dancing!


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