Brendan Harry, Osteopath, D.O.

Brendan was driven to study osteopathy after a severe skateboarding injury in 2010. When knee surgery and a litany of complementary therapies didn’t cure the pain, osteopathy turned everything around. After just 2 sessions with student practitioners at the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal (CEOM), his “bad leg” started to move and feel different with each step. Determined to understand how osteopathy helped so much, Brendan enrolled at the CEOM, completing his first 2 years of study in French. In 2018 he moved to Maidstone, England, to complete the Master’s of Osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy (ESO). As a UK-trained osteopath, he is legally recognised in England as a registered Osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council, and as an Allied Health-care Professional.

Prior to becoming an osteopath, the long years between injury, surgery and recovery were frustrating, confusing, even depressing. Being a patient can be a painful, lonely, expensive experience. Brendan lived these hard truths personally. That’s why he’s intent on providing the best possible care to people in need. Knowing personally that finding the right type of treatment makes a world of difference, he is dedicated to providing the right approach for you. Having completed his studies both in Quebec and in the UK, his training provided him with the full range of osteopathic methods and healthcare fundamentals. He is constantly pursuing further training in order to help each individual person better.