Temporary Hold on New Clients

Please take note, I have for the moment stopped taking new clients, until wait times for existing clients needing follow up come down to more reasonable levels. I hope to begin welcoming new clients again by February or March. In the meantime, we are blessed in this area with other osteopaths, as well as aContinue reading “Temporary Hold on New Clients”

Please take note: fee change

Despite serious efforts on my part to minimize operating costs, after careful budget review, I have come to the inescapable conclusion that the COVID situation has made it impossible for me to maintain my current fee structure. Starting Monday, August 17, there will be an increase in the cost of osteopathic care: New intake appointmentsContinue reading “Please take note: fee change”

Online Booking is back!

I am delighted to finally be near the end of my COVID-19 cancellation rescheduling marathon. The transfer of digital records from my Hennessey account to my Truro Osteopathy account has gone smoothly, which I think should mean that existing clients can login as before. Please note that there are COVID-19 safety measures still in place,Continue reading “Online Booking is back!”

Opening soon – Tackling rescheduling

The Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths received confirmation yesterday afternoon that their reopening plan/criteria were approved by the NS Chief Medical Officer. As we collectively move toward reopening, I have been wrestling with trying to find the most timely and fair way to reschedule everyone who needs care and had their appointments cancelled by theContinue reading “Opening soon – Tackling rescheduling”

Currently in wait mode

It has been a long lonely road while we collectively battle COVID-19. First, I want to express continued gratitude to our first responders, our medical community and all those in the front lines who have kept us safe, cared for our health, and kept us nourished. The NS government recently announced that unregulated health professionsContinue reading “Currently in wait mode”