Lydia Henry, DOMP
Lydia Henry is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and a former Certified Athletic Therapist since 1996. She has been the Head Athletic Therapist at the Humber College Sports Injuries Clinic since October 2003 until 2010 when she resigned from her position to open her own practice. Lydia practices in Mississauga and Oakville.
Lydia was a member of the Canadian Health Care Team for the Francophone Games in 2001. She has worked with several local high school teams and several private clinics. She was assistant Athletic Therapist at the University of Ottawa and Head Athletic Therapist at Loyalist College for a number of years. Lydia also taught a Sports Injuries class in Humber’s Fitness and Health Promotion Program and was a guest lecturer at high schools, Running Room Clinics and other sports establishments.
She continues to help patients of all ages including newborns and children helping with a number of medical issues such as inability to latch, reflux in infants and babies, sleep issues, constipation and digestive problems, recurrent ear infections, joint mobility problems, plagiocephaly and infant colic and irritability.
Adults of all ages with joint pain, back and neck pain, headaches and migraines, digestive issues and many more problems.
She is a member of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.