Brendan Ireton-Paul graduated from The Canadian Academy of Osteopathy with a Diploma in Osteopathic Manipulative Theory and Practice in 2008. He followed up his studies with a Master in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences which he completed in 2010. He is currently a member of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners as well as The Canadian Institute of Classical Osteopathy.
Brendan Ireton-Paul developed and uses an approach to patient recovery called “Corrective or Osteopathic Fitness”. This method helps patients rebalance and restore injuries and dysfunctions to health, using Osteopathy as well as integrative and functional exercises and training methods. Injuries are strengthened and repaired while actively cooperating with the rest of the body, restoring optimal structure and function.
In 2013 Brendan was voted Best Osteopathic Therapy Service Provider in the Guelph Mercury Readers Poll and is a 2014 Guelph Tribune Readers’ Choice Awards Winner for Osteopathic Therapy. He opened Guelph Osteopathy in 2011 and is proud to attribute much of the practice’s success to referrals, new patients referred to him by satisfied patients.