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Who is Jason Brandow?

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​Jason Brandow DOMP

Originally from beautiful Manitoulin Island, Jason Brandow began his education by attaining a 4 year Bachelor’s Degree in Therapeutic Recreation from LSSU. This program gave him great insight into the functions of the body, the interrelationships between its systems, and how to design therapeutic programs to treat a wide variety of muscular and skeletal injuries and diseases.


With the determination to be able to help more people with various conditions and injuries, he then began the Osteopathic Manual Practitioner program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy (CCO) in Toronto, adding another 5 years to his education and hands-on training.  Jason also added an additional 3 years of research in osteopathic principles, and was awarded the coveted A.T Still Award for his excellent work after successfully defending his thesis in November 2012.  Along with working here at our clinic, Jason is also a professor at the Canadian College of Osteopathy and works as a student clinic monitor to help prepare the future generation of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners here in Ontario.  


Jason has no specialty in any one area of the body and considers himself a “global” Osteopathic Practitioner, meaning he can assess and treat any part of the body brought to him.  This being said, Prenatal and Post natal care of new mothers and newborn baby care is an important part of his practice.  Jason has taken years to develop his skills in order to successfully treated a wide variety of infant issues with early intervention of newborns with colic, breathing issues, poor digestion, latching difficulty, chronic ear or chest infections, jaundice, and gas issues.  The youngest baby ever brought in for treatment was only 2 days old.   


Jason has most recently completed new courses on the treatment of Post Concussion Syndrome. By improving the circulation of the brain and brain stem, Jason has already had great success in treating many post concussion syndrome patients, as well as vertigo, and migraines, and has seen surprisingly marked improvements even in cases of severe ADHD and learning disorders in both children and adults. 


Space is now available for new patients at South Sudbury Wellness Centre.

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