Maxine Jeffrey, DOMP, B.Sc.O.T., B.Sc.Kin, CYI

TAYS_2015_web_res-84Maxine has her diploma in Osteopathy (DOMP) and has degrees in Kinesiology and Occupational Therapy (honours) and is a certified Yoga Instructor. She is a member in good standing with Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths and with Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.

During her Osteopathy program Maxine completed and defended her thesis entitled “The Management of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease using Specific Osteopathic Manual Therapy Techniques”. Maxine is interested in treating individuals with GERD and other conditions/symptoms including back and neck pain, whiplash, joint pain, plantar fasciitis, TMJ dysfunction, tinnitus, bladder incontinence, frozen shoulder, digestive issues, women’s health, etc. Osteopathy is an exciting and helpful profession providing pain relief, improved mobility and improved quality of life.

Rate: $120 (tax included) per 50-minute session. Most extended health care plans include Osteopathy services. Please check your plan to determine coverage.


If you have questions or would like assistance please TAHC’s reception: 902 429 3303

If you would like to discuss any concerns or questions with Maxine her email is: or you can text her on her cell 902 402 3158. She will respond with a call or text in a timely manner.


– I am a member in good standing of the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths (NSAO)
– As a member of the NSAO, I am not an osteopathic physician, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO, formally Doctor of Osteopathy), nor do I practice Osteopathic Medicine
– In Nova Scotia, Osteopathic Manual Practice is not regulated by the government, however the NSAO is actively seeking government regulation to protect the public and our profession
– Osteopathic Manual Practitioners are not members of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia (CPSNS)

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