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Maureen Maher had to complete a rigorous program before she could call herself an "osteopath." It included a standard health-sciences degree at the university level, at least three years of ostepathic-centered study, and, in her case, extra studies in the areas of massage therapy, naturopathy, acupuncture, and reflexology. At OsteoMaureen North York, her extensive training reveals itself as she works toward solutions for back pain, sciatica, tension headaches, and other common ailments. As an osteopath, she has a unique understanding of the way the body functions as a whole. So she can root out the source of the problem and manually manipulate the body to fix it with greater skill than a chiropractor or a dog trained to sniff out muscle tension.