Our Team

Our Registered Practitioners

Our registered osteopathic manual therapists are trained over a five-year course, as recommended by the World Health Organization. They are fully accredited by and registered with the Alberta Association of Osteopathic Manual Therapists.

 

Osteopathic treatment coverage is available through most private health plans when treated by a registered practitioner. Please check with your insurance provider to confirm your coverage.

Notice about Lynette Hanson:

Please note that Lynette has unfortunately left our clinic as she and her family have decided to follow new adventures in Fernie, BC. We will be happy to provide you with her contact information as soon as she has them ready for us.

 

We would like to wish Lynette the very best and thank her for the years spent with us.

 

The rest of the team remains available for you at the clinic. We will still have a copy of your files for your convenience.

Ben Cabaret, D.O.M.P. (France)

Osteopathic Manual Therapist & Founder

While studying kinesiology at the Université de Grenoble, Ben discovered osteopathic manual therapy. After suffering a severe knee injury, Ben experienced first-hand the positive impact that osteopathic manual therapy could have on the recovery process.  It was at this point in time that Ben decided to dedicate his career to helping people through osteopathy.

 

In 2011, Ben graduated from the five-year osteopathic manual therapy program at the Institut de Formation en Ostéopathie du Grand Avignon in France. This program is registered at the highest level with the National Directory of Professional Certifications; the top professional certification in France.

Ben is trained in structural, functional, visceral, craniosacral, Jones (strain-counterstrain), Mitchell (muscular), GOT and pediatric osteopathic treatments. Ben is also a firm believer in life-long learning and is currently completing a neuromeningeal manipulation program, which focuses on treatment of the nervous system.

In addition to Ben’s formal training and professional work experience, he served as the Vice-President of the Alberta Association of Osteopathic Manual Therapists from 2016 - 2019. Ben has also had the opportunity to work with professional rugby and volleyball teams, as well as volunteer with the LPGA CP Women's Open.

Ben firmly believes in the overall management of a patient’s health and not just their symptoms. Ben prides himself in being an attentive and caring healthcare provider, who focuses on understanding each individual’s unique needs.

​Outside of the clinic, Ben enjoys skiing, golfing, catching a game (especially hockey now that he lives in Canada), as well as spending time with his family and friends.

N.B. Service disponible en français.

Candice Charavin, D.O.M.P. (France)

Osteopathic Manual Therapist

 

Candice discovered osteopathy after struggling with an ankle injury that prevented her from pursuing her favorite activities without pain. Through osteopathic manual therapy treatments, Candice was able to fully recover and was inspired to help others do the same.

 

In 2017, Candice graduated from the five-year osteopathic manual therapy program at the Institut de Formation en Ostéopathie du Grand Avignon in France. This program is registered at the highest level with the National Directory of Professional Certifications; the top professional certification in France.

 

Candice is trained in musculoskeletal, cranio-sacral and visceral technics. Throughout her education Candice had the opportunity to work with a large number of patients, including many runners and cyclists. Additionally in May 2017, she was selected to work at the French Underwater Sports Championships as an on-site osteopathic manual therapist.

Candice believes that osteopathy helps maintain the body’s natural internal balance, by preventing and treating functional disorders through a holistic approach. Candice’s passion for osteopathic manual therapy can been seen in her thoughtful and responsible approach to treatment.

 

A new transplant to Canada from France, Candice enjoys taking in nature and wide-open spaces. She is an avid runner and enjoys horseback riding.


N.B. Service disponible en français.

 

 

Benoit Noël, D.O.M.P. (France)

Osteopathic Manual Therapist

 

Since a young age, Benoit was interested in athletics and physical well-being. His passion for these areas steam from his background in competitive gymnastics. Training six hours a day for 12 years, Benoit’s gymnastic career culminated in the honour of representing the French National Team across Europe. Given his background, Benoit was naturally draw to the function of the body, health and eventually osteopathy.

In 2016, Benoit graduated from the five-year osteopathic manual therapy program at the Institut de Formation en Ostéopathie du Grand Avignon in France. This program is registered at the highest level with the National Directory of Professional Certifications; the top professional certification in France.

Benoit is trained in musculoskeletal, cranio-sacral and visceral technics. Throughout his education Benoit worked with a diverse group of patients, including runners, cyclists and other athletes. During this time Benoit also volunteered with Enfants Handicapés Espoir Ostéopathie, an associated focused on providing free osteopathic treatment to children with disabilities.

Benoit believes that osteopathy plays a key role in helping people achieve overall wellness. Through its holistic approach, osteopathy is a powerful tool to help treat everything from pain to the immune system. Benoit’s dedication to osteopathic manual therapy can been seen in his committed and caring approach to treatment. 

 

Moving from France to Canada in 2017, Benoit enjoys exploring this new country he now calls home.


N.B. Service disponible en français.

 

 

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Alpine Osteo

2719 Centre St NW (Lower Level)

Calgary, AB, T2E 2V5
587.356.2199

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