Carrie Wegreen,  Licensed, DOMP

Carrie Wegreen is a Licensed Manual Therapist trained in Osteopathic Techniques; raised in Alberta she moved to BC to further her education. She has been in a formal apprenticeship with an Osteopath for the last 2 years and received her diploma in Therapeutic Manual Practice in 2018. Her education also includes the Chikley Health Institute and Upledger Institute International.  Driven to continually increase her depth of understanding and skill, Carrie is currently studying at the Canadian College of Osteopathy.  Carrie has a general practice with interest in visceral manipulation, circulatory dysfunction, and mental health.

Growing up in Northern Alberta, Carrie was very interested in health, but having had limited exposure to the health field, she began a career in the labour industry. After a few years of working she suffered a severe accident and after trying many forms of therapy with limited results, a friend suggested she try Osteopathy treatments. These treatments restored her health, renewed her hope, and instilled a great passion in her for this form of manual therapy! Carrie believes that hope can be renewed through the restoration of the body and is very passionate to help her patients in this process. Building her practice around the key principles of Osteopathy, Carrie treats the person not the symptom; aiming at restoring health and function to multiple systems in the body,

In her free time, Carrie loves hanging out with her eight nieces and nephews and being out in nature; quadding, camping, and hiking... or anything outdoors!