Yuri Neuchev

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Yuri’s extensive formal training in visceral, cranial sacral and classical osteopathy as well as continued experience as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner¬† enable him to provide the highest clinical treatment and care to his patients.

What are Yuri’s qualifications?

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Ph.D., M.D. C.M. (Europe).

Yuri received his higher education in Europe and North America. In 1987 he graduated from Chelyabinsk State Medical Academy and obtained a Doctor of Medicine and Master of Surgery (M.D.,C.M.). After having worked in intensive care ambulance as a doctor’s assistant for Critical Care patients during his medical school, Yuri decided to specialize in anesthesiology and successfully did so for ten years in Russia.

In 2004, he graduated from the massage therapy program at ICT Kikkawa College Toronto. Further in 2008, Yuri Neuchev enhanced his already diverse clinical skills by fully qualifying as an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner with Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton.

In 2010 Yuri obtained a Master degree in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences. His Master of Manipulative Science Thesis explored the treatment of stomach and large intestine by manual approach.

In his practice Yuri concentrates on the use of Visceral Osteopathy (internal organs of the body) and welcomes the challenge of solving difficult chronic issues by applying the Cranial techniques.

Yuri helps with the following conditions: bladder incontinence, uterus misalignment, prostate issues, constipation, post surgical scar removal, hiatal hernia, liver and gallbladder problems, balance pericardium ligaments, trachea misalignment, TMJ misalignment, sinuses opening, vertigo, headaches, migraines (cranial and visceral), anxiety, depression, osteoarthritis of hips, knees, sacroiliac joint, disk herniation, sciatica, frozen shoulder (even severe cases), disks protrusion (tingling sensation in the fingers), neck misalignment, newborn full body evaluation, pregnancy issues from the 1st to the last day and so on.