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We cannot accommodate new patients at the moment. Please contact us to be put on a waiting list.

Anticipated wait time for new appointments is currently 3-4 months

*Consideration may be given for Newborns*

Manual Osteopathy (or Traditional Osteopathy) is a patient-centered approach to health that recognizes the body as a self-regulating unit in which function and structure interact with another. Manual Osteopathy is guided by principles of relating to the patient as a whole. A well-trained osteopath has detailed knowledge in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics and biodynamics as well as a highly-skilled sense of touch. These skills help the osteopath in assessing and restoring balance between all body systems: musculo-skeletal (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia), cardiovascular (circulatory and vascular systems), neurological (nervous system), cranial (cranial bones and their connection to the sacrum), and visceral (organs). In health, the body seeks to maintain a balance within and between these systems.

By means of individually developed manual treatments, unrestricted mobility of all body structures is sought to support the natural healing process.


The osteopathic treatment is intelligent, gentle and painless. It is well suited for all ages.

The basic concept of osteopathy was discovered in 1874 by American Physician Dr. Andrew Taylor Still and is now practiced worldwide as a successful treatment method and being further developed on a scientific basis.

CLINIC RULES (updated Mar 22, 2021)

- Please be on time, do not enter if you are too early. Instead, go for a little walk and enjoy downtown Morden!

- Please sanitize your hands when entering our clinic

- If you are afraid of contracting Covid-19, I recommend to wait with making an appointment until the pandemic has passed.

- Appointments are spaced out so you should be able to enter and exit our house without contact to other patients. All contact surfaces are sanitized between appointments.

- Masks are mandatory. Please wear your mask, as I will wear mine. If we have to work intraorally, you might be asked to remove your mask. Let me know if you are not comfortable to do so.

- You are required to sign a liability waver, issued by the province of Manitoba, every time you visit.

- As Mama already told me when I was a wee little man, "if you feel sick, stay home and rest". And wash your hands...




About  my approach

As a manual osteopath, I use various manual approaches to address the health of your connective tissue and therefore your health as a whole. My goal is not only to treat your complaints, but also to educate you on the mechanics of connective tissue and to make sure that you understand possible patterns of dysfunction and how your body is trying to deal with them.

To me, communication and trust between you and me is equally important as the application of therapeutic techniques. It is important that we understand each other as a team that tries to shine some light on your body’s complaints, instead of passively letting someone “fix” your body’s issues. My goal is to motivate you to take a look at your own life and gain responsibility in restoring and maintaining your own health.

Osteopathy is not magic, it rather is compassionately applied anatomy, with a practitioner that can listen and pay attention to you and your body. In this respect, it can support your body to restore balance and health. Osteopathy has many benefits as well as limitations, which I am very well aware of. No health care practice is a “cure all” because we, as living human beings, are much too complex for a “one for all”, generic approach. I constantly further my personal education based on new scientific discoveries in our field. The role of connective tissue has been believed to be of great significance in our health for many centuries. Only in the last two decades, scientific research has started to investigate deeper into what role connective tissue plays in the body’s ability to maintain health.

Although you might be diagnosed with the same condition as someone else, everybody responds differently to treatments. That holds true for all approaches of allopathic and complimentary medicine. This is why I create a personalized approach that is tailored to your specific needs and your medical and physical condition. I will be honest with you if I see limitations that might be better treated with other forms of therapy.

As an individual, as well as a Manual Osteopath, I am always open to concerns and suggestions. I see my practice as a collective approach to your health, communicating and collaborating with other practitioners as needed. I highly value the work of all other health care professionals and strongly believe that only a collaborative approach to health is a truly holistic approach, covering all angles of being human.

Watch a short video explanation.


Who  can  benefit?

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• Newborns with latching issues, colic or tongue-tie •

• Children and Adolescents of all ages •

• Athletes •

• Pregnant women •

• Accident victims •

• People with chronic illness or pain who have not responded to other therapies •

• Adults with repetitive strain injuries •

• Seniors •

• Individuals with physical or mental challenges •

• Chronic musculoskeletal disorders:

Herniated discs, low back pain, sciatica, neck complaints, shoulder pain, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, general joint pain.

• Complaints after accidents and operations:

Sprains, whiplash, post-concussion syndrome (such as  loss of focus and concentration, photosensitivity, sensitivity to sound), sports injuries, disc surgery, hip or knee prostheses, scars, etc.

• Circulatory and sensory disorders:

caused by muscular tension

• Complaints in the Cranium:

Chronic headaches, tension headaches, migraines, dizziness, chronic sinusitis, chronic otitis media, tinnitus, TMJ (jaw) problems, etc.

• Neurological diseases:

Insomnia, sleep onset or sleep maintenance issues (waking at night), difficulty concentrating, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, mild depression, chronic fatigue.

• Respiratory complaints:

Asthma, bronchitis, loss of voice, pressure in throat, shortness of breath.

• Complaints of digestive nature:

Chronic constipation, chronic diarrhea, heartburn, acid reflux, chronic gastritis, diverticulitis, gallbladder pain, liver pain, upper abdominal bloating, pain within 30 minutes of eating.

• Complaints in the urogenital area:

Menstrual disorders, bladder weakness (incontinence), inability to empty bladder fully, chronic bladder infections, menstrual pain and other menstrual problems, dysfunction of the pelvic floor, infertility.

• Osteopathic care during pregnancy and after delivery

• Complaints in infancy and childhood:

Birth trauma, colic, problems with breastfeeding (i.e. tongue tie), sleep difficulties, torticollis, plagiocephaly, difficulty concentrating (learning problems, dyslexia), accompanying therapy for orthodontic appliances (i.e. braces), Osgood-Schlatters disease, etc.

• Vegetative disturbances:

Nervousness, lack of energy, tightness or pressure in the chest.


• Last but not least: For the general optimization of all bodily functions and thus for the prevention of new problems •

Unsure if Osteopathy could help you? Just ask!


Our  Services

Manual Osteopathy


A gentle way of helping your body to normalize. Includes visceral manipulation, cranialsacral approach, myofascial release etc.

Suited for all stages of life.

Pediatric Osteopathy


Osteopathy for babies offers specific gentle treatments for newborns and toddlers.

From ages 0-2 years.


Obstetric Osteopathy


Helps your body adjust correctly during pregnancy and after delivery. From 14th week of pregnancy on.


Osteopathy for Children


More specific applications for growing children from the age of  1 to 12ish


Osteopathy for Teenagers


At a time of massive physical, hormonal and emotional reorganization, Osteopathy can help going through all stages a bit more comfortably.



Your  first  appointment

On your first visit we will take a complete review of your issues. A medical history form has to be completed. After talking about your aches, pains and complaints, some assessment will be needed to determine the course of the approach to get you better.

What you should bring:


- Comfortable clothing (i.e. comfy shorts or yoga pants)

- Results from MRI, CT, X-ray or other medical reports
- Notes from referring caregivers (Physician, Physiotherapist, Chiropractor, Athletic Therapist, OT, etc.)

- IF YOU BRING AN INFANT OR YOUNG CHILD, please bring their favourite book, toy, blanket, etc.


The frequency of treatments is based on findings from the initial treatment.

Adequate time is allotted between each treatment, allowing your body to integrate the changes made.

Feel free to download a patient history form here:


Fees, Payments, Insurance & Hours of Operation

All treatments are priced at $104.74 (plus 5% GST = $110)

Your treatment will last between 50-70 minutes.

Forms of payment:

Debit, Cash, Cheque or E-Transfer (to

- Insurance Coverage -

Massage Therapy - All insurances, depending on plan coverage

Manual Osteopathy - Manitoba Blue Cross, Manulife, Sirius Health Solutions, Chambers of Commerce, Co-Operators, Johnston Group, Coughlin & Associates, Desjardins, Equitable Life, Sunlife, Greenshield, SSQ, RBC, Industrial Alliance (IA), Maximum Benefit, Olympia Benefits.


You can cancel your appointment online, by phone, e-mail or in person 24 hours prior to your treatment. Failing this 24-hour-cancellation notice may result in a 50% fee. Missed appointments without notice will be charged the full treatment price. This fee is to be paid prior to your next scheduled appointment. Consideration will be given upon circumstance.


MONDAY-THURSDAY 8:30am-3:45pm



127-8th Street, Morden, MB

By appointment only / Private Practice

*no walk-ins*

MO-THU 8.30-15:00

Email *preferred*


Phone: 431-349-0126

Online Booking (password protected)


Florian Lassnig, MPh, RMT, DOMP, BSc, DO (Spain), RMO

I moved from Austria to Canada in 2004 and fell in love with Manitoba(ns) on first sight. From 2005-2007 I studied Massage Therapy at the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy. In 2010, I started my journey into Osteopathy. I studied at the Canadian College of Osteopathy, the National Academy of Osteopathy and later on at the National University of Medical Sciences in Spain. After returning from Spain in early 2020, I re-opened my small private clinic space in Morden, Manitoba. Besides occasionally escaping to Austria, my family and I are very happy in this community - for us it is the right place to raise a family.

I am member of the Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba, the Manitoba Osteopathic Association, the Canadian Union of Manual Osteopathic Practitioners, the Canadian Alliance of Alternative Medicine and the College of Registered Manual Osteopaths.

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