Osteopathic Practitioner & Certified Athletic Therapist
Katia Sanon is a Manual Osteopathic practitioner at AIM.
Katia graduated from Concordia University with a bachelor’s degree in Exercises Science. Since then, she has been working as a Certified Athletic Therapist with athletes from amateur level to pro sports teams. She has held the position of Assistant Athletic Therapist for the Trinity Western University Spartans varsity teams since 2016, and is also the team therapist for the Fraser Valley Bandits Pro Canadian Basketball team. Katia takes care of athletes on the field and in the clinic helping them with musculoskeletal condition and injury rehabilitation.
With a passion to deepen her knowledge of manual therapy, Katia pursued her education at the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada (MOCC) in Vancouver to receive an honours diploma of osteopathic manual practice.
Katia uses a full body approach to address numerous body dysfunctions. Manual osteopathic therapists are qualified in myofascial techniques, craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, osteo-articulation techniques and much more. By combining her athletic therapy and osteopathy background, she can offer full rounded and personalized treatments that include injury assessment, movement analysis, diverse manual therapy techniques and rehabilitative exercises to help her patients.
Katia considers that her educational and professional journey have given her a solid foundation to help any individuals dealing with chronic or acute pain.