Kayte Armstrong DVM, M.OMSc
Kayte graduated from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton, Ontario. A keen interest in movement and its relationship to health led her to osteopathy and all it can offer to improve the well being of others. In addition to clinical work, Kayte also teaches anatomy in her role as Professor of Anatomy and Palpation for the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. When not treating clients or teaching, Kayte enjoys sword fighting, playing golf and riding her motorcycle – though usually not all at once.
Kayte is a professional member in good standing with Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN), and the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths (NSAO).
Kara Muhlhausen M.OMSc, R.Kin
Kara grew up in Belleville, ON and was a very active child. While pursuing a degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph, Kara sustained an injury playing varsity Basketball. This injury led her to Osteopathy, and she was mesmerized by its approach to healing. After university, she worked as a Kinesiologist and Strength and Conditioning Coach, but couldn’t help feeling that there had to be something more she could be doing for her patients.
In 2020, Kara obtained a Masters in Practice Diploma of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences (M.OMSc) from the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in Hamilton, ON. She is a professional member in good standing with the Nova Scotia Association of Osteopaths (NSAO) and Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN). Kara feels excited and grateful to be able to offer Osteopathic care to a variety of patients in the Hammonds Plains Community.
Jessica Warrener M.OMSc, BA(HK)
Jess grew up in Ontario, and was always very involved in athletics. Her passion for sport led her to the East Coast to pursue a Degree in Human Kinetics from St. Francis Xavier University and a position on the Varsity Track and Field Team. Jess suffered from an unresolved injury, that ultimately led her to Osteopathy, and a desire to enter the profession after being fascinated by its ability to treat the body as a unit.
Jess completed her Masters in Practice Diploma of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences (M.OMSc) at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, in Hamilton ON and is a member in good standing with Osteopathy Canada (OSTCAN). Jess is excited to call Nova Scotia home again, and is now accepting new patients.