About Us

about Ki-Hun Lee

Osteopathy and Massage Therapy In Toronto, Canada.

Meet Ki-Hun Lee

Ki-Hun Lee - Osteopathic Manual Practitioner

Ki-Hun Lee is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Registered Massage Therapist, FSM Practitioner at Integrated Bodywork. He is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at Yonge and Eglinton.

Ki-Hun’s mission is supporting people who wish to regain their optimal health without medications and surgeries as well as people who are looking for complementary therapies adjacent to their medical treatment. He is especially interested in structure integration.

As an osteopathic manual practitioner, Ki-Hun works to support people to live their lives fully, free of pain by aligning the spine and integrating it with the rest of the body parts to optimize the nerve force and blood circulation.

Read more about how we use Osteopathy to reduce pain


Ki-Hun Lee Experience

Ki-Hun Lee, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Registered Massage Therapist and FSM Practitioner at Integrated Bodywork, Toronto

Institute Of Classical Osteopathy

Foundation Certificate, Classical Osteopathy · (2015 – 2015)

Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Certification in FSM practitioner-Advanced · (2014 – 2014)

Frequency Specific Microcurrent

Certification in FSM practitioner-Core · (2011 – 2011)

Osteopathic College Of Ontario:

Diploma, Osteopathic Manipulative Theory & Practice · (2009 – 2011)

Massage Therapy:

Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy – Diploma, Massage Therapy · (2001 – 2003)

Frequently Asked Questions

Most patients feel at least some improvement after the first osteopathic session. For others, it may take a few days to notice any benefits.

Chiropractors focus on the spine and use techniques that make nerve transition more efficient. Osteopathic Manual Practitioner aim to improve the body’s overall healing system so that one can be positively affected from head to toe.

Most people who see an osteopath do so for help with conditions such as muscle and joint problems.  Such As:

  • lower back pain.
  • uncomplicated neck pain (as opposed to neck pain after an injury such as whiplash)
  • shoulder pain and elbow pain (for example, tennis elbow)
  • arthritis.
  • problems with the pelvis, hips and legs.

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