Brock Palma, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (DOMP)

Career Highlights:

  • Worked with UofT Men’s Basketball Team as Sport Therapist (2015-2017)

What Makes Brock different?

  • Treats the body as a whole, a more holistic approach.

Who should see Brock?

  • Individuals who haven’t had success with other approaches /modalities.
  • Individuals wanting to learn more about their body.

Words of Wisdom/Mission Statement:

  • Motion is Lotion
  • You know your body best, so listen to what it is telling you.


From an early age, Brock has been involved with many competitive sports such as basketball,
volleyball, track and field and rugby. His passion for sports, health and the human body lead him to
the University of Toronto where he studied Kinesiology, eventually obtaining a Bachelors of
Kinesiology degree. During his years at Toronto, Brock got an internship with the University of
Toronto Men’s Basketball Team as the Student Therapist, and continued as their therapist for 3
consecutive years. This is where his love for manual therapy and ability to help people achieve
optimal health and performance began.

Upon finishing his 5 years of post secondary education at the Canadian College of Osteopathy, Brock completed his thesis, titled “The Effects of Osteopathic Treatment on Center of Pressure and Sway”. He is now holds the title of an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner.

With that being said, Brock has the confidence and knowledge to treat individuals with all types of
musculoskeletal injuries and systematic problems. Brock isn’t done there though, he plans on
taking the National Kinesiology Exam to become a registered Kinesiologist, and the Certified
Strength and Conditioning Specialist exam. Brock continues to challenge himself with 1-2 physical
goals per year. His current goal to complete a half marathon race in under 2 hours in hopes to
eventually be able to run a full marathon. Now this may seem like a lot to tackle but he is a
determined individual who wants to better his knowledge in order to help people attain optimal
health during the recovery process.


Monday: 2:30-8pm

Tuesday: 8am-1:30

Wednesday: 2:30-8pm

Thursday: 8am-1:30

Friday: OFF

Saturday: 8-3