Osteopathy Philosophy

The body is a complete system, and therefore health and wellness are found when treating the mind, body, and spirit as a whole.

Educational Background

2008-2009– Social Work Diploma Program Mount Royal University, (Not completed)
2012-2013– Meagan graduated with honours from the Alberta College of Massage Therapists’ 2200-hour diploma program in 2013.
2016- Emergency Medical Responder Certificate, member of the Alberta College of Paramedics for 1 year.
2019-2020- Graduated with honours from the Manual Osteopathic College of Canada’s 1180-hour program in September 2020.

Personal Background

Meagan Dick established Island Manual Osteopathic Therapies to share her knowledge and experience after relocating to Duncan with her partner. Meagan believes it is critical to provide clients with more healthcare and pain-management options that are low-risk.

In an effort to support the province in its pursuit of public safety, Meagan served as Secretary and President of the Canadian Massage & Osteopathic Therapists Association for a four-year term, and she also served two years on the College of Massage Therapists of Alberta’s Transitional Council in an effort to support the province.

She also proudly volunteered her time in 2020 and 2021 to assist health care workers at the Duncan Island Health Hospital. She is currently volunteering with Hope for Hooves in Duncan, where she believes in the healing power of animals.

Areas of Practice

Prenatal and Postnatal Care

Cupping Therapy,

Advanced Sports/ Relaxation/Deep Tissue Massage

Kinesiology Taping

Pain Management

Osteo Articulations

Myofascial Remodeling

Lymphatic Drainage

Cranial Sacral Therapy

What People Say

“Great experience, friendly, knowledgable expertise in a comfortable environment. Definately recommend!”


“Absolutely top notch service. Very knowledgable and experienced. Would definately recommend.”


“Meagan is a real pro and has helped me immensly.”


“Yours truly in Health”