Structure Health Locations
- EDMONTON -
4825 89 Street, Edmonton, AB
Colin Tenove, M. TCM, R.Ac.
Colin has over 15 years of experience in clinical practice using acupuncture, manual therapy, nutrition and exercise in treating pain, injuries and dysfunction, all while promoting wholistic health and symptom relief. His formal training includes a Master's in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Victoria; 5 years of postgraduate studies in Osteopathic Manual Practice with the Canadian School of Osteopathy in Vancouver; Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology studies with the faculty of Physical Education at the University of Alberta, and he is a certified instructor of Foundation Training.
Today, Colin continues to stay active with Foundation Training, kickboxing, hockey and basketball. He combines the wisdom of Traditional Medicine, over 10 years of formal education and 15 years of clinical experience, in his private practice. His patient's ailments range from sports injuries, acute and chronic pain, chronic health issues, arthritis, and postural strain.
- VICTORIA (WESTSHORE) -
(In building complex next to Red Barn)
#102, 627 Brookside Rd, Victoria, BC
Hours of Operation are based on Appointment Schedule.
To ensure our patients receive the best care when they need it most, we request that if you must cancel an appointment please give us 24-hours notice. "No shows" and late cancellations may be charged the full amount of the missed appointment.
We know that emergencies happen - if something comes up please contact us so we can treat your personal situation with personal attention.
Recommended appointment length for initial visit is a minimum of 60 min to allow for a full assessment of your condition. Thank you!
Irene Borecky, CAT(C); Thesis Writer, Osteopathic Manual Practice
I first entered the field of rehabilitation intending to work mostly with athletes as a newly certified Athletic Therapist and coming from an athletic background myself. In the clinical environment though I was finding myself treating all kinds of clients from work place injuries, motor vehicle accidents, post-surgery and special populations. Eventually I was primarily seeing clients with chronic injuries and complex conditions. I realized the traditional orthopedic assessments and treatment techniques in my skill-set were only helping to a point.
I began studying Functional Movement Systems (FMS) and Somatics to closely analyze movement patterns and help clients re-learn fundamental movements for the prevention and recovery from injuries. In 2013 I began my journey in Osteopathy at the Canadian School of Osteopathy, Manual Practice to enhance my skills in analyzing and understanding the human body. Osteopathy uses a gentle and refined touch to manipulate bones, soft tissue, viscera, and the cranium to encourage self-regulation within the body. Osteopathy addresses all the systems within the body to restore function, improve pain, and rebalance the body. I have found it to be my "missing link" in understanding complex conditions for more successful outcomes.