Mira Miskovic, M.OMSc, Cert MDT, RPT, BA
Osteopathic Manual Practitioner & Physiotherapist
Mira has extensive experience successfully treating people who’ve experienced limited or poor results with previous treatments. In particular, Mira specializes in treating people suffering from neck and back pain, disc herniation, headaches, concussions, TMJ dysfunction and post car-accidents. As a lifelong learner, after completing her training as a Physiotherapist, Mira continued her studies receiving her Masters in Practice of Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences. Mira also became credentialed in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy through the McKenzie Institute of Canada, which is a scientifically-proven assessment process that will identify the best treatment solution for back, neck and extremity problem. Mira also completed Level C of the Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) program*, an extremely powerful method to help athletes and others to bullet proof their body, increase their performance and speed.
In her free time, Mira enjoys learning more about the human body and biking, skiing and spending time with her three children and their dog Vook.
Mira is eager to assist you in your health journey. If you tried other treatments with limited or no improvements – Mira would love an opportunity to help you.
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stability*
Dynamic muscular stabilization is a method of assessing and activating the intrinsic stabilization of the body and specific movement patterns based on the stabilization pattern of a healthy baby and the neurophysiological aspects of the maturation.
A lot of high-level athletes use exercises based on DNS principles in order to learn proper breathing, re-establish proper posture and stabilize their torso in order to boost their strength, maximize performance and prevent an injury. Habitually, the stabilizing system gets activated automatically prior to any purposeful movement. Its malfunctioning occurs due to various factors, i.e. pathology or previous injury, improper training, repetitive use, sedentary lifestyle, abnormal early development, genetics or congenital trauma.