About Us


From a relatively young age, one of my dreams was to become a Physiotherapist and live in Kelowna. Once I completed university, I wanted to focus on treating children. Now that I have 3 children of my own and have worked exclusively in the field of Plagiocephaly and Torticollis for many years, my own family has come together to help start this clinic in Kelowna to help me live my next dream. Everything from providing a comfortable family oriented clinic space, to toys for your children to engage them while I assess the best course of action for their individual needs. I have opened this clinic to give children a better chance of living their dreams.

I have seen first-hand that time is of the essence in these matters, and no child should have to wait for treatment in our country. Weeks matter when it comes to treating head shape and torticollis patients for a child develops so quickly at a young age. I will give your child the best chance possible and treat them as they are my own little one. I will help put parents concerns at ease by coaching them on what to do, and more importantly what movements NOT to do with their child.

My greatest memories are when happy parents remember me years later and thank me for helping their children grow up to lead a normal life. These parents are to be commended for taking action, sometimes even against the direction of professionals to get their children the care they deserve. Sometimes a second opinion can make the difference in giving someone the best chance for success. Please take comfort in knowing that I will never perform any procedure that causes your child any trauma or discomfort. There is never a need to do so, and you are your child’s best advocate. I will ensure your child has everything they need to put their challenges behind them and allow you to focus on their bright future.

If your schedule requirements are outside regular business hours, please contact us and we will strive to accommodate your family. Thank you for putting your trust in my hands.

-Lanna B. (Owner)


  • Babies’ heads are somewhat soft and malleable due to their structure. As the baby grows and matures, these structures begin to tighten or “fuse”. The soft spots (fontanelle) and long skull joints (sutures) fill in and stiffen the skull making further head shape changes much more difficult to obtain. For most babies the window of opportunity is significantly reduced or closed by 12-14 months of age.
  • Early detection and treatment is crucial for the best possible outcome. It will also allow for prevention of many potential secondary issues such as delay in their motor milestones.
  • Early intervention is essential and we strive to minimize any wait times.
  • Calls and online appointment requests will be returned within 1 business day.
  • Initial assessments will be scheduled for within 1 to 2 weeks.

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

  1. Families will be screened and required to sign a health declaration prior to treatment and entry into the treatment area. Clients presenting symptoms or that have been in contact with a possible case of COVID-19 will be asked to reschedule upon receiving a negative test result.
  2. Treatment sessions will be limited to 4 people in the space; baby/child, two guardians and the treating professional. You will not be in contact with any staff other than the treating professional during your appointment.
  3. Clients are asked to remain in their vehicle until informed the treating professional is ready for them to ensure social distancing and proper sanitation is completed.
  4. OHTC appointments will be scheduled on the quarter hour in coordination with the other surrounding businesses to offset the times of those entering the building and to ensure social distancing between clients of neighboring businesses. 
  5. Masks are mandatory for both parents and treating professionals at all times; disposable masks will be available to families in need to ensure access to required PPE.
  6. Neck gaiters and bandanas are not permitted as masks.
  7. Plexi-glass is installed to provide a barrier during parent consultations.
  8. Treatment surfaces, toys, and equipment is disinfected between each client visit.
  9. Toys requiring machine washing have been removed
  10. The number of clients will be limited to 5 per day to ensure all safety measures are followed.
  11. Washroom facilities are closed.
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