As passionate practitioners in our fields, we believe strongly that in order to increase the credibility and efficacy of our modality we need to develop more great therapists. In order for that to happen, clinics and established therapists have a responsibility to provide opportunities for students to acquire skills training under the tutelage of strong mentors in a supportive environment that allows the student therapist to build their own practice. 

Calgary WOW Centre has a long history of providing that haven for promising, budding therapists. 

All of our student therapists carry liability insurance that covers their manual practice to the level to which they have been successfully tested by the long established and very reputable Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto, or its affiliate, Canadian School of Osteopathy Manual Practice in Vancouver. Student therapists will NOT provide treatment that is outside of their scope of practice. 

NOTE: Our Student Therapists are not yet considered osteopathic manual therapists, therefore any osteopathic techniques that they may employ in your session are NOT covered under Osteopathic Manual Therapy by provincial or their party insurers. 


Elizabeth Morgan-Maver, BSc, MSc, Osteopathic Manual Therapy Student

Elizabeth is an Osteopathic Manual Therapy Student with an extensive background in basic science and clinical medical research.

Following her BSc Honours in Microbiology and Immunology at Dalhousie University, Elizabeth moved to Calgary to complete a Master’s degree in Gastrointestinal Sciences at the University of Calgary.

Elizabeth has always been drawn to the study of the human body with a keen interest in understanding all of its biological mechanisms from the cellular level, up to the dynamic overall state of health. This passion has led her to pursue studies in osteopathy, a holistic practice focused on addressing the root causes of dysfunction and facilitating the body’s innate ability to self-regulate. She is in her 4th year of the 5 year program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy in Toronto.

Now proud to call Calgary home, Elizabeth keeps busy with her husband, Rob, and their loveable Labrador, Chase. She works with several professional athletes in the city and is most often found in the mountains skiing, hiking or running, while also supporting Crohn’s and Colitis Canada.