Dominick Hussey - Functional Medicine Practitioner - Dominick Hussey

Dominick was born and raised in London, England.

He initially studied Managerial and Administrative Studies at the University of Aston in Birmingham, England and worked as a marketing executive in West London for three years.

After spending a year exploring the world while backpacking, he returned to the UK to pursue an interest in natural medicine.

He studied at the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in North London, graduating in 1997 with a BSc honours in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma of Naturopathy.

His clinical practice began at the Aston Clinic in Surrey, England, with David Melrose, D.O, a herbalist and osteopath. It was here that Dominick first became interested in Applied Kinesiology (AK). In 1999 he undertook training with the International College of Applied Kinesiology and found AK to be a powerful tool for localising and identifying the causes of pain-related disorders.

Dominick regularly continues his training and education so that he can provide the very best care for his patients. He has learned other techniques that are incorporated into his approach to treatment, including Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine, Massage, Nutrition and NAET allergy therapy.

He has studied at the Institute of Functional Medicine in the US completing Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice course in 2015.

In 2009, Dominick immigrated to Ottawa with his wife, Sue, where they joined Dr. Shahram Ayoubzadeh and his team at the Integral Health Clinic.

In December 2010, he was invited to join the Seekers Centre for Integrative Medicine in Ottawa along with Sue and Shahram. He worked there for a year before the Integral Health Clinic relocated to Waverley St, Ottawa.

In 2014 he and Sue established the Ottawa Holistic Wellness at MacLaren Street, Ottawa. As well as seeing clients, Dominick is Social Media and Marketing Director for the Centre.

He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council in the UK and the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.