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Osteopathy is a non-invasive, holistic form of manual therapy that uses a whole-body approach to emphasize the interrelationship between structure and function of the human body. The main goal of a Manual Osteopath is to address the root cause of the problem, rather than just the present symptoms, in order to guide the body to self-heal. 

Osteopathic Practitioners support the body’s ability to restore and maintain health by using skilled palpation and manual techniques to influence muscles, joints, nerves, connective tissue, circulation and internal organs.

Osteopathic Practitioners treat people of all ages, from infants to seniors. If you are experiencing pain or dysfunction, or want to take preventative measures to improve your health, Osteopathy can help.

Area of practice includes but is not limited to:

•    Neck and back pain
•    Headaches
•    Sleep or energy issues
•    Sports injuries
•    Concussion

•    Injuries from car accidents
•    Repetitive strain injuries
•    Joint or muscle pain
•    Digestive, respiratory or menstrual problems
•    Pre and post-natal support
•    Jaw dysfunction 


Benefits of Osteopathy include:
•    Pain relief
•    Increased range of motion
•    Increased circulation
•    Trauma healing
•    Hormonal balance
•    Decreased stress and tension
•    Improved posture

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