Using a wide range of non-invasive manual techniques such as deep tissue massage, joint articulation, and manipulation the Osteopathic practitioner works with the body to enhance its natural ability to self-regulate and self-heal.
Osteopaths treat the person as a whole rather than a specific disorder. For example, a knee injury might also affect the foot, hip, and spine.
Osteopathy can help relieve the symptoms of a range of conditions, including:
- General, Acute & Chronic Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Headaches: Migraine & Tension
- Shoulder & Elbow Pain
- Joint Pains Including Hip & Knee Pain
- Arthritic Pain
- Muscle Spasms
- TMJ/Jaw Problems & Clenching
- Sports Injuries & Tensions