Osteopathy

Explained

"Structure Governs Function"

Osteopathy Practitioner believes that structure and function of the body is connected to one another, and to achieve optimum health manual osteopath aims to restore and maintain person’s structure to its overall natural state of well-being. When we are talking about person’s structure we mean muscles, ligaments, bones, organs, and fascia.

When you have misalignment in your body you can see the dysfunctions to occur locally or elsewhere in your body, through pain, stiffness, fatigue, digestion issues and etc. that is why your osteopathic practitioner will assess a treat the body as a whole and aims to treat the cause of the disorder rather than just the symptoms to bring back proper Alignment to your body. for a person to maintain optimal health, their neurological, musculoskeletal, circulatory and visceral structures must all be functioning well.

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Osteopathy

Explained

"Structure Governs Function"

Osteopathy Practitioner believes that structure and function of the body is connected to one another, and to achieve optimum health manual osteopath aims to restore and maintain person’s structure to its overall natural state of well-being. When we are talking about person’s structure we mean muscles, ligaments, bones, organs, and fascia.

When you have misalignment in your body you can see the dysfunctions to occur locally or elsewhere in your body, through pain, stiffness, fatigue, digestion issues and etc. that is why your osteopathic practitioner will assess a treat the body as a whole and aims to treat the cause of the disorder rather than just the symptoms to bring To an osteopathic practitioner, for a person to maintain optimal health, their neurological, musculoskeletal, circulatory and visceral structures must all be functioning well.

what is Osteopathy?

Our osteopathic manual practitioners use non-invasive manual therapies to achieve total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework which includes joints, muscles, ligament, fascia and spine as well as the body’s nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems.

Our osteopathic manual practitioners treat a broad range of conditions that affect the musculoskeletal, circulatory, respiratory, and nervous systems, including:

  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Tension or stress-related problems including headaches or migraines
  • Ligament or muscle sprains due to overuse or sports
  • Peripheral injuries like shoulder pain, knee pain and ankle pain
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Osteopathy

What to expect on your initial visit?

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  • You will be greeted by one of our staff.
  • Consultation – Our doctors and practitioners will conduct a complete review of your medical history. The history is followed by a physical examination, including various tests. Following the initial assessment, the Practitioner will have a discussion with you about the diagnosis, treatment options, risks, benefits, cost of treatment and individual goals. The initial visit usually takes about 1 hour.
  • Ask Questions – Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the recommended treatment, costs and procedures, or any other questions you may have.
  • Schedule Your Next Appointment – During the consultation, the doctor will customize a treatment plan. We will plan and schedule your appointments based on the treatment plan which is prescribed for you.
  • Please wear comfortable Clothing.
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  • You will be greeted by one of our staff.
  • Consultation – Our doctors and practitioners will conduct a complete review of your medical history. The history is followed by a physical examination, including various tests. Following the initial assessment, the Practitioner will have a discussion with you about the diagnosis, treatment options, risks, benefits, cost of treatment and individual goals. The initial visit usually takes about 1 hour.
  • Ask Questions – Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding the recommended treatment, costs and procedures, or any other questions you may have.
  • Schedule Your Next Appointment – During the consultation, the doctor will customize a treatment plan. We will plan and schedule your appointments based on the treatment plan which is prescribed for you.
  • Please wear comfortable Clothing.

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