Osteopathy is a gentle, non-invasive, and effective approach to health care using gentle, tailored manipulations to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal.
Osteopathy can provide relief and treatment for a wide range of conditions that include.
The osteopathic treatment combines four main types of osteopathic disciplines.
Osteopathy can benefit the musculoskeletal framework and other systems, including musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, digestive, reproduction and nervous.
Osteopathy and back pain
Many people approach an osteopath with back pain, but preventive treatment is also possible.
Today’s increasingly sedentary lifestyle means the average Canadian spends 10 hours per day sitting. This can lead to poor posture and musculoskeletal problems.
Treatment involves gentle and subtle manipulation, especially of the muscles and soft tissues. The doctor may stretch or massage the muscle.
An osteopathic manual practitioner can help identify problems by pinpointing potential sources of referred pain in good time.
With Sue’s expertise, she draws in knowledge and experience to assist her clients with nutritional and dietary approaches that are difficult to acquire elsewhere. This gives her clients cutting-edge resources to assist their healing further.
Osteopathic treatment can positively impact the nervous, circulatory, and lymphatic systems to improve body function and overall health.
Some osteopathic techniques may enhance lymphatic health and bring about internal improvements in the body.
Manual osteopathy can