About Osteopathy

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a hands-on approach to treating the causes of pain or dysfunction in your body. 
For the body to remain in good health, all parts must “play well” with each other. If one part of your body is injured or restricted, the remainder of the body compensates for that injury or restriction, which may lead to stiffness, inflammation, discomfort, pain or infection. Osteopathic treatments help restore the body’s natural ability to heal itself, renewing your health!
What do Osteopathic Practitioners do?Osteopathic Practitioners seek to correct any misalignment of bones, muscles, ligaments or tissues that compromise the body’s balance. They are trained to feel subtle changes that are present in all body tissues, and can treat the underlying issue.
Osteopathic Practitioners give a complete treatment to your whole body, not just parts of it. Your body is an interconnected network of joints, muscles and systems. If you experience hurt or discomfort in one part of your body – this pain will also affect the rest of your body. To ensure your pain and discomfort are found and treated at their source, you can rely on a comprehensive osteopathic treatment.
Each treatment will include an assessment, hands-on treatment, follow-up exercises and prescribing lifestyle changes to ensure you’re well on your way to your vibrant, healthiest self! 

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