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Chiropractic Treatment

Manual Osteopathic Therapy

Manual Osteopathic Therapy is a gentle and non-invasive way to promote overall health and wellness. By using manual techniques to improve blood flow and increase mobility, our skilled therapists can alleviate pain, boost the immune system, and enhance the body's natural healing process. If you're looking for a holistic approach to your health, our Manual Osteopathic Therapy might be just what you need.

Manual osteopathic therapy treats the body as a whole, the individual in their entirety, and searches for tissue damage – whether joint, muscular, ligament or visceral.

What to Expect

Manual osteopathic therapy is a holistic approach to healthcare that focuses on restoring balance and harmony within the body. Rooted in principles of osteopathy, manual osteopathic therapy is a hands-on treatment method aimed at improving the body's structure and function to promote overall wellness. Therapy sessions may include techniques such as soft tissue manipulation, joint mobilization, myofascial release, and craniosacral therapy. These gentle yet effective techniques target areas of tension and restriction, helping to restore optimal movement and function throughout the body.

At your treatment session:

  1. Physical Assessment: During your session, your practitioner will thoroughly assess your body to identify any factors that may be disrupting its normal functioning or impeding the healing process.

  2. Treatment: Your practitioner will employ manual adjustments to address structural issues, utilizing techniques such as direct or indirect manipulations including fascial, visceral, or cranial approaches.

  3. Support: Throughout your treatment journey, our practitioner will closely monitor your progress, helping your body regain its natural balance and health.

  4. Maintenance: Once mechanical and physiological balance is restored, our patients receive guidance on maintaining their health through practices such as proper posture, stress reduction, healthy eating habits, and regular physical activity.


**Direct Billing is not available for Manual Osteopathic Therapy in Canada, patient's will need to submit their treatment receipt to their insurance company for reimbursement.**

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