About Osteopathy... Osteopathy is a discipline that is based on the simple fact that our tissues are an expression of our structure. This relationship, is what allows our body to function, feel pain and heal. Recognizing the patient as an integrated whole, we know when all of the body's components are in balance, a person is complete and in total health. The philosophy of Osteopathy is based on four basic principles:
Our Osteopathic Manual Practitioners have graduated from a 5 year, post secondary education, from the Canadian College of Osteopathy. With a full body approach to therapy, assessments and treatment techniques are used to identify and ease restrictions, tissue adherences and pain. Osteopathic treatments reduce swelling and improve tissue resiliency to promote proper function and healing. The Osteopathic treatment approach is thorough and committed to helping you feel better.
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners are trained in a wode variety of manual therapy techniques, which can be applied based on the assessment. Common Osteopathic techniques include:
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners treat a wide variety of conditions including: