Manual Osteopathy2018-10-19T09:55:06+00:00



There’s nothing an athlete fears more than an injury. Whether it’s just a strain or sprain that hinders your performance, or a trauma that takes you out for weeks or months, an injury can be a major nuisance, and sometimes, a career changer. Given the option of receiving a safe treatment that could effectively minimize the likelyhood of suffering an injury, and that could help you heal from existing conditions, most people would jump. Wouldn’t you? Well now you can. Just scroll to the bottom of this page and click “book appointment” to schedule a one-on-one with one of our professional Manual Osteopathic therapists.

What is Manual Osteopathy?

Sometimes referred to as osteopathic approach, this methodology is based on the restoration of balance within your body, and uses hands-on, manual techniques to both identify and treat imbalances across the entire musculo-skeletal framework. In addition to the “muscle-skeletal framework”, there are a number of other areas that can be addressed such as: digestion issues, abdominal discomfort, acid reflux, trouble swallowing and nervous system issues like numbness, tingling, sciatica. A Manual Osteopath can also help with stress, anxiety and depression. Unlike traditional modern medicine which focuses on managing symptoms, osteopathic therapy is a holistic approach that focuses as much on your lifestyle as on your body itself. An osteopath can help you identify factors from your daily routines that, over time, could lead to an injury. This approach fosters self-awareness, encouraging people to play a part in their own recovery.

What are the benefits?

Over and above dealing with the injuries that are affecting your body, osteopathic therapy will restore structural balance, leading to performance gains from:

  • improvements in flexibility, endurance, and raw power
  • a reduction of fibrous adhesions, increase range of motion
  • enhanced muscle tone
  • minimized pain and stuffness in joints and muscles
  • decreased tension and related headaches
  • increased blood circulation
  • reduced blood pressure
  • TMJ release

Where do I sign up?

Just click on the big button below to schedule an appointment right now with an osteopathic therapist. Whether it’s for an existing injury or just for intelligent prevention, our team has the knowledge and experience to support you.