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Manual Osteopathic Therapy

Manual Osteopathic Therapy is the assessment and release of muscles, joints, lymphatics, organs, and connective tissues. This connective tissue is called Fascia, a layer that can increase in tensile pressure that can cause painful and faulty movements that limit the fluid within the body's natural flow. Using a Myofascial approach, these restrictions and compensations can be released and natural body motion can return. 

Benefits of Manual Osteopathic Techniches

Osteopathy is a type of complementary and alternative medicine that emphasizes the interrelationships between structure and function in the body, and the body's ability to heal itself. Osteopathic treatments aim to address imbalances in the musculoskeletal system and other areas of the body through a variety of manual techniques.


Here are some potential benefits of osteopathic treatments:

  • Pain relief: Osteopathic treatments may help relieve pain in the back, neck, shoulders, and other areas of the body.

  • Improved mobility and range of motion: By addressing imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, osteopathy can improve joint mobility and range of motion.

  • Improved posture: Osteopathic treatments can help correct postural imbalances, which can reduce pain and improve overall health.

  • Enhanced circulation: By releasing tension in the muscles and improving blood flow, osteopathic treatments can enhance circulation throughout the body.

  • Improved immune function: Osteopathy may stimulate the immune system, helping the body to fight off infections and illnesses.

  • Stress relief: Osteopathic treatments may help to reduce stress and tension in the body, promoting relaxation and overall well-being.

It is important to note that the effectiveness of osteopathic treatments can vary from person to person, and that it is always important to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before trying any new type of treatment.

Contact for more Information

8-86 Baker St. Nelson, BC


(250) 352-5135



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