Each person has over two hundred bones and six hundred major muscles in their body, all working together in perfect synchrony. Unfortunately, sometimes this balance can be disturbed, leading to a variety of skeletal, muscle, and joint pains. Osteopathy consists of special movements, stretches, and massages of the muscles and joints to relieve aches and to promote overall well-being. Although officially developed in the past couple of hundred years, the principles of osteopathy are based on centuries-old wisdom and techniques, combined with modern therapeutic approaches.
For decades, osteopathy has been effectively used to treat most muscle and joint pains, in addition to headaches and migraines, sciatica, digestive disorders, circulatory issues, and even respiratory illnesses. Osteopathy is gentle, non-invasive, and completely drug-free. There are four primary methods within osteopathy, including soft tissue manipulation, articular techniques, cranial osteopathy, and visceral manipulation. To learn more about these methods of osteopathy, get in touch with Bovaird Health Clinic today.
Relieve Pain and Boost Your Overall Health
At Bovaird in Brampton, our osteopathy professionals are experienced and fully-qualified, with many years of expertise in osteopathic treatments. They will assess your condition in detail, take the time to explain the benefits of osteopathy, along with its therapeutic benefits, and put together a custom-tailored healing program designed for your unique needs. When it comes to osteopathy, most patients experience positive results within a very short period of time.
• Muscle and joint pain
• Headaches and migraines
• Prenatal pain relief
• Diabetes-related issues
• Digestive disorders
• Neck pain and back pain
Benefits of osteopathy:
• Enhanced overall health and well-being
• Stress and pain relief
• Improved circulation and respiration
• Non-invasive and gentle
• Post-accident rehabilitation
• Covered by most insurance companies
Interested in Osteopathy?
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