People are used to having to go through discomfort in order to get better
Osteopathy doesn’t hurt. And it can really help.
How does Osteopathy work?
A Manual Osteopathy therapist often uses the analogy of being a clockmaker – all the systems of your body must be working at their best in order to feel your best. Manual Osteopathy Therapists (MOTs) use a slow and gentle hands-on intervention. Manual Osteopathy therapists look at the systems of the human body in a global way – integrating musculoskeletal, digestive, cardiovascular, and the urinary systems, for example.
- Manual Osteopathy works beyond muscles and bones, and gets down to the body’s cells.
- It’s innovative, science-based and becoming increasingly evidence-based, and linked to research and study.
- This is client-centered intervention that involves a lot of listening and paying close attention.
- For acute health problem please consult your medical doctor.
Osteopathic Manual Therapists (OMTs) approach each patient’s discomforts like a detective, searching for root causes and exploring the ways a patient’s body works. They pay very close attention to all aspects of the body’s function, and also to the patient’s emotional well-being. They find connections and links, and using natural forces, they help the body to release blockages.