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A core principle behind Manual Osteopathy is the idea that the body is an integrated and indivisible whole, and contains self-healing mechanisms that can be utilized as part of the treatment. Manual Osteopathy utilizes gentle manual adjustment technics to evoke the healing power inside the body and support its transition from disease to health.


The effectiveness of Manual Osteopathy is based upon a deep understanding of anatomy, physiology and pathology as well as on the highly developed palpation skills of the practitioner. This approach is very helpful in conditions ranging from pain to organ dysfunction and emotional difficulties.

What does manual osteopathy treat?
  • Shortness of breath due to asthma

  • Headache and migraine

  • Digestive issues

  • Fatigue

  • Poor sleep

  • Learning difficulties or behavioral problems in children

  • Mental problems such as depression, anxiety, grief or panic attacks

  • Neurological conditions

  • Back pain (upper and lower)

  • Neck pain

  • Sciatica

  • Shoulder impingement syndrome

  • Joint pain- shoulder, hip, knee, ankle

  • Sprained joints

  • Frozen shoulder

  • First aid injuries

  • General stiffness

  • Postural problems

  • Auto-immune disorders

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • Premenstrual syndrome and menopause


At first appointment, we go over the health history and discuss the health issues. An assessment includes observation of posture as well as medical tests. After first diagnostic, we discuss a plan of osteopathic care that is specific to a patient health goals. The therapy may include massage, stretching, repetitive movements, mobilization and/or manipulation. 


Next times, there will be a quick assessment (in order to guide the process of healing) and manipulative treatment. The number of times a patient needs to come depends on the overall health and severity of the disease.

If you have any question or holistic treatment is something new for you I am happy to direct you

Initial and follow-up visits will last approximately 30 minutes.


Because of the physical nature of the treatment, it is not unusual to sometimes feel sore in the first 24-48 hours after treatment.


It's important that you feel comfortable, so wear a comfortable shirt and loose pants or bring a pair of shorts to change into. It is not recommended that you wear tight clothing such as jeans, which may restrict your mobility.

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