Developed in the 1880s by an American physician named Andrew Taylor Still, osteopathy is a “whole person” approach to health care that takes into account how the body’s various systems work together and affect each other. Unlike many other health disciplines, osteopathy does not use forceful manipulations of the body.
At Health in Motion, we successfully use osteopathy to treat a wide range of health conditions such as: children and adults arthritis, child torticollis (wry neck), breathing and digestive disorders, back and neck pain, migraine headaches, women disorders, scoliosis, inflammations, fibromyalgia, and to relieve patients suffering from chronic pain. Our Osteopathy Manual Practitioner is a graduate of the Canadian College of Osteopathy.
Based on a detailed assessment of your clinical history, our Osteopathy Manual Practitioner will assess your movements and then use gentle palpation to examine and monitor the source of your disorder. Once the root of the problem has been identified, our Osteopathy Manual Practitioner will work to restore your body’s natural ability to heal itself and return to good health.
Is osteopathy right for you or your loved one?
Many people find success with osteopathy after exhausting other courses of treatment or in combination with other types of therapy. To find out if osteopathy is right for you or your loved one, please call us at 416 250 1904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org , and we will be happy to answer your questions. We also encourage you to take a look at the conditions we treat and review our treatment programs, which combine various therapies to provide a holistic, optimal course of treatment for specific conditions.