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Our holistic Nutritionist, Pavlina, specializes in teaching people to combine food, fitness and mindset to become a fat burning machine without giving up their wine, chocolate or popcorn.

After indulging in all the holidays festive feasts and treats lets get back on track!

Stay tuned for Pavlina’s New Years Free Sugar Challenge!!!!

Here’s a message from Pavlina herself:

Want to stay on track with your health during the Holidays Season?

The holiday season is upon us, Christmas is just around the corner and we who live in this North American culture – the holiday party, social gatherings etc. culture –  we are all staring down the face of food and drink abundance.

I just wanted to take a minute here and offer some prospective to all of you who are navigating this season with the ongoing commitment to lead a healthy lifestyle. Whether it is a commitment to choose less processed food, or to lower alcohol intake, or to include x number of serving of vegetables into you daily routine, or to avoid processed sugar, drink plenty of water and etc….

We are all facing a challenge this time of year that might be feared by many…..how do we stay on track?

Let’s embrace the challenge this year and set a new pattern of behaviour that will take us 1 step closer to our best essay writer, lets practice new behaviour together for easier future.

To figure out what is THE best approach for times like this for YOU is to first  find an answer to this question :

“ Are you a Moderator or are you an Abstainer”?

For some people restricting certain foods is not always fun but for some people it is actually easier to avoid all rather than to try to moderate their intake.

Can you relate to this scenario?  : “ Oh, I already had a serving of Christmas treats that I was not planning on eating so I might as well try all the goodies offered here and have fun time since I already “messed up”, and I will start again 100% tomorrow”….

That kind of approach would be considered the Abstainer – with the all or nothing attitude….It is exhausting for them to continually debate the thoughts in their head like “ Do I have it today or tomorrow?” or “How much should I have?” or  “I have been in the gym, don’t I deserve it?”

Therefore the best approach for the Abstainer is to abstain from all the deviations from their original plan. Whatever boundaries you have set for yourself in the past,  you will need to remind yourself (meditation works great) of your commitment each and every morning and plan for keeping your routine. (practically making sure you have your own foods at an arms length)

The moderator on the other hand, have a general sense of what is moderate for them or they set rules for themselves.  Like “ I will have 1 drink when I am invited out to a party, but I won’t have any drinks at home. “ They are able to have some, feel satisfied and it is easy for them not to overindulge.

Moderators will say, that having a little bit of something makes them want it less.

If you are a moderator, small treat here and there will go a long way for you.

Here are some tips for all to navigate with ease through the holidays

  1. Get sufficient amount of sleep.
  2. Keep yourself well hydrated. Having a glass of water in between drinks will slow down alcohol consumption, or between meals to keep your hunger signals at bay.
  3. Don’t skip on calories by skipping breakfast – lean source of protein and good quality fat with either veggies or piece of fruit will go a long way to stabilize your blood sugar level and prevent the need to overeat later in in the day.
  4. If you are planning to treat yourself, see what is out there that you would love to try, get a small plate out and place 1 small piece of each on the plate ahead of time. Accept this to be all that you will have for the day. This way there will be no room left for the little voice in your head to negotiate whether or not to have more…
  5. Make a commitment  every day to go outside to get fresh air,  connect with nature and at the same time to get some blood flowing through your veins through more movement.

Regardless of where on our journey we are at, let’s just look and see if we can create the warmth, the sparkle, the fabulous feeling that we are really aching for in this holiday from gratitude, from human connection, from shoving up to be fully of service to people that we are around on those days, and see if at the end of the day, when we put our head on the pillow, if we are not bursting out of every cell of our body with this eternal bliss …let’ just see…

If you feel like you would like to get a jump start and prepare ahead for the Holiday season, let me know,  I am here to help . Having a well thought out wellness plan ahead of time can sure take some of the stress associate with the Holidays off.

Yours in Health,

Pavlina

Don’t forget to stay tuned for the New Years Challenge!

We are collecting food donations, along with other things, for St. Vincent de Paul.

You will see a collection box in our office.

If you are able to donate here are things they are looking for:

– non perishable food items

– gift cards or cash

– toiletries

– new toys

St. Vincent de Paul is dedicated to helping our community members who are in need. Every month they hold a food bank. Needy families, after being verified, can stop in to pick up food for their family and are given vouchers for the St. Vincent de Paul store, where they can get free clothing for the family. Every year at Thanksgiving and Christmas they send needy community members home with a big box of food so that they can celebrate the holidays with a good meal. They also have families that are in need of sponsorship at Christmas, so they have describe yourself essay businesses (like ours) and families that help buy families in need Christmas gifts.

If you are interested in volunteering or helping out some how please send an email to cboyd0535@rogers.com

Thank you in advance for your donation! Happy Holidays to you all!

Anatomy 101

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The spine is one of the most important parts our body. It has three main functions:

  • Protects the spinal cord
  • Gives the body structure and support
  • Allows us to move freely

The Bones and Joints

The spine is made of 33 bones called vertebra that are stacked one above each other. There are:

  • 7 cervical vertebra in the neck
  • 12 thoracic vertebra in the middle back
  • 5 lumbar vertebra in the low back.

The sacrum is a wedged shaped bone in the pelvis made of 5 fused vertebra. The tail end of the spine (literally) we have the coccyx made of 4 fused coccygeal vertebra. The vertebra are given names based on their position in the spine. L1 is the first lumbar vertebra. There are 2 bones that have special names because of their special function. The atlas (C1) holds up the head and the axis allows the head to rotate from side to side.

Bones and Joints

Here you can see 2 vertebra stacked on top of the other. 3 joints join the vertebra to each other. The large disc in the front is like a soft cushion and provides support and absorbs pressure. The disc has a poor blood supply and receives its nutrition via sucking the nutrients from the body when you move. Behind the disc there are 2 facet joints. The facet joints guide the movement of the vertebra and have a large supply of nerves that feed your brain with information about where your spine is and how it is moving. Your brain uses this information when it is deciding how your organs should function. Some amazing research by Dr. Akio Sato has been done in this field. This is why is it is so important to maintain the normal movement of your spine. Between the facet joints and the disc is a gap called the intervertebral foramen or the IVF for short. The spinal nerves exit the spinal canal through the IVF. There are a number of bumps on each vertebra. You can see the transverse and spinouts processes in the picture. The muscles and ligaments of the spine attach to these bumps.

The Ligaments

There are a number of ligaments that cross between two vertebra. The ligaments hold the bones together while still allowing the joints to move. Some of the ligaments cross the intervetebral foramen and reduce the space the spinal nerves have to exit the spinal canal. When there is joint restriction the ligaments can rub twist and squash the nerves reducing their ability to carry healthy information from the brain to the body or the body back to the brain. With age and lack of exercise the ligaments become shorter and harder, making the joints stiffer. In the long term tight and stiff ligaments pull on the bones and produce bone spurs. Exercise and adjustments to maximize the health of the ligaments will minimize the effects of osteoarthritis in the future.

The Muscles

The Muscles

here are multiple layers of muscles in the back. Some are for supporting our spine and are called postural muscles or core muscles others are for moving our spine and are called the prime movers. The muscles are arranged in different patterns to bend our spine forwards backwards, sideways and rotate to each side. Like all muscles of the body the spinal muscles require good exercise and stretching to maintain their health and the health of your spine.

The Nerves

The spinal cord is the information superhighway between your brain and your body. Without it you could not move any part of your body and your organs could not function. It is made of millions of nerves. The spinal cord is protected by the bony spinal canal formed by the vertebra that are stacked one on top of the other. It is also protected by the duramater, a tough covering around the cord. Between the duramater and the spinal cord is the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) The CSF is important for protection of the central nervous system (CNS), which includes the brain and the spinal cord and feeds the CNS with nutrients from the blood.

The Peripheral Nerves

The spinal nerves convey information between the central nervous system and the rest of the body. The spinal nerves exit the spinal canal through each of the intervertebral foramen between each pair of vertebra. Like the tributaries of a river the small spinal nerves form larger nerves, such as the sciatic nerve, which runs down the buttock into the leg. This is how your brain controls every single cell and organ in you body. The following chart describes which spinal nerves innervate (supply) which parts of the body. You will notice that all the body parts actually receive information from more than one spinal nerve and the nerves travel a great distance to get to the organ they are supplying. This is why the actual problem in the spinal can be a long way away from you feeling the problem.

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Osteopathy brings an exceptional philosophy to traditional patient attention. Recognising that your system is significantly more than only a sum of its parts, osteopathic physicians assist the individual’s inherent ability to heal by fixing the interrelationship of their human body’s nerves, organs, and bones.

Osteopathic physicians are licensed to prescribe medicine and clinic at every medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties.

Osteopathy is a Naturopathic, noninvasive manual treatment that aims to increase health with all systems of the body by strengthening and manipulating the cosmetic framework.

An osteopathic doctor will center on the joints and spine. Treatment plans to favorably alter your human body’s nervous, and circulatory systems.

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Benefits

  • Cures Pain

Osteopathic treatment enables you to efficiently reduce and treat pain in quite a few distinct areas, including back pain, Neck Pain, headache, along with ankle sprains. Osteopathy can reduce discomfort from Chronic illness.

  • Decreases Discomfort In Chronic Illnesses

Osteopaths can assist in preventing a recurrence of an accident or severe condition or perhaps the maturation of a personal accident due to lifestyle factors.

Along with these, there are some more benefits, such as :

  1. Reduce stiffness and pain in joints and muscles
  2. Increase the Assortment of moves from the joints
  3. Heal spinal issues Caused by bad posture or spinal disc harms.
  4. alleviate chronic pain during noninvasive therapy
  5. Decrease the strain in the joints.
  6. Reduce strain within your torso
  7. Relieve tension headaches and Migraines.

Help your system to accommodate structural and hormonal modifications through pregnancy

Osteopathy might be very relaxing. It’s also proven to decrease stress levels by boosting the efficacy of your own body’s systems such as blood flow, nerve distribution, and even the immune system. Osteopathy can also increase Blood Supply and Reduce Blood pressure.

Spinewise Clinic provides the best osteopathy services in Bowmanville.

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If you have already scheduled a osteopathy session or are thinking about doing it, I leave you with a series of recommendations to be better prepared and know what to expect at the end of the session.

Before

Each osteopath works differently. Some prefer that the patient remain in underwear during the session as it facilitates contact with the tissue and allows you to see more clearly the areas that may present some alteration (compressed, uneven, swollen areas, etc). Others, we prioritize the patient’s comfort and we observe / palpate with the clothes on. Both options are valid. The ideal for the last case is to wear a short or shod (not too tight) and a loose shirt. Always wear clothes that are comfortable so that you are not pending in the session of what you have on.

During the session the whole body will be mobilized. This includes, to a greater or lesser extent, the abdominal organs (stomach, intestines, etc.). Therefore, I recommend that you do not eat or drink too much liquid at least one or two hours before the session.

After

It is normal to feel tired after the osteopathic session. Yawning five times in a few seconds is common. Feeling “in another world” or “like a zombie” (said by some of my patients) is completely normal. It is an effect of relaxation and physical work done. Nothing very different from what one can feel after running for a while in the park or doing some physical activity. Be careful, the feeling does not indicate if the session was good or bad. Each person has a different metabolism and reacts differently to stimuli and work.

In both scenarios, the best you can do after the session is nothing. Get home and rest. If you can not sleep, read a book or do something to help you relax. It is important, after working with the body, to have a moment so that everything elaborated and mobilized in the session is settled.

Another point to take into account is the personal care. That day eat light, avoid the digestive system have to spend too much energy to digest food either by the abundance or by the heaviness of food (fat, sugar, etc). Drink plenty of liquid and preferably water, as this way you clean your body better.

Avoid sports or demanding activities in the next 48 hours. The work and adjustments made during the session will continue to operate a few days later. Give the possibility to that work to continue its course so that the fruits of the session settle even more.

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For the next

Patient feedback is very important for the osteopath. In the time between one session and another, it remained attentive to the changes you may feel in your body, in your mood, the quality of your sleep, your energy, your digestion, etc. Write down if you are afraid to forget. And communicate before the next session.

I hope you find the information useful. If you have more doubts regarding the osteopathy session or osteopathy in general, do not hesitate to consult Spinewise.

 

Osteopathy is a medical practice based on the theory that disease and physiologic dysfunctions are etiologically grounded in a disordered musculoskeletal system.

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The American School of Osteopathy, The first osteopathy school opened in Kirksville, Missouri in 1892. This school is now called the AT Still University.

Osteopathy was termed in 1874 by an American Physician named Dr. Andrew Taylor Still.

Following the death of Dr. Still’s wife, and three of his children, to spinal meningitis in 1864, still concluded that the orthodox medical practices of his day were frequently ineffective and sometimes harmful. He devoted the next thirty years of his life to studying the human body and finding alternative ways to treat disease.

Dr. Still opened a school in Kirksville, Missouri in 1892 and began teaching the idea and practice of making mechanical adjustments to the human frame to promote health and heal disease.

Today there are osteopathy schools in at least 22 countries, including:

Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, England, Finland, France, Germany. Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Netherlands Norway, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United States of America and 43,000 manual osteopaths worldwide.

Two Types of Osteopaths

The osteopathic profession has evolved into two branches, manual medicine osteopaths and medical practice osteopathic physicians. These groups are so distinct that in practice they function as separate professions. This article is mostly about Manual Osteopathy.

Manual Osteopath

– Manual therapy is their primary tool. By specializing in manual therapy, often gain a high level of proficiency in manual approaches.

– Credentials vary from country to country, but often include the term ‘Manual Osteopath’.

– Typically trained outside the United States, in places like Canada, England and Spain.

– Typically work in private practice.

Medical Osteopath

– Uses pharmacy, surgery, and other medical practices and may also use manual therapy approaches.

– Credentialed as a D.O.

– Typically trained in the United States.

– Typically work in hospitals or private practice.

What Do Manual Osteopaths Do?

Osteopaths use a variety of manual approaches. Here are some common terms:

  • Articulatory Techniques – Procedures that move joints through their range of motion (articulating the joints) may be used to restore normal functioning.
  • Soft-Tissue Techniques – Various direct or indirect treatments applied to muscles, fascia and other soft-tissues of the body.
  • Visceral Techniques – techniques involving direct manipulation of the internal organs. Usually done using gentle pressure through the abdominal musculature.
  • Cranial Sacral – Cranial treatments focus on the craniosacral system which consists of the brain, spinal cord, cerebrospinal fluid, dura (the membrane covering the brain and spinal cord), cranial bones, and the sacrum (triangular bone comprised of five fused vertebrae, and forming posterior section of the pelvis).

What Happens During An Osteopathic Manual Therapy (OMT) Session?

Intake

  • A discussion with your osteopath regarding your primary health concerns, health history and time to ask questions.

Assessment & Treatment

  • Hands-on, mechanical adjustments to the patient’s muscles, joints, fascia and other tissues.

Post-Treatment

Your osteopath will ensure you know:

  • What did the assessment reveal?
  • What was the treatment and reasoning for it?
  • What can you expect to experience after treatment?

Reasons People Visit Osteopaths

  • Low back pain is the most common reason men visit osteopaths.
  • Most Common Reasons: Spine & Pelvis (44%) – Legs (13%) – Arms (13%) Pregnancy & Infants (12%) – Head (9%) Internal Organs (5%) – Other (4%) 3
  • Neck pain is the most common reason women visit osteopaths.

Notable Osteopaths & Patients

Barbara Ross-Lee, DO

  • The first African-American woman to serve as dean of a U.S. medical school was an osteopath.

William Smith

  • A British osteopath who may be the real life basis for Dr. Watson 5 of the Sherlock Holmes books.

Katy Perry

  • Katy Perry says her osteopath helped her learn to connect with her emotions and find her center again.

Queen Of England

  • Queen Elizabeth visited an osteopath for treatment of a stiff neck.

Elton John

  • Elton John has been treated by an osteopath.

Gwyneth Paltrow

  • Gwyneth Paltrow has been public about her osteopath helping her deal with a marital separation. 7

Osteopathy Research

  • Osteopathy has been shown to treat back pain as effectively as medication.
  • It can help with depression.
  • Osteopathy leads to fewer ear infections in children.
  • Osteopathy is safe for use in patients with traumatic brain injury.
  • This improves walking after knee or hip surgery.
  • Osteopathy may function in part by altering the levels of endocannabinoids (marijuana-like chemicals) in the body.

We hope you enjoy our article on Osteopathy.

 

Osteopathy is a  drug-free, non-invasive manual therapy that improves the overall health of the body by manipulating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. It is a natural medicine with the intention of restoring the normal function of the body by treating the causes of pain and imbalances that may be the result of injury, illness, stress, and the chronicity of daily living. Osteopathy Treatment involves gentle and subtle manipulation, especially of the muscles and soft tissues. The doctor may stretch or massage the muscle. These techniques include stretching, gentle pressure, and resistance, known as osteopathic manipulative medicine.

There are several benefits of Osteopathy which are as follows –

  1. Osteopathy removes the underlying cause of pain.
  2. It reduces pain and stiffness in muscles and joints.
  3. Increase the range of motions in the joints.
  4. Encourage the body to heal itself.
  5. Relieve chronic pain.
  6. Decrease the stress on the joints
  7. Reduce tension in the body.
  8. Relieve tension headaches and migraine headaches
  9. Help the body to adapt to hormonal and structural changes during pregnancy.
  10. This therapy helps to improve postural problems due to pregnancy, sports injury, driving or work strain, or digestive issues.
  11. Treat spinal problems resulting from poor posture or spinal disk injuries.

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The answer is quite smooth. If you’re looking for a hospitalization for body pain that you are experiencing but you want a natural cure rather than taking medication then Osteopathy is splendid for you. Many people that are prone to robust pains and rheumatic circumstances, but cannot take medication, if they are pregnant or are aged, find that the natural way Osteopathy makes the body repair itself, is perfect for that.

Osteopathy is famous with people who work in cities. They are more prone to running annoying and busy lives where the effects of physical and intellectual stress can cause the body to stiffen up and cause pain for long duration of time. People that are doing job or work in the city are also more like to commute where frequent trips on the bus or train can cause the body’s tissue to seize up and also cause ache and soreness. Whoever you are and whatever your background, Osteopathy is a very beneficial and excellent choice if you’re looking to permanently remove ache from your body without the use of medication or surgery.

Osteopathic experts use their hands to investigation for abnormalities in the formation and function of the body. They can trace areas of regulation and tenderness. They will then discuss with you the finest form of treatment. By specializing in using the body’s capability to heal itself to help with ache that you may be experiencing. The first medication normally lasts from about 45 minutes up to an hour and can be one of the most profitable appointments you’ll ever have.

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a non-invasive drug-free therapy that focuses on joints, muscles, and spine. Osteopathy is a very safe treatment. Osteopathy helps to improve the overall health of the person. Osteopathy is particularly concerned with maintaining correct relationships between bones, muscles, and connective tissues. The practice of osteopathy often includes chiropractic-like adjustments of skeletal structures. Craniosacral therapy, a practice in which the bones and tissues of the head and neck are manipulated, also arose in osteopathy. Here are a few benefits and applications of Osteopathy.

Applications

Osteopathy is used to treat a wide array of disease and conditions. osteopathy relieve pain associated with neck and back problems. Osteopathy is very effective against depression, asthma, tennis elbow, ankle injuries, menstrual pain, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and pain associated with recovering from surgical procedures.

Benefits:

1)It reduces pain and stiffness in muscles and joints

2) It increases the range of motions in the joints

3) It treats spinal problems resulting from poor posture or spinal disk injuries

4)Decreases the stress on the joints

5)Reduces tension in the body

6)Relieves tension headaches and migraine headaches

7) Helps the body to adapt to hormonal and structural changes during pregnancy

8) It reduces scars and adhesions

9) It increases blood  circulation

10) It helps to reduce blood pressure

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Osteopathy is a branch of a medical system that emphasizes the treatment of medical disorders through the massage of the bones, joints, and muscles. Osteopathy is a system of medical and surgical care. The practice of osteopathy includes chiropractic-like adjustments of skeletal structures. Craniosacral therapy is a treatment in which the bones and tissues of the head and neck are manipulated, also arose in osteopathy. Osteopathy helps in promoting the body’s ability to heal itself. Osteopathy is a natural medicine which helps to restore function in the body by treating the cause of pain and imbalance. Osteopaths help in treating a wide range of functional problems, including issues such as circulatory and digestive system disorders.osteopathy is a perfect treatment from the young to the elderly, including pregnant women, office professionals, manual workers, and athletes.

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Benefits Of Osteopathy

Osteopathic treatment helps effectively reduce and cure pain in a number of different body parts including back pain, neck pain, headaches, and ankle sprains. The Various benefits of osteopathy are :

1. It helps to remove the underlying cause of pain.

2. It also helps to reduce pain and stiffness in muscles and joints.

3. It helps to decrease the stress on the joints.

4. It helps in treating spinal problems resulting from poor posture or spinal disk injuries.

5. It is also beneficial for reducing scars and adhesions.

6. It benefits from treating Sports injuries and  Motor vehicle injuries.

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Osteopathy is a combination of two words bone and disease. Osteopathy is also known as osteopathic medicine. Osteopathy is a type of natural medicine which helps to restore function in the body by treating pain and imbalance. Osteopathy works in many treatments such as body awareness sessions, individual exercises and relaxation techniques which further helps you to move your body in gentle ways. Osteopathy is a manual therapy which does not involve drugs or surgery. Osteopaths use their hands to find the problems in the body. Osteopathy includes many approaches like massage, stretching muscles and ligaments and so on. Osteopaths gently massage with the hands in particular areas of the body.

osteopathyBenefits of Osteopathy

Osteopathy is beneficial for curing pain. The various benefits of osteopathy are :

1) Osteopathy helps in reducing pain and stiffness in joints.

2)Osteopathy helps in decreasing the stress on joints.

 

3)Osteopathy is beneficial for relieving tension headaches.

 

4)It is also beneficial for treating spinal problems.

 

5) It is also beneficial for chronic pain.

 

6)It helps in increasing blood circulation.

 

7)It helps in reducing blood pressure.

 

8)It decreases the mental stress of the body.

 

9)It helps in improving joint mobility.

 

10)It is also beneficial for those peoples who suffer from kidney diseases.

Osteopathy is a system of primary health care that uses manual ‘hands-on’ treatment techniques to treat disorders originating from the neuro-musculoskeletal system. Osteopathy is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together.

Osteopaths use physical manipulation, stretching and massage with the aim of:

  1. Increasing the mobility of joints
  2. Relieving muscle tension
  3. Enhancing the blood supply to tissues
  4. Decrease the stress on the joints
  5. Helping the body to heal
  6. Help the body to adapt to hormonal and structural changes during pregnancy

 

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Your osteopath is able to provide treatments that provide relief from the symptoms of many chronic illnesses such as asthma, arthritis, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). By giving you time to be aware of yourself and your body, osteopathy can be very relaxing. It is also known to reduce stress levels by increasing the efficiency of your body’s systems like blood flow, nerve supply, and the immune system.

With experience, Osteopathic Manual Practitioners learn to palpate not just superficially, but also very deeply within the body. Sensory information is received through touch receptors in the fingertips and palms, as well as through the proprioceptors (motion and position sensors) embedded deep in the joints of the hands, wrists, arms, and even the shoulders.

To know more about Osteopathy you can visit spine wise @ http://www.spinewise.ca/

Osteopathy is a  drug-free, non-invasive manual therapy that improves the overall health of the body by manipulating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. It is a natural medicine with the intention of restoring the normal function of the body by treating the causes of pain and imbalances that may be the result of injury, illness, stress, and the chronicity of daily living. Treatment involves gentle and subtle manipulation, especially of the muscles and soft tissues. The doctor may stretch or massage the muscle. These techniques include stretching, gentle pressure, and resistance, known as osteopathic manipulative medicine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are several benefits of Osteopathy which are as follows –

  1. Osteopathy removes the underlying cause of pain.
  2. It reduces pain and stiffness in muscles and joints.
  3. Increase the range of motions in the joints.
  4. Encourage the body to heal itself.
  5. Relieve chronic pain.
  6. Decrease the stress on the joints
  7. Reduce tension in the body.
  8. Relieve tension headaches and migraine headaches
  9. Help the body to adapt to hormonal and structural changes during pregnancy.
  10. This therapy helps to improve postural problems due to pregnancy, sports injury, driving or work strain, or digestive issues.
  11. Treat spinal problems resulting from poor posture or spinal disk injuries.

best osteopathy treatment

 

Osteopaths are joint health professionals that offer patient-scented approaches to healthcare and functional improvement which recognize the important link between the structure of the body and the way it works. Osteopaths target on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function as a holistic unit.

Osteopaths use a range of access to enhance function, including manual therapy, exercise therapy and programming, equipment prescription, lifestyle advice and patient education.

It is an occupation in medicine that focuses on curing problems in muscles and bones, also in nerves by the virtue of working on the muscles and bones as they are all interlinked.

List of benefits of Osteopathy

  1. Noninvasive, No Medication

Osteopathy is more invasive. There is no surgery. You don’t need to take any medicine. Osteopathy therapies don’t involve any kind of drug.

  1. Cure from Many Ailments

Osteopathy can be used for a plethora of circumstances and illness. Neck pain, back pain, injuries, physical stress or anxiety related stress, tennis elbow, menstrual pain and even asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease can be treated with osteopathy.

  1. Precautionary Therapy

Osteopathy is effective in providing ease and curing a few conditions, it is also a preventive practice.

Spinewise Offers best Osteopathy treatment in Bowmanville ON. Visit Today for excellent results.

Osteopathy Treatment Massage

Osteopathy is the treatment of massage of bones, joints, and muscles. The philosophy of osteopathy states that the function and structure of the body work together to achieve integrated function. Osteopathy generates the muscles, ligaments, and joints. Osteopathy involves therapeutic techniques like cranial treatment, muscle stretches to help relieve pain and improve the overall function of the body. Osteopaths are to relieve persons aches and pains. Osteopathy helps people with a variety of symptoms. Osteopathy is a process of treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging person’s muscles and joints. The principle of osteopathy is that it depends on their bones, ligaments, and muscles functioning smoothly together.

Benefits

Osteopathic treatment helps to reduce and cure pain in a number of different areas including back pain, neck pain, headaches, and ankle sprains. This treatment helps to reduce the underlying cause of pain. Osteopathy helps in reducing stiffness in muscles and joints. It helps in increasing the range of motions in the joints. It helps in relieving chronic pain through non-invasive treatment. It reduces tension in the body.
It decreases the stress on joints. It is also beneficial for headaches and migraines.

Osteopathy is a therapy which is drug-free approach and is effective in maintaining health and functioning of the body. Osteopathy is a process of diagnosing, treating and prevents various health problems. Osteopathy covers all the characteristics of health and delivers the perfect health.

The process of Osteopathy explains the functioning and structure of the body works together to attain function. This therapy helps in focusing joints, muscles, organs and tissues for reducing patients pain, improves flexibility and balancing of the body. This process also helps in improving blood flow to affected areas.

 

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 Benefits of Osteopathic Treatment

There are many different osteopathic treatments for different problems. This therapy helps to believe in treating the patients.

This therapy is based on a principle that all body parts are interconnected and functioning of one part is dependent on another body part. This therapy helps in reducing the pain. Pain is reduced in muscles and joints. You can increase the range of motions in the joints and spinal problems because of disk injuries.

Osteopathy helps in reducing stress on joints and relieving tensions in body, headaches and migraines. This treatment helps in relieving chronic pains. The other benefit of this therapy is that it has the ability to adapt the structural change in pregnancy.osteopathy also beneficial for asthma and IBS patients.

This therapy has the ability to encourage the body to heal itself. It helps to reduce blood pressure. This process helps to deal with the whole body ailments. It’s not only deal with your bones and joints.

This treatment helps in relaxing your body and reduces your stress and increasing efficiency of your body. This treatment includes massage and many other manipulate techniques.

Experienced osteopathy specialists in Bowmanville. Huge range of services available including acupuncture, sports injury treatment and more. Call 905-623-8388.

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