What do Osteopaths do?
Osteopaths treat the person not the condition. All areas of symptoms are taken into account, and the osteopath works with structural imbalances that are present in the body to restore a state of physical balance.
Benefits of treatment
Osteopathic treatment is aimed at improving the all round health of the individual as well as the relief of symptoms. Patients often report an improvement in general well-being, energy levels, sleep patterns and also in areas of symptoms other than those that brought them to the osteopath in the first place.
Please contact Chris or Margi if you want to find out whether osteopathy is likely to be able to help you.
An osteopath might be likened to an engineer, a watchsmith of the organism, who not only evaluates and treats the causes of dysfunction, but also verifies preventively all the necessary mechanisms and systems of our physiology, which rule the balance and health of a Human Being.
Philippe Druelle, D.O. President of the Canadian College of Osteopathy