We’ll be honest – osteopathic therapy is one of those things that’s hard to explain. You need to experience it to understand it.

Osteopathy is a unique approach to manual medicine and physical therapy that focuses on the relationship between the structure and function of the body.

Osteopaths work to restore and maintain your mobility, structural stability and optimal body function by using hands-on techniques to correct restrictions within your body. These restrictions often occur due to injury, overuse and chronic illness – all of which can influence your muscles, joints, nerves, connective tissue, circulation and internal organs.

When your body is free of restrictions, it has the natural ability to heal itself.

Osteopathic therapy is incredibly effective at decreasing pain and discomfort (whether chronic or acute) and relieving chronic issues like migraines, TMJ, sciatica or post-concussion syndrome. It also helps to lower the risk of future injuries and improves your overall quality of life by helping you live pain-free.

Tired of reaching for the pain killers?  Have a nagging issue that just won’t go away? Our Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, Caitie Morrissey, would love to help you find the relief you need in a sustainable, lasting way.

Book a complimentary visit with Caitie online here.

Here’s what Caitie, our Osteopath can help you with:

  • Acute or chronic neck or back pain
  • Arthritis and other muscle or joint pain
  • Concussions and post-concussion syndrome
  • Disc herniation and/or sciatica
  • Jaw joint dysfunction (TMJ)
  • Migraines and headaches
  • Sports injuries & repetitive strain injuries
  • Postural, digestive or respiratory problems

What to expect…

During your initial visit, Caitie will take a thorough history of your concern and do an in-depth physical assessment. Once you establish your goals together, you can expect a series of gentle techniques used to restore mobility, structural stability, adaptability and optimal body function. This includes:

  • Gentle realignment of joints
  • Internal organ mobilization (we promise, it’s not painful like it sounds!)
  • Muscle and connective tissue release
  • Craniosacral therapy

The number and frequency of sessions you will need depend on what’s happening in your body – the exact concerns you have, how long you’ve been dealing with them and how you respond to treatments.

Let’s help you live the life you want with the health you need. Book a complimentary visit now to get started!



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