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What is Manual Osteopathic Treatment?

Osteopathic therapy is a gentle treatment in which the manual osteopath can use pressure or small movements on the right structure to bring balance back to the body. It is manual therapy, which means the therapist is doing both assessment and treatment with only their hands. The manual osteopath must consider all parts of the body, such as the joints, viscera, craniosacral system, and fluid system (arteries, veins and lymph) and also understand how they interact with each other. All of these systems are connected and working together. This means the cause or the problem may not always be where the pain or the symptom is. The manual osteopath uses manual techniques to balance all the body systems and to provide overall good health and wellbeing.   Services are covered under most insurance plans.

The Most Common Indications for Osteopathic Manual Therapy


  • Headaches, migraines, jaw pain

  • Neck, back, shoulder pain

  • Nerve entrapments such as

  • sciatica, carpal tunnel, trigeminal neuralgia

  • Knee, hip and groin pain

  • Elbow, hand and wrist pain

  • Foot and ankle pain

  • Age related joint pain

  • Sports injuries

  • Workplace Injuries

  • Repetitive strain injury and postural related pain

Visceral Osteopathy

  • Acid reflux and digestive disorders

  • Respiratory problems (asthma)

  • Liver Disease

  • Gallbladder

  • Chronic Cystitis

  • Functional kidney disease

  • Organ ptosis

  • Allergies and immune system boosting

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Scar tissue post surgery

  • Organ related back and joint pain

  • Lymphatic congestion


60 minute treatment     $140

40 minute treatment     $100

30 minute treatment     $70

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