Osteopathy Manual

Osteopathy Manual Therapy in Owen Sound

Osteopathy Manual Therapy (OMT) is a form of drug-free, non-invasive manual medicine focusing on total body health. OMT treats and strengthens the musculoskeletal frame work, which includes the:

  • Joints
  • Muscles
  • Spine

OMT’s main aim is to positively affect the body’s nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems. Osteopathy is a manual form of healing that emphasizes the internal relationship between the structure and function of the body. Scott Morrison R.M.T offers osteopathy treatments to help with a variety of pain. Call the office for more information or schedule an appointment online.

“Getting results in a different manner.” – A.T. Still

Osteopathy as a Stress Reliever & More

If you find yourself overly stressed and in need of relaxation, you might consider visiting an osteopath as a form of stress relief as many patients find the treatment methods used by osteopaths to be highly relaxing. Due to the holistic nature of osteopathy, your osteopath will probably advise you on how to improve your posture. You may even find poor posture to be the main source of your pain. This is especially common for people who visit an osteopath complaining of back or hip pain. Through the advice and manual manipulation, osteopathy is able to treat problems caused by bad posture.

Osteopathy can help you to manage your lifestyle in order to prevent further problems that you would otherwise develop because of poor posture. It can also help with back pain during pregnancy as well as recovery from injuries and surgery.

Osteopathic Principles Believe in the Body’s Ability to Heal Itself

Osteopathic Manual Practitioners diagnose and treat dysfunctions by manipulating the body’s bone, ligaments, myofascia and muscle. In this way, OMT balances the autonomic nervous system, organs and glands to maintain health and defend against disease. Osteopathy is human engineering, with osteopathic manual practitioners who understand all the laws governing his “engine,” allowing him to master disease.

To book an appointment or ask a question, get in touch today!