Treatment services for reducing and eliminating chronic pain

Reducing and eliminating chronic pain is possible. An Osteopathic Manual Practitioner takes a holistic view of you, your body, and your life to help your body heal and provide relief from your pain symptoms. While this approach differs from traditional western medical treatment, you may find it a better fit and more effective in helping you achieve a pain-free life. Our services for pain treatment include  osteopathy treatments, massage therapy and Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FMI).

Osteopathy Treatment

Osteopathy is an established recognized system of healthcare which relies on manual contact for diagnosis and treatment. It integrates the whole body, including the mind with emphasis on allowing the body’s intrinsic tendency for self-healing without pharmacological use.

Osteopathy was developed in the 19th century by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still who believed most medications were ineffective and even harmful. He recognized the body’s ability to heal itself and stressed preventative medicine, proper diet and physical activity. A simple prescription, but innovative at the time. Why it Works The…

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Massage Therapy 

Massage therapy has many benefits. Not only is it beneficial for chronic pain, muscular overuse or everyday stress, it can also help with muscle tension relief, help ease headaches and stress and improve your circulation.  Massage Therapy is the assessment and manipulation of soft tissues and joints to improve blood flow, relieve muscle tension and alleviate discomfort and pain. Human touch is in itself healing…

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Frequency Specific Microcurrent Treatment

Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) helps reduce inflammation to eliminate pain and aid in the healing of an acute injury or after an operative procedure. Inflammation can cause additional harm to the body after a sprain, fracture or wound. It is the body’s natural response to an injury or infection….

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To read more about how Osteopathy works, please visit the website of The Institute of Classical Osteopathy