One of the most common reasons people see Osteopathic Practitioners is pain, especially chronic and complex pain.
While manual osteopathy offers a unique, whole-person approach using hands-on techniques, the key to managing chronic and complex pain requires more than just skilled hands.
It requires understanding:
Up to date research on pain science
Which exercise interventions will help
How nutrition may factor in your pain experience
The effect of thought patterns and behaviours on pain
How hyper-sensitivity can manifest in the body and what to do about it
OsteopathyBC Practitioners have a minimum of 4 years education in Osteopathy with many holding two (or more) professional designations. As osteopathy is still unregulated in BC, ensure that your Osteopathic Practitioner has the best tools to be a part of your pain management team.
From the heart and mind of Multidimensional Health