Erin and James are currently students of the Canadian School of Osteopathy, after 5 years of study and a research paper they will be Manual Osteopathic Practioners. Erin is in her 5th year and James his 3rd. Manual Osteopathy is a manual therapy that considers the body as a whole in order to prevent, diagnose, and treat dysfunctions in the body. It involves all structures composing the body, and helps restore the body’s naturally healthy state. Manual Osteopathy takes into account the different connections between the systems composing your body: physiological, anatomical, psychological, and environmental.
For example, the loss of mobility of a joint, a muscle, a ligament, or the viscera, can create symptoms elsewhere in the body.
“To find health should be the object of the physician. Anyone can find disease”
-Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, Founder of Osteopathy