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Incorporating concepts of self-healing and holism, osteopathy employs a variety of techniques according to your individual lesion pattern.  It works by removing mechanical restrictions upon fluid dynamics, cavity pressures and joint mobility.

What’s it good for?

What’s it good for? Osteopathy helps with conditions that affect the muscles, bones and joints, such as lower back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, arthritis, problems with the pelvis, hips and legs, sports injuries, muscle and joint pain associated with driving, work or pregnancy.

Who practices this?

Jimmy Morris