Osteopathic Manual Practitioners are skilled health care professionals who assess and treat the whole person
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners recognize that symptoms may not come from the area that the patient has issues with. There may be several factors contributing to the symptoms that the patient is experiencing
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners possess refined palpatory skills
developed through many years of training
Osteopathic Manual Practitioners treatment is very efficient, reducing
the number of visits required
removes the underlying cause of pain, reduces pain and stiffness in muscles and joints, increases range of motion in the joints, treats spinal problems resulting from poor posture or spinal disc injuries, relieves chronic pain through non-invasive treatment, decreases stress on the joints, reduces tension in the body, relieves tension and migraine headaches, helps the body adapt during pregnancy, reduces scars and adhesions, treats trauma resulting from injuries or accidents, encourages the body to heal itself, increases circulation, reduces blood pressure.