Osteopathy can provide a range of benefits beyond simply treating pain and discomfort. By improving the function of your body’s systems, you may experience increased energy levels, improved digestion, and better sleep. Osteopathy can also help to prevent future injuries and illnesses by addressing the root cause of issues before they become chronic.
What to Expect During an Osteopathic Treatment
During an osteopathic treatment, your practitioner will take a detailed medical history and perform a physical examination to identify any areas of tension or restriction. Treatment may involve gentle stretching, massage, and manipulation of the joints and soft tissues to restore balance to the body. Osteopathic treatment is safe and non-invasive, making it a great option for people of all ages and health conditions.
Conditions an Osteopath Can Support
When your mind, body and spirit are in balance, the body is able to function at its highest capacity. An osteopath is a skilled therapist with highly developed palpation and can help to improve your quality of life. An Osteopath can support:
– Babies with digestive problems and trouble latching
– Babies who are tongue tied
– Babies with torticollis
– Prenatal and Postpartum Care
– Breast feeding support and low breast milk supply
– Incontinence, constipation, diarrhea
– Reflux and heartburn
– Migraines, headaches and neck tension
– Post-Concussion Syndrome
– Back Pain
– Low Energy and Brain Fog
– Period Pain, PMS and PMDD
In summary, if you are experiencing pain, discomfort or other health issues, an Osteopath might be the member of your care team you’ve been searching for. Our Osteopath, Kaitlyn Sobey, works to improve your quality of life and restore balance to your body’s systems through her holistic approach and gentle techniques.
We’re thrilled to have her as part of our team, and your health network.
Kaitlyn Sobey, D.O.M.P.