Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Osteopathic Manual Therapy is a hands-on, holistic approach to healthcare that uses gentle manipulation to affect and balance the body’s systems, including the musculoskeletal, nervous, and circulatory systems.

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What is Osteopathic Manual Therapy?

Osteopathic Manual Therapy (OMT) is a holistic approach that utilizes hands-on techniques to promote healing and restore balance in the body. OMT works to alleviate immediate concerns while also addressing the root causes of discomfort, promoting relaxation and fostering long-term resilience and vitality through a comprehensive and personalized approach.

How Osteopathic Manual Therapy Can Help

OMT can help you by addressing musculoskeletal issues, promoting healing, and restoring overall balance in your body. Through precise manipulation, stretching, and pressure application, OMT aims to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and enhance the body’s natural ability to heal itself. OMT is personalized to your specific needs, considering the interconnectedness of your body’s structures and systems. Whether you’re dealing with specific discomfort or seeking to improve your overall well-being, OMT can empower you with effective and tailored therapeutic interventions for a holistic approach to health.

Investing in Osteopathic Manual Therapy can lead to improvements in overall body health and well-being. Our practitioners utilize a whole-person approach to healthcare and will work with you to develop a treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and goals.

Meet Our Osteopathic Manual Therapists

Our practitioners work closely with patients to understand their unique needs and concerns, develop customized treatment plans, and provide ongoing support and guidance.

Cassie Brown
Cassie Brown

M.OMSc

Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Dana McDonald
Dana McDonald

B.Sc, M.OMSc

Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Most commonly used for back pain, OMT can effectively treat a number of conditions, such as: migraines, IBS, fibromyalgia, poor blood flow, stress injuries, and more.

The appointment will include a thorough assessment of your medical history, current concerns and a physical examination. The practitioner will use hands-on techniques to evaluate your body's structure and function to identify areas of tension or imbalance. Following the assessment the practitioner will discuss a personalized treatment plan that outlines the specific techniques and approaches tailored to address your individual needs. 

Most OMT sessions last between 30 minutes to 1 hour.

While most individuals benefit from 2 to 5 sessions, the actual number of OMT sessions required will vary depending on your concern. Your OMT will create a personalized health plan with a recommended number of sessions.

Most major providers of extended health insurance have some level of OMT coverage. Check with your health plan provider to see if you’re eligible for OMT coverage.

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