WHY VISIT KARA FOR OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT:
Pain Management, Injury, Relaxation, Fertility, Pregnancy, Postpartum, iInfants & Children
OSTEOPATHY FOR PAIN MANAGEMENT, INJURY & POSTURE
Osteopathy is a manual therapy that manipulates muscle tissue and bone in an attempt to restore balance and function in the body while considering all major body systems. The manual osteopath uses palpitation, joint mobilization, and soft tissue techniques while taking into account the relationship structure and function of the body. Position, posture, and alignment are evaluated.
To treat imbalances and restrictions found in the head, base of skull and neck. Cranial osteopathy is very gentle and is effective to treat symptoms related to headache, jaw and facial tension/pain including TMJ, sleep issues, anxiety and depression. Cranial osteopathy is appropriate for all ages, from infants to elderly.
OSTEOPATHY FOR FERTILITY
Osteopathy benefits the individual/couple trying to conceive by helping the body achieve the ideal environment for conception.
OSTEOPATHY FOR PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM
During pregnancy and afterwards, osteopathy can help the body adapt to the transformations it undergoes. Common reasons for visiting an osteopath during pregnancy and postpartum include: back pain, pelvic girdle pain, hip pain, sciatic pain, headache, carpal tunnel, digestive issues, heartburn/reflux
OSTEOPATHY FOR BABY
Osteopathy can assist parents’ to ease babies discomforts. Often during pregnancy and delivery baby will experience discomfort related to positions they were in for prolonged periods of time or their experience during labor and delivery upon entering the world. Osteopathy is non-invasive, gentle and safe for baby. Treatments follow baby’s needs during the appointment and baby is only treated when they are in a position that allows them to be calm and comfortable. Osteopathy can help treat symptoms such as torticollis, colic, digestive issues, sleep issues, and general discomfort.
OSTEOPATHY FOR CHILDREN
Osteopathy is beneficial at all ages and developmental milestones.