EXPERIENCE FULL-BODY ALIGNMENT AND FULL-BODY HEALTH; OSTEOPATHIC MANIPULATION HELPS YOU FEEL BETTER, SLEEP BETTER, AND STAY MORE ACTIVE AND HEALTHY.
Osteopathy’s central mission is treating the whole person and not just their symptoms, and that structure affects function with every part of the body linked to and affecting every other part.
Osteopathy uses hands-on therapy to diagnose, treat and prevent illness or injury. The goal is pain-free movement and overall health.
Osteopathy uses hands-on therapy to diagnose, treat and prevent illness or injury. Doctors of osteopathy (D.O.) are medical doctors and provide patients with all the procedures, techniques and sub-specialties of standard western medicine, however osteopathic manipulation adds an additional dimension of care.
WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
Osteopathic manipulation (OM) uses a very wide variety of physical techniques that involve direct use of the hands. It may resemble massage, chiropractic, rolfing, acupressure, reflexology, assisted stretching, assisted range of motion, craniosacral therapy, etc. Osteopaths learn a wide variety of ways to work with the body depending on different conditions and people. Dr. Bloch also has expertise in craniosacral therapy, acupuncture and sound vibration healing, which he can uniquely incorporate into his OMT treatments.
WHAT TO EXPECT…
Structure influences function so OM helps a person’s body function to its best potential by addressing any mechanical or musculoskeletal problems. Patients can breathe better, move better, sleep better, utilize their energy more effectively, have improved flow of blood, nervous and lymphatic tissues, and generally stay more active and healthy. Equipped with OM in addition to all other advances of medical technology, D.O.s offer their patients the most comprehensive care available in medicine today.
WHO CAN BENEFIT?
- PEOPLE OF ALL AGES AND BACKGROUNDS
- CHRONIC NECK PAIN
- CHRONIC BACK PAIN
- ORTHOPEDIC PROBLEMS
- MOTOR-COORDINATION PROBLEMS
- CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DISORDERS
- DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS
- NEUROVASCULAR PROBLEMS
- IMMUNE DISORDERS
- EMOTIONAL OR SOMATOSENSORY BLOCKAGES
- STRESS AND TENSION
- TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT PROBLEMS
- INFANTILE DISORDERS
- LEARNING DISABILITIES
- CHRONIC FATIGUE
- POST-SURGICAL RECOVERY