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What is cranial osteopathy? | Excelsior Integrative

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What is cranial osteopathy?

Cranial osteopathy also widely known as craniosacral therapy, is a system of detecting and treating subtle restrictions in any of the body’s tissues, including the skull and sacrum (the large triangular bone at the base of the spine.) Osteopaths use a very light touch to ‘listen’ to the subtle messages communicated by the body, pinpointing [...]

What is cranial osteopathy?2024-05-28T21:33:20-04:00

Pins and needles in your hands? Here’s what’s really going on!

The carpal tunnel is a narrow passageway on the underside of your wrist, made up of bones and ligaments. The median nerve passes through this passage way into the hand, where it controls the sensation of the thumbs and the first three fingers. The space in this narrow passageway becomes compromised due to scar tissue [...]

Pins and needles in your hands? Here’s what’s really going on!2024-05-28T21:45:07-04:00

Exploring Osteopathy: A Holistic Approach to Health and Wellbeing

Osteopathy, rooted in the visionary principles of Dr. A.T. Still, offers a holistic approach to health and wellbeing, emphasizing the interconnectedness of the body's systems. Through gentle yet effective manual techniques, osteopaths aim to restore balance and alleviate restrictions, promoting the body's innate ability to heal. Whether addressing musculoskeletal issues, digestive discomfort, or cognitive dysfunction, osteopathy offers a comprehensive solution for those seeking holistic healthcare.

Exploring Osteopathy: A Holistic Approach to Health and Wellbeing2024-05-08T09:44:54-04:00

Concussions: an osteopathic approach

A concussion is defined as any traumatic injury involving either; a blow to the head, or a hit to the body causing the head (and brain within) to move about in a violent jerking motion. The effects of a concussion can last anywhere from a matter of hours to a few weeks. In fewer cases, [...]

Concussions: an osteopathic approach2024-05-01T19:53:36-04:00

Osteopathy: a drugless solution for menstrual dysfunction

It is estimated that more than 50% of women experience some degree of pain with their menses. This ranges from tolerable cramping to excruciating pain requiring the use of over the counter drugs such as Advil, Ibuprofen and Naproxen. Symptoms are often accompanied by headaches, diarrhea/constipation, nausea and fatigue to name a few. The conventional [...]

Osteopathy: a drugless solution for menstrual dysfunction2024-05-01T19:50:08-04:00
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