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Osteopathy may help with a wide range of issues in the early weeks and months of life. From concerns with feeding, including latching and colic, to structural issues including torticollis and plagiocephaly, Many issues that seem like you must wait them out may be improved through osteopathic care.

  Osteopathy for Infants

 
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Osteopathy may help with a number of childhood issues and concerns including reoccurring and chronic infections and earaches, scoliosis, growing pains, headaches and migraines, concussions and sports injuries, digestive issues, and anxiety. 

Osteopathy for Children

 
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Osteopathy may help with a wide range of common health issues including recent injuries, chronic aches and pains, sore joints and muscular tensions, headaches and migraines, chronic illnesses, sciatica, scoliosis, tennis elbow, concussion and whiplash, digestive issues, chronic pain, TMJ, vertigo, and breathing and sinus issues. 

Osteopathy for Adults

 
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Osteopathy may help with many common issues related to pregnancy including morning sickness, back pain and sciatica, SPD (symphysis pubis dysfunction), digestive issues,  breathing restrictions, and positioning of the baby prior to delivery. Similarly, osteopathic therapy can be beneficial post labour and delivery to help your body recover quicker. 

Osteopathy for Pregnancy

 
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Cranial osteopathy may help with many common ailments including headaches, migraines, sound sensitivity, light sensitivity, inability to focus or concentrate, vertigo, dizziness, balance, and vision issues. Consequently, many of the symptoms associated with post-concussion and whiplash injuries may be improved through osteopathic care.

Osteopathy for headaches and concussions 

 

Osteopathy in your Golden years

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Osteopathy may help with many common issues that can be experienced with aging, including aches and pains from recent or chronic injuries, sore joints including osteoarthritis, balance and coordination issues, and issues related to limited mobility.

Some common reasons to consult with an osteopath