Diploma in Osteopathic manual practice. He is OCPCC and OAOP members.
WHAT IS MANUAL OSTEOPATHY?
Artificial osteopathy (also known as osteopathy or European-style osteopathy) is a non-invasive, hands-on treatment that should include understanding the structure and function of the body, the body as a unit and a close relationship with the body. The body is a capable self-healing mechanism. It provides a painless, unique, gentle and caring approach designed to treat causes rather than symptoms. The goal is to maximize the health of the patient so that their body functions as optimally as possible. Artificial bone disease is one of the most effective treatments for chronic pain caused by musculoskeletal diseases
The efficacy of osteopathic manual therapy applications for multiple diseases such as chronic nonspecific lower back pain has been demonstrated in the clinical setting. Osteopathy refers to a form of drug-free non-invasive hands-on treatment that uses a variety of manual physical therapies which include muscle energy techniques, joint mobilization and manipulation, soft tissue techniques, and other practical techniques. Treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework that includes the joints, muscles and spine are its main features. Similarly, acupuncture is also a form of drug-free treatment that has been accepted to effectively treat chronic pain by inserting needles into the specific points on the patient's meridians. Acupuncture can correct the imbalance in one's body by targeting perceivable areas at skin level and is also known to be effective in relieving pain. By combining osteopathic and acupuncture techniques, we can develop treatment plans that synergistically utilize both techniques to more effectively treat numerous conditions.