What is an Osteopractor?
An Osteopractor is a physical therapist or medical doctor who has completed an advanced post-graduate training program in the use of high-velocity low-amplitude thrust manipulation and dry needling for the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal conditions of the spine and extremities.
What is Osteopractic Physical Therapy?
We treat pain and neuromuscular and musculoskeletal conditions with a truly hands on (manual therapy) focused approach that positively impacts the nervous, vascular, muscular and skeletal systems. All of these systems interact to maintain the equilibrium of your body. If one of those systems is not working right, it affects the others and ultimately leads to pain and limited function. Osteropractic physical therapists skillfully combine scientifically proven manual therapy techniques such as spinal and extremity manipulation, dry needling, IASTM, and exercise into your treatment. By combining these techniques, we address the true cause of the pain/problem and more efficiently and effectively restore your body’s equilibrium. This approach ultimately eliminates your pain faster and for longer periods.