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Why Naturopathy

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Osteopathy is a hands on manual therapy. It focuses on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function as a whole and to find the root cause of the problematic.

We uses Multiple a variety of manual therapy technics such as (adjustments, massage, muscle energy, counterstain, visceral, cranial-sacral, ETC

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Muscles and joint pain

Back issues, joint issues from head to toes. (TMJ, knees, Shoulders, ETC)

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Pediatry

Torticolis, reflux, plagiocephaly, digestive issues, breastfeeding, etc.

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Headache and migraine

Including concussions, whiplash, cervical dysfunctions.

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Digestive Concern

Bloating, constipation, detoxification, reflux, stomach ache.

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Sport injuries

To optimize your recovery,

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Fertility and pregnancy

Back issues, PMS and periods, preparation for labour.

Why Massag Therapy

Why Massage Therapy?

It can help with

Massage and manual therapy can help to induce relaxation and relieve stress of the body and the mind. Laura uses a variety of modalities in addition to general Swedish massage to help you find ease and freedom in the tissues and systems of your body.

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Myofascial Release

Myofascial release (MFR) therapy focuses on releasing muscle shortness and tenseness. It is an effective treatment used to address ongoing back, shoulder and hip pain, or virtually any pain in an area containing soft tissue. Many patients also seek myofascial treatment after losing flexibility or function following an injury.

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CranioSacral

CranioSacral Therapy is a hands-on technique that works directly with the central nervous system. It’s performed through gently working with the spine, the skull, cranial sutures, diaphragms, and fascia to help release tensions deep in the body to relive pain and dysfunction and improve overall health.

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Trigger Point Release

A trigger point is a hyperirritable spot in your fascia, the connective tissue attached to your muscles. Trigger points are formed when muscles grow tight into ‘knots’ due to constant tension.  These knots usually correspond to referred pain, which is pain felt at a different point than where the injury occurred.

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