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A Guide To Osteopathy: What You Should Know about Our Osteopaths | Orchard Health Clinic

A Guide To Osteopathy: What You Should Know about Our Osteopaths

  Are you experiencing aches and pains and seeking an alternative treatment to medication or surgery? In that case, osteopathy may be the path forward. However, if you are unfamiliar with this practice, fret not! Let our guide equip you with the knowledge you need to navigate the realm of osteopathy with confidence and insight.  […]

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Debunking 5 Common Myths About Osteopathy | Orchard Health Clinic

Debunking 5 Common Myths About Osteopathy

  Osteopathy is a holistic form of healthcare that aims to improve health across all body systems by manipulating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. By improving the body’s mobility and function, osteopaths can help patients heal and reduce their pain. In recent years, osteopathy is increasingly used alongside conventional treatment to improve patients’ health. However,

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SINUSITIS

Sinusitis

The sinuses are a network of small, hollow cavities inside the skull. They sit behind the cheekbones and forehead, opening into the nasal cavity. Tissues inside the sinuses produce mucus, which ordinarily drains into the nose. Sometimes, these tissues become inflamed and swell with fluid. Inflamed sinuses cannot drain properly, allowing mucus and other fluids

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How An Osteopath Can Help with Your Scoliosis | Orchard Health Clinic

How An Osteopath Can Help with Your Scoliosis

  Scoliosis is a spinal condition that usually occurs in children and teenagers. However, adults may also be diagnosed with scoliosis. This usually occurs when a curve in the adult’s spine (which has existed during their youth) gets progressively worse over time. Alternatively, it may be due to osteoporosis or degenerative changes in the spine.

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