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Osteopathy Therapy

Our Osteopaths help those suffering with migraines, vertigo, dizziness, brain fog, neck pain, suboccipital pain and more.

Osteopathy Therapy

Welcome to our neurological rehab clinic, where we offer a comprehensive range of therapies to assist individuals with various conditions and challenges.
One of the highly effective treatments we provide is osteopathy therapy, which has proven to be beneficial for those experiencing dizziness, vertigo, suboccipital pain, and more. 
Let’s delve into what osteopathy therapy is and how it can help you on your journey to recovery.
Our osteopaths are board Certified in Vestibular Rehab and Traumatic Brain Injury Rehab.

What Is Osteopathic Therapy?

Osteopathy therapy is an evidence based approach to healthcare that focuses on the musculoskeletal system, aiming to promote overall wellness and restore balance within the body. Osteopathic practitioners are trained to assess, diagnose, and treat a wide range of conditions, including those related to the neurological system.

When it comes to neurological issues such as dizziness, vertigo, and suboccipital pain, osteopathy therapy can be a valuable tool in addressing the underlying causes. By employing a hands-on approach, osteopaths use gentle manipulation techniques to restore proper alignment and function to the musculoskeletal system, thereby alleviating symptoms and promoting healing.
In the case of dizziness and vertigo, which can significantly impact one’s quality of life, osteopathy therapy can be particularly effective. Osteopaths understand that these conditions often stem from imbalances in the inner ear, cervical spine, or even the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). By carefully assessing the root cause, osteopaths with specialized training can tailor treatment plans that aim to correct these imbalances, reducing the frequency and severity of dizzy spells and vertigo episodes.
Suboccipital pain, characterized by discomfort at the base of the skull, can also be effectively managed through osteopathy therapy. Osteopaths employ various techniques, such as soft tissue mobilization, joint manipulation, and craniosacral therapy, to address muscular tension, joint dysfunction, and nerve impingements in the suboccipital region. Through this comprehensive approach, individuals often experience reduced pain and improved range of motion.
In conclusion, osteopathy therapy plays a crucial role in our neurological rehab clinic, assisting individuals with various conditions, including dizziness, vertigo, suboccipital pain, and more. Through its evidence based approach and hands-on techniques, osteopathy therapy aims to restore balance, alleviate symptoms, and promote overall well-being. If you’re seeking effective and compassionate care, we invite you to explore the benefits of osteopathy therapy at our clinic. We look forward to assisting you on your path to recovery.

Client getting manual neck therapy

Osteopathy Treament

At our neurological rehab clinic, we take pride in providing a warm and friendly environment where our skilled osteopaths work closely with each patient. They take the time to listen, understand individual needs, and tailor treatment plans accordingly. Our goal is not only to alleviate immediate symptoms but also to empower individuals with the knowledge and tools to manage their condition effectively in the long term.

Our Burlington team uses various techniques based on the body part that is being treated. The techniques used might relax tight muscles.  


We start out evaluating the body’s framework and posture, observing its functional patterns, and then we inspect the specific areas that are affected. In addition, passive movement testing is conducted, involving observing the body’s reactions to actions such as sitting, standing, and walking as this helps to see what is causing the underlying issue. 


The primary physical examination is conducted through touch, movement, and joint assessments. After this comprehensive assessment, a treatment plan is deliberated and discussed to ensure there is mutual agreement with the client ensuring clarity and understanding.

What Does Osteopathy Treat?

Osteopathic methods can be customized for individuals of diverse ages and with various health conditions. We provide this treatment for any and all patients experiencing the following concerns:

  • Post Concussion symptoms
  • Muscular pain in the neck, back, shoulder, or upper arm 
  • Suboccipital Neuralgia
  • Sciatica 
  • Joint pain due to arthritis
  • Sprains and strains in the elbow, wrist, knee, or ankle
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Vertigo, Dizziness
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Limited jaw mobility
  • Stress-related to posture
  • Repeated strain injuries
  • Specific challenges related to digestion and respiration
  • Aches and discomfort stemming from disruptions in the body’s structure, including chronic illnesses
  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) 
  • Fatigue
  • Plantar fasciitis-related discomfort
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome sensations
  • Tennis elbow discomfort
  • Frozen shoulder sensations
  • Scoliosis
  • Whiplash-related discomfort
  • Pain or adhesions following surgery
  • Tendonitis
  • Cramps, nausea, and abdominal pain
  • Heart palpitations
  • Respiratory problems (such as asthma)

In addition to dealing with existing issues, osteopathy also acts as a preventive measure against injuries and promotes overall well-being. Our team focuses on sustaining optimal health and increasing your quality of life through proactive application of  the techniques.

Osteopathy plays a role in maintaining an individual’s physical health and vitality  and we can help get you there!

Vestibular Rehab

Board Certified Vestibular Clinicians for BPPV, Vertigo, Migraine, Dizziness, Cervicogenic Vertigo, Balance 

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