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Osteopathic Manual Therapy follows the theory that imbalances in the human structure contribute to or are directly related to the development and maintenance of disease. The role of the osteopathic manual practitioner is to encourage the body's natural ability to self-heal and self-regulate by removing any and all obstacles and obstructions that will interfere with the proper nutrition and drainage of the body's tissues.
Using a principles-based approach, manual osteopathic treatment is not restricted to one area but treats the body as a whole and each treatment is unique to the individual patient.