Osteopaths take a holistic approach to treating the whole-body including joints, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. This whole-body approach is what distinguishes osteopathy from other disciplines. Osteopaths understand the interconnected nature of the human body and aim to treat the cause of your condition. This approach extends the benefits of osteopathic treatment beyond initial symptom relief and helps to prevent or reduce recurring conditions. Osteopathy is known to positively affect the circulatory, nervous, and lymphatic systems. While treatment outcomes do vary, people often experience noticeable improvement to their movement, mobility, and overall health and well-being. They use a range of gentle, hands on techniques aimed at restoring your muscle function and improving joint movement and flexibility.