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               Are you see yourself in the mirror with head tilted or rotated more to one side? Do you see a high or lower shoulder? Do you feel that you can't sit straight or standing straight? Do you feel one of the shoulder is too tight and arms can't be relaxed? Yes, you find postural misalignment.  

               Everyday life puts considerable stress on our joints, ligaments and tendons.  They are constantly in use and under force, it is therefore not surprising that they can lose flexibility and become stiff, diminishing our range of movement, and the joint, ligaments and tendons become painful or incur an injury.  

             Manipulating your joint(s) using this technique, helps the body’s natural lubricating system (otherwise known as synovial fluid) to coat the affected joints and tendons, resulting in a smooth increased range of movement and less pain owing to reduced friction.  Blood flow is encouraged to the afflicted area, feeding the damaged tissue and helping to rid the body of toxins.

             Osteopathy is a therapeutic approach will result in instantaneous changes of the bony fascial structures and soft tissues, or reduction of muscular and postural tensions. At Pure Wellness, we manually adjust your body to remove internal blockages, alleviate pain, and facilitate inner healing.

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Osteopathic Osteoarticulation for Restricted/Painful Joint

Visceral Manipulation

           Visceral Manipulation (VM) was developed by renowned French Osteopath and Physical Therapist, Jean-Pierre Barral. Through organ-specific fascial mobilization, VM assists functional and structural imbalances throughout the body including musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, urogenital, respiratory, digestive and lymphatic dysfunction. It evaluates and treats the dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, fascia, and ligaments. VM increases proprioceptive communication within the body, thereby revitalizing a person and relieving symptoms of pain, dysfunction, and poor posture.

           For self-check  whenever you have any doubt on the organs, you can lightly pressure touch the center area between the xyphoid and umbilicus. If it feel like a bunch piece of extra-crunchy tissue underneath or harder surface comparing to the belly, you need a VM fascial balance session.

             The core of Visceral Manipulation (VM) is 'listening' to the tissues with our hands. Through manual listening techniques, trained hands of a skilled practitioner feel where the tissues are pulling toward the areas of restriction, the areas where the body is not moving, and the areas of the greatest impact on the person's wellbeing from the manual therapy perspective.  Sunny is  a certified VM  technician at the level 4.

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    Benefit with

  • Chronic musculoskeletal pain

  • Headaches and Migraines

  • Sciatica

  • Back, hip and knee pain

  • Repetitive strain injuries, e.g. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Whiplash and other physical trauma

  • Shoulder periarthritis and capsulitis

  • Restricted range of motion

  • Vertigo

  • Post-surgical pain and Scar tissue

  • Post-cardiac surgery

  • Swallowing difficulties

  • Acid Reflux and Heartburn

  • Women's health issues

  • Endometriosis

  • Fibroids and Cysts

  • Bladder incontinence

  • Crohn's Disease

  • Liver disorders

  • Digestive disorders

  • Neuromotor problems

  • Emotional disorders

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • and much more

Therapeutic Results

A man in his mid-forties came to see me with low back and knee pain, overall low energy, as well as digestive problems. At the age of 40 he had an appendectomy. Scar tissue had formed that decreased the mobility of his large intestine. Scar tissue also pulled down on his right kidney. Since the kidney, which has a strong effect on energy and metabolism, was not moving and working properly, he felt tired. The restriction of the kidney also caused the muscles and fascia around that kidney to be tight, which caused low back pain and misalignment of his right leg. Because of this misalignment and the compression of the nerves behind the kidney that go to the knee, he was also experiencing right knee pain. These symptoms of right knee pain, right low back pain, low energy, and digestive problems were all linked back to scar tissue from the appendectomy at age 40. By releasing the scar tissue and enabling the intestines and kidney to move properly, his symptoms abated.

  • Manual Osteopathy Therapy

  • Massage Therapy

  • Osteoarticulation for Restricted/Painful Joints or Spine

  • Visceral Manipulation(RMT,MOT)

  • Neura Manipulation for Trauma(MOT)

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