O.M.P. - Osteopathic Manipulative Practitioner.
He graduated from Chiropractic College and Osteopathic studies in England in 1982 and further Osteopath studies in Canada 2011/2012. Richard Stuart is currently teaching the Cranio/Sacral modality in a Canadian Osteopathic College. Richard has studied 35 different modalities and has been in practise since 1983. His unique style integrates the many styles of practises he has learned, so that most applications are very gentle and effective for treating painful conditions. Much of the current Osteopathic work is using neuromuscular techniques to restore muscle function, which is where a lot of body pain originates.
Richard Stuart is an Osteopathic Manipulative Practitioner.
In addition to the above Richard taught basic and advanced modules of the Bodytalksystem for 15 yrs and, often incorporates this into Osteopathic treatments. This is also called energy medicine, just think of your self as a computer where some of the software has lost programming (due to knocks bangs falls car accidents heart ache or loss, this method turns the software back on so you are not running on inferior back up systems and feeling lack lustre. Most of my work is dealing with headaches, neck pain,back pain, hi,p knee, and foot pain.
Richard Stuart is not an M.D. or a Lic Chiropractor.
Cranio Sacral Therapy
A system of gentle touch designed to enhance the functioning Of the membranes, tissues, fluids, and bones surrounding or associated with the brain and spinal cord.
Myofascial release is a manipulative treatment that attempts to release tension in the fascia due to trauma, posture, or inflammation. Connective tissues called fascia surround the muscles, bones, nerves, and organs of the body.
Neruomuscular technique relates to nerve and muscle dysfunctions. A muscle can be too short, too long or too weak. These conditions can be easily corrected, thereby alleviating chronic conditions.
Muscle Energy Technique
Muscle energy technique is a form of manual therapy which uses a muscles own energy in the form of gentle isometric contractions to relax the muscles via autogenic or reciprocal inhibition, to lengthen a muscle.
Joint mobilization is a “hands on” osteopathic technique commonly used in a clinical setting to improve range of motion of a joint in order to reduce stiffness and pain.
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