Learn About Shockwave Therapy

shock wave therapy

Question?  What is Shockwave Therapy and how does it work? A clinical shockwave therapy is nothing more than a controlled explosion that creates acoustic energy, much like an airplane breaking the sound barrier or when lightning strikes. The greatest effect of a shock wave therapy is a regeneration of diseased tissue and ability to control pain.   The main benefits for shockwave therapy is based on inflammatory healing response. Every time shock wave is used during treatment, it causes microtrauma to the treated tissue. So, diseased muscle, tendon or ligament are caused to undergo inflammatory state which allows the body to recruit healing cells that come to the area inside … [Read more...]

Osteopathy for Babies and Children in Mississauga

  Cranial osteopathy for babies & children is performed in a gentle and non-invasive way whereby the osteopathic practitioner aids the body’s natural self correcting mechanism to relieve trauma that may have occurred during birth or adolescence. The movement of the baby through the birth canal during delivery results that the head is moved in several specific directions whilst undergoing the powerful pressure of the contractions, this naturally causes some overlapping of the skull and compression. Some compressions may correct it spontaneously after the birth as the baby cries or suckles; however during some delivery babies experience unusual stresses, especially if the birth has … [Read more...]

Cranial Osteopathy in Mississauga

Cranio Sacral system consists of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds and protect the brain the brain and spinal cord. It extends from the occipital bone of the scull (the cranium), down into the sacrum. Cranial Osteopathy is a gentle but effective clinical approach that can be used in acutely painful or delicate conditions for people of all ages, from newborn babies to the elderly. The osteopathic practitioner uses a light touch, to assess and treats restrictions or imbalances (lesions) within the cranium (scull). D.O.M.P’s develop specific palpation skills to feel the rhythm of the cerebrospinal called “the primary respiratory mechanism”. Its action is part of normal … [Read more...]