All Manipulation and Massage Articles

With a focus on function and range of motion, osteopathic techniques can be used to assess and treat a variety of painful areas.

With a focus on function and range of motion, osteopathic manipulations and techniques can be used to assess and treat a variety of painful areas, including the head, neck, shoulder, wrist, hip, knee and ankle.

For those with chronic back, neck, head, shoulder, ankle, or foot pain, osteopathic treatment may not only help to relieve your pain but, in many cases, can help to avoid surgery. (Part 1)

If you live with chronic back, neck, head, shoulder, ankle, or foot pain, osteopathic manipulation, in combination with other therapies (eg, medication), may help you avoid surgery and relieve pain.

A Q&A with Guild-Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner Cynthia Allen

Future Life Now's Cynthia Allen on how the Feldenkrais method and Awareness through Movement may help relieve symptoms of chronic pain, including complex pain conditions such as EDS and CRPS.

When it comes to conditions like osteoarthritis, a unique type of hands-on therapy may relieve your chronic pain.

Myofascial release therapy provides tissue manipulation to help keep the fascia healthy and strong.

Manipulation and massage therapy can help more than sore neck or back muscles. Learn about the types of doctors and tools that can help treat your chronic pain.

Osteopathic manipulation, chiropractic manipulation, and massage therapy can help manage a variety of chronic pain symptoms.
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