Understanding what is in the body and how it works gives us the ability to understand what is going wrong and how to fix it.
What's the difference?
Studying a principles-based form of healthcare requires someone to know the underlying concept (or principle) of what they are trying to accomplish. This means not memorizing techniques, but learning how and why they work so they can be adjusted for every unique patient.
An Osteopath is trained to look at the body as a whole unit, every bone, muscle, nerve, vessel and organ. This allows us to see patterns that aren't transparent when you look at the systems individually.
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