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Native English speaker.
Certified osteopath (DO) specializing in treatments that facilitate healing, rehabilitation, and injury prevention, for adults, children and infants.
Experience with athletic injuries and rehab, infant and childhood development, pre/post natal care, acute and chronic pain and degenerative conditions.
Focusing on facilitating the health of joints and muscles, balancing the nervous system, improving the flow of blood and lymph through non-invasive manual therapy and helping to strengthen the framework of the body which in turn enhances functionality, and helps reduce pain.
Treatment for a variety of different conditions including:
- Acute or chronic back pain
- Shoulder and neck pain
- Headaches / migraines
- Knee pain
- Digestive issues
- Rehabilitation from athletic injuries
Treatment for different conditions in pediatrics including:
- Post traumatic birth
- Breastfeeding issues
- Gas/Abdominal pain
- Sleeping issues
- Gross/Fine motor development
- Social/Emotional development
- Cognitive/Speech and language development
- Sensory integration
Osteopathy is a manual form of therapy that emphasizes the inter-relationship of the structure and function of the human body. Through treatments the body's ability to self-heal and self-regulate can be enhanced, and achieve a high quality level of health, without invasive procedures or drugs.
- Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy (OMT)
- Craniosacral therapy
- Myoskeletal alignment
- Soft Tissue Manipulation
- Primitive Reflex Integration
Call to book an appointment or get more information!
Yair Grossbard is certified in Osteopathy (DO) trained in Israel at the Wingate Institute.
- Diploma in Myoskeletal Alignment
- Diploma in Primitive Reflexes and Neuro-Developmental Delay in Pediatrics