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Structural osteopathy involves an osteopathic assessment of the patient's musculoskeletal system structure and biomechanics. It's common for a structural misalignment, causing inflammation, tension and muscle spasm, to impinge upon the nervous system or arterial blood flow. Joint mobilization and muscle energy techniques are used to treat pain and dysfunction within the following areas of the body: 

Temporomandibular Joints (TMJ)

Cervical Spine (C1-C7)

Shoulders 

Acromioclavicular Joints 

Sternoclavicular Joints 

Clavicle

Elbows

Arms 

Wrists

Hands

Fingers

Scapula

Thoracic Spine (T1-T12)

Ribs (R1-R12)

Lumbar Spine (L1-L5)

Sacrum

Sacroiliac Joints

Hips

legs

Knees

Ankles

Feet

Toes 

Structural techniques are used to treat pain and dysfunction caused by the following conditions, but not limited to:

Facet Joint Syndrome

Back Pain

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

Disk Herniation

Postural Imbalances

Piriformis Syndrome

Tendonitis

Arthritis 

Carpal/Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Tennis/Golfers elbow

Hip Disorders

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Bursitis

Osteoarthritis

TMJ Disorder