Osteoporosis

What is an Osteopractor?

An osteopractic certified clinician has gone through an intensive 12 to 18-month post-graduate training program and is then awarded a diploma signifying that they have successfully completed all of the following curriculum:

  • Dry Needling Courses
  • Spinal Manipulative Therapy
  • Extremity Manipulative Therapy
  • Instrument-Assisted Soft-Tissue Mobilization
  • Differential Diagnosis & Multi-Modal Management
  • Ultrasound-Guided Dry Needling

As a result, a physical therapist with an osteopractic diploma is better equipped with additional education, training, and treatment techniques to help you recover faster.