Principles of Osteopathy

The principles of Osteopathy are: 1) The body is a unit. An integrated unit of mind, body, and spirit (Triune of Man - A.T. Still). 2) The body possesses self-regulatory mechanisms, having the inherent capacity to defend, repair, and remodel itself. 3) Structure and function are reciprocally inter-related. 4) Rational therapy is based on consideration of the first three principles.

If these principles resonate with you, take a look around. Here you will find information on the history of osteopathic medicine.

The Osteopathic Medical Foundation would be happy to answer any questions you might have, contact us.