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Janine McCarthy

  • Ortho-Bionomy

Where

C1.39
WellBeing Wing, Convent building

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By appointment

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0422266190

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ortho-bionomymelbourne.com/

  • Ortho-Bionomy

Where

C1.39
WellBeing Wing, Convent building

Visitors

By appointment

Contact

0422266190

Follow

FacebookInstagram

Websites

ortho-bionomymelbourne.com/

Do you need pain relief? Are you tired of treatments that hurt? Looking for a natural, effective and lasting solution?

Ortho-Bionomy is becoming well-known for its non-force approach, creating the opportunity for change without the need for painful pressure or forceful manipulations. The Ortho-Bionomy practitioner asks ‘what’s the least amount of input I can give this person to help their body release pain?’ Working smarter, not harder, there’s no need for ‘cracking’ joints, working trigger points or using high-velocity adjustments.

Janine McCarthy is an Advanced Practitioner with over 20 years experience helping people recover from pain. Ortho-Bionomy uses specific positioning and gentle compressions that create a feeling of support, relief and ease. Your body recognises its opportunity to resolve painful tension patterns and your own natural healing processes take over, providing deep relaxation and lasting change. Many conditions improve in 1 – 3 sessions; lengthy treatment plans are unnecessary. First time clients often comment: I feel so much better now than when I arrived, I slept so well after the session, I haven’t felt this relaxed in ages, The pain feels so much better already. What conditions can it help? Pain – injuries, after surgery, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, migraine Repetitive strain Women’s health – reduce or eliminate menstrual, menopausal and reproductive issues Pelvic pain Support for recovery from trauma, stress, fatigue Whiplash Scoliosis and kyphosis Frozen shoulder Carpal tunnel syndrome Headaches, jaw, TMJ Infant feeding and sleeping issues Children’s growing pains, injuries, postural development Restoring alignment and movement reflexes for caesarean-born babies