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The Society of Ortho-Bionomy International maintains a database of Practitioners, Instructors and Associate members.

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You may find an Ortho-Bionomy practitioner or instructor by state or country, or if you know a member’s last name, you may search by last name. Practitioners, Advanced Practitioners, and Instructors have completed the 500-hour practitioner training program and beyond. Members listed as Associates have completed 114 hours of the Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner training program and have been evaluated by an Ortho-Bionomy Instructor.

If you do not see someone near you, we suggest you contact an Instructor or Practitioner in your state to see if they are aware of someone closer to you.

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The information provided on this website is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician. Always consult with your physician, psychiatrist, psychotherapist or other qualified healthcare provider before starting any health program. Any benefits or claims are based on our personal experience with clients. ​

What is an Ortho-Bionomy session like?

Typically, Ortho-Bionomy sessions last approximately 1 hour. Comfortable, loose-fitting clothing is suggested to allow full range of motion. The practitioner works with you to identify areas of discomfort, tension and pain as well as areas of comfort and ease of movement. Gentle movements, comfortable positioning, brief compressions and subtle contacts are used. No forceful movements or pressures are used.

Every Ortho-Bionomy session is specifically designed around your individual needs. Your practitioner will rely on your verbal feedback to fine tune-movements that best facilitate your body’s return to natural alignment. Typically, the relief of stress and tension lasts for days or longer after a session.

Your practitioner may suggest self-care release techniques you can do at home. These self-care exercises further aid in relieving pain, restoring function, and rebalancing the body.


How does Ortho-Bionomy Work?

Ortho-Bionomy stimulates the body's self-balancing reflexes. 

The Practitioner uses gentle techniques to hold you in a comfortable position that allows your body to change the stress and pain patterns that are causing discomfort, thereby alleviating pain, increasing flexibility, improving circulation, and relaxing the entire body. 

Ortho-Bionomy helps people break the cycle of pain – without creating pain.

Ortho-Bionomy also acknowledges and affirms the inner wisdom in your body that can maintain your health and well-being. Using light touch and subtle movements, it awakens a sense of natural balance for body, mind and spirit. Ortho-Bionomy is also compassionate, kind and non judgmental.

When the body is out of balance, it adapts as well as it can, but in the process it may create patterns of even greater stress. The simplicity of Ortho-Bionomy means the practitioner and client may work together to re-educate dysfunctional patterns and restore normal functioning.

Whether looking for relief from specific discomfort or a safe and effective way to ease stress and promote relaxation, Ortho-Bionomy can be very beneficial. It can also work in conjunction with other health and healing systems.


What conditions are helped by Ortho-Bionomy?

Ortho-Bionomy can be helpful for a wide range of painful conditions and imbalances of body, mind and spirit.  Some of the common reasons for seeking an Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner include:

  • Ankle sprains
  • Back pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Circulation issues
  • Computer posture pain
  • Effects of traumatic events​​
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Foot and toe pain
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Headache or migraines
  • Insomnia
  • Knee pain
  • Limited flexibility
  • Neck pain​​
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Sciatica
  • Stress
  • TMJ
  • Trauma
  • Whiplash

 

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