Osteopathic Wellness Center

What is Osteopathy ?


Osteopathic manipulative therapy is a hands-on, non-surgical treatment of the whole body with emphasis on the musculo-skeletal, neurologic, lymphatic and vascular systems. Osteopathic medicine appreciates the mental, physical and spiritual aspects of each person, and works to encourage balance and harmony among these elements.
Our mission at Osteopathic Wellness Center is to ignite the internal healing process so patients can recover from injury quickly and naturally, through gentle and precise hands-on manipulation.

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IV Nutrition Therapy


If you drag yourself through the day with no energy, you’re not performing your best, or you’re recovering from an illness or injury, nutritional IV therapy can quickly provide the hydration, antioxidants, nutrients, and electrolytes you need to regain health and wellness. Dr. David Johnston at the Osteopathic Wellness Center practices holistic care that’s customized to meet each patient’s needs. To learn more about nutritional IV therapy, call the office in Ridgefield, Connecticut, or book an appointment online.

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IV Therapy for the Elderly

If you’ve ever had an IV in your arm, you have had some form of IV therapy. To undergo the process, a medical bag is filled with saline and other substances that may include vitamins, minerals, and medications. The bag has a catheter that is attached to a needle that’s inserted directly in the patient’s …

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Benefits of Osteopathy for Seniors

Osteopathy is a type of medicine that takes a full-body approach. Rather than focus on a specific condition, it aims to treat the whole person. It involves using alternative therapies to promote optimal wellness. This form of treatment can be beneficial to anyone, but it has been proven to yield impressive results for seniors. Read …

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Best Diet Plan for Osteoporosis

Bone diseases may not get as much attention as other major disease, including cancer, diabetes and heart disease, but they are common in the united states.  Osteoporosis is a bone health disease that affects one in two Americans over age 50. Roughly 4 in 10 white women over 40 will experience a spine, hip or …

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