- The true job of the osteopath is to meticulously examine a patient, identify the cause of the disturbance to tissue(s) and treat it to normal function and mobility. This, in a word, will "fix" the problem so that the tissue and body can operate at its optimal health.
- A.T. Still (1910)
John Cicerone -Osteopathy and Sports Injury
Welcome to John Cicerone - Osteopathy and Sports Injury.
Osteopathy and Sports Injury is a rehabilitation practice
located at the Linwell Medical Building in St. Catharines,
John Cicerone, owner of Osteopathy and Sports Injury, has
been operating his clinic for the past ten years, with an extensive
clientele list and continues to accept new patients.
Osteopathy is a manual based practice that is designed to find
the cause of a patient's symptoms, and treat the cause so that
symptoms and/or pain is resolved. Chronic conditions that are
not easily resolved by traditional therapies- and rely on
"maintenance" treatments- are often quite successful with
osteopathic treatment; as "maintenance" treatments are not part of Mr.
Cicerone's treatment approach.
Mr. Cicerone treats his patients for approximately one hour
sessions. Mr. Cicerone's theory is treating eight patients a day gives
a patient the quality over quantity approach that is lacking within
the rehabilitation community. John's patient's will usually receive
exercises that patients can do at home or their gym to
compliment what has been done in his clinic.
For any further information regarding the profession of
osteopathy, please search the tab to the left of this page, and/or
the links provided below.