Amirali RahnamoonManual Osteopath

    biography

    Amirali Rahnamoon is a Manual Osteopath who uses his extensive background as a strength and conditioning coach with seventeen years of experience to inform his therapeutic approach. He has placed first in Natural Bodybuilding with Fame, 2006, and he employs that same dedication, strength and passion to his treatments. After realizing that bodybuilding was very hard on the human body, he came upon Osteopathy, and with extensive knowledge of rehabilitating sports injuries through his own experience with them, he assesses and treats the body as a whole with great care and compassion.

    Osteopathy is a natural, manual form of healing which emphasizes connections between the structure and function of the human body. Treatments are done with the client clothed, and generally involve gentle manual work. It is best known for the treatment of Chronic disorders such as back and neck pain, sciatica, sports injuries, postural strain, and jaw dysfunction. Osteopathy works to optimize structural balance and allow the body to perform optimally, heal itself, and reduce or eliminate pain.

    Amirali is a member of National Manual Osteopathic Society and Receipts will be provided for any clients wishing to submit to their health care plans, with coverage for Osteopathy.

    Qualifications

    CranioSacral Therapy L1 – Upledger Institute 2018
    National Academy of Osteopathy – Diploma in Manual Osteopathy 2017
    Standard FIRST AID CPR/AED LEVEL HCP – 2017
    CrossFit – Level 2 Trainer Certificate 2014
    CrossFit – Weightlifting Trainer Certificate 2014
    CrossFit – Gymnastic Trainer Certificate 2014
    CrossFit – Level 1 Trainer Certificate 2014
    NASM-CES – National Academy of Sports Medicine Corrective Exercise Specialist
    NASM-CPT – National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Personal Trainer

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