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Ortho Healing, LLC Practitioner Abby Nartker explains how Ortho-Bionomy® works with the body as opposed to against it. This helps horses and dogs as well as people. In fact, Nartker tells of her own dogs' participation - and benefits - in treatment sessions.

Ortho Healing, LLC Practitioner Abby Nartker demonstrates an Ortho-Bionomy® treatment on a volunteer's neck. Ortho-Bionomy® engages the nervous system and reflexes to create an environment that supports the body's ability to self-correct. By offering support without pain, the body has the ability to re-educate itself to patterns of comfort and function.

Ortho Healing, LLC Practitioner Abby Nartker demonstrates an Ortho-Bionomy® treatment on a volunteer's lower back while she is standing. Ortho-Bionomy® engages the nervous system and reflexes to create an environment that supports the body's ability to self-correct. By offering support without pain, the body has the ability to re-educate itself to patterns of comfort and function.

Ortho Healing, LLC Practitioner Abby Nartker demonstrates a vertical spine Ortho-Bionomy® treatment for a client with Scoliosis. Unlike other modalities that primarily work in the horizontal, Ortho-Bionomy® supports the body in finding function in all planes of life. By working with the body in vertical, the nervous system may interpret information differently than horizontal.

Ortho Healing, LLC Practitioner Abby Nartker demonstrates an Ortho-Bionomy® treatment on Princess, a two-year-old dog with anxiety issues. Nartker explains that because dogs are often "in tune" with their pet parents, Ortho-Bionomy® treatments can calm a dog's anxiety. In fact, this effect is often reciprocated from pet to parent and vice versa.

Ortho Healing, LLC Practitioner Abby Nartker explains that while it may look like a "whole lot of nothing", an Ortho-Bionomy® treatment is actually engaging the body's nervous system and reflexes. She notes that it can take time for the body to self-correct and re-educate itself to patterns of comfort and function.