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Osteopathy and Healingpathy make way into Sri Lanka

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The healing expert and practitioner, who has introduced internationally recognized treatments such as Osteopathy and Healingpathy, from countries such as England to Sri Lanka, is none other than Dr. Sagara Karunathilaka. 

With this introductory feat, Dr. Karunathilaka has managed to successfully treat spinal cord related ailments through the implementation of therapies such as Osteopathy and Healingpathy which contribute healing effects to this type of conditions that people tend to face with time.

Dr. Karunathilaka had established the ‘Natural Back Health Centre’ at Malabe, Athurugiriya whilst introducing the English-famed treatments solely for the reason of providing local patients who suffer from back aches and spinal related issues with a means of attaining a sense of relief from the effects of these therapies.

It should also be recognized that these therapies have proven successful whilst minimizing the option of reverting towards operations when it comes to back pains and aches. Incurable diseases such as paralysis, arthritis, cancer, Parkinson’s, migraine, back problems, numbness, mental disorders and a number of other conditions can be treated using Dr. Karunathilaka’s unique healing methods incorporated into Osteopathy and Healingpathy.

A good number of patients who have had utilized the healing effects of these therapies encompassed politicians, religious leaders, distinguished public figures, artists and even western medical doctors who have tried out these therapies and had managed to achieve positive results. 

The case here is that these therapies assist the patient in a painless approach towards receiving treatment. 

The therapies constitute of procedures that help loosen affected muscles in the body and his inimitable methods need no operational approaches. Issues pertaining to damage in cartilage tissues and to help in reviving the patient back to his or her original selves receive chemical-free medication and herbal infused medicaments thus showcasing osteopathy and healingpathy as a dedicated and ideal form of therapy.

Commenting on this new concept in Sri Lanka, Dr. Karunathilaka said, “Our ‘Natural Back Health Centre’ accommodates experienced and able practitioners with relevance in this field of therapy. Therapies include advice and exercises on how to improve sleeping, sitting and walking patterns, body postures and how to rely on a nutritional diet that supports the body’s positive functions. Overall, the centre aims to provide a comprehensive all-inclusive and knowledge-filled methodology towards patients who attend treatments at the health centre. These therapies do not bring in any side-effects to the patient. I can proudly disclose that the huge number of patients have successfully received treatments and fully recovered from their ailments.”

Dr.Karunathilaka further added that his team at the centre which comprises of Surgeon Dr.Nilanga Perera heading a dedicated staff following are on the works of introducing a western basis of medication at the ‘Natural Back Health Centre,’ further cementing the health centre’s capacity to treat any major ailments in the future. 

Discussions are underway currently and the country will be set to witness a change in the therapeutic medication sector where there will be a blend of Western and therapy related entities. This will also be the very first instance an approach such as this would be taking place.

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