Thomas E. Sabalaske, DO
Tom is a board certified physician in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. He practices full time as a family practitioner at Feasterville Family Practice in Feasterville, PA. Tom has had a special interest in manipulation since 1996 and has attended numerous seminars and conferences. He is currently director of osteopathic manipulation training in the Frankford Hospital system, teaching the interns and residents osteopathic skills. He has also taught both locally and internationally with the Osteopathic Health and Wellness Institute.
Osteopathic Manipulation is a hands-on healing technique that utilizes gentle manual force to affected areas to treat structural abnormalities and misalignments. In addition to repositioning misaligned bones, OMT allows for attention to soft tissue in order to determine the cause of the bony shifts, so that this can also be addressed and further shifting avoided. Treatments themselves are gentle and subtle but the effects long lasting.
To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease.
– A.T. Still MD, DO Philosophy of Osteopathy