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Treatment for a number of bone related ailments at Osteo Clinic


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Patients can now consult Professor Sagara Karunathilaka, who successfully treats spine related problems without surgery or medication, at the Osteo Clinic (www.osteohealingpathy.com/www.osteodr.com) situated at Aturugiriya Road, Malabe. Osteopathy medicine system was introduced by Dr. Andrew Taylor, a US citizen, in 1872. Professor Sagara Karunathilaka combined it with chiropractic treatment and developed healingpathy. Professor Karunathilaka has worked at the North East Teaching Hospital and as a visiting lecturer at the International Helopathic Medical School in England. He has practiced in 12 countries, including UK, France, Germany and the US, and has cured innumerable patients. Healingpathy can successfully treat spinal disorders, joint pain, bone related issues, numbness, marrow and vertebral changes, tightness in joints, pressure on nerves, stress, Parkinson’s, scoliosis, palsy, nerve diseases, fatigue, insomnia, depression, diseases of the blood circulation system, tightness of muscles and issues in the central nervous system.

Ronald Senaratne, Asian Chakra and Aura expert and spiritual advisor, is one of Professor Karunathilaka’s patients. Senaratne, who was also a manager at Laksala before his retirement, has prophesied successfully to former UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher, political leaders such as Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, actors and actresses such as Gould Horner, Kate Hassan, Amitabh Bachchan, cricketers such as Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara. “Professor Karunathilake has the unique ability to connect the mind, body and heart using healing Yoga, meditation, psychosomatic and Psycho-Cybernetics. I felt the energy which emanated from his fingertips. Mr. Ronald Senaratne said. Professor Karunathilaka has now commenced practicing in Japan, using medical and spiritual techniques, at the invitation of Japanese monks and he treats clergies, war heroes and artists free of charge.

 


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