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WHAT IS IT?
Osteopathy was the first complementary health care profession to be accorded statutory recognition under the 1993 Osteopaths Act. All registered osteopaths are required through a programme of comprehensive training to be competent and safe in the practice of osteopathy.
Sciatica, low back, neck & shoulder pain, cervicogenic headaches, frozen or stiff shoulders, sports injuries, tennis or golfers elbow and arm pain, back pain in pregnancy, joint aches and pains, arthritic pain and stiffness.
WE CAN HELP…
If you are not sure if Osteopathy can help your condition please feel free to contact us and discuss any problems.
‘HANDS ON’ TECHNIQUES’
Osteopaths treat the whole person and take other areas of the body into consideration rather than just the area in pain. We diagnose with our case history notes, clinical examination and palpation. We treat with ‘hands on’ techniques, exercise prescription and postural rehabilitation.
Naturally relieve pain.
Osteopathy is now recognised as an effective treatment for a wide range of painful disorders. It is a system of diagnosis and treatment which examines and corrects structural changes within the body which affect daily function.
Gentle manipulation will help ease restrictions allowing the body to perform at its optimum level. This helps to naturally relieve pain and restore function.
Advice on rehabilitation, posture, ergonomics and exercise will help to speed recovery and prevent reoccurrence of injury.
It is available to patients of all ages and each treatment is tailor made to the individual.
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What We Offer.
Osteopathic treatment consists of gentle manipulation, massage or ‘soft tissue techniques’ and stretching of the muscles, ligaments and joints. Treatment is aimed at restoring function as much as possible. We also use ultrasound therapy and medical acupuncture to aid treatment outcomes.
Osteopathic treatment can help many musculoskeletal conditions. These include the common aches and pains due to strains, falls and overuse, as well as the more long-term back and neck problems. It can often alleviate the problems associated with stress and tension including cervicogenic headaches. The following is a list of some of the problems treated by Osteopaths. The list is by no means exhaustive and if you are not sure if your condition is treatable by Osteopathy please feel free to contact us.