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More Than Back Pain

 

Osteopathy can help much more than back pain. There are a wide variety of ailment which can benefit from the aid of osteopathic treatments including neck pain, headaches, migraines, joint pain, stiffness, posture problems, sciatic, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis and tennis elbow.

 

Through osteopathy, musculoskeletal imbalances which can be causes of some of the conditions above can be corrected through a combination of techniques which can strengthen, stabilise and stretch specific muscles to improve movement.

 

Conditions such as back, neck, shoulder, hip, arm and leg pains can be treated with techniques which manipulate the soft tissues, reduce the muscle spasms, improve movement and decrease pain.

Osteopathy and You

 

Daily life can have a detrimental effect on our bodies, such as poor posture, prolonged sitting at a desk and driving long distance can contribute to daily aches and pains. Modern life cause stresses and strains which can lead to further health problems. A practitioner can discuss the impact your lifestyle and occupation are having on your body and work with you on an appropriate course of action which is designed to improve your health. Your practitioner is also able to offer advice on posture and workplace ergonomics which could reduce the pressures being put on your body.

 

Osteopathic care is based on individual needs, so discussions about age, fitness levels, past diagnosis, occupations and lifestyle will be part of tailors a treatment scheme to fit each person.

Osteopathy and pregnancy

 

Pregnancy can have dramatic physical effects on the body, changing size, shape and posture, making once easy chores difficult and even painful. Through osteopathy treatments are designed to assistant the process by helping the body to adapt and align as the pregnancy progresses. Once the baby has arrived, you will have changes to your daily routine – heavy lifting, carrying the child and awkward manoeuvres can cause discomfort and pain.

 

Osteopathy can help to provide relief from pregnancy related problems such as back pain, pain in your pelvis, ribs or hips, digestive problems and sciatica. Osteopaths can use gentle techniques to help improve these symptoms and relieve some stress and pressure.

 

After birth, osteopaths will be able to provide you with a post-natal check to help you with your recovery. The gentle techniques will ease any aches and pains, restoring and maintaining normal pelvic alignment and mobility, with the aim to return you to your normal routine.

Ostheopathy and Paediatrics

 

Children can benefit from osteopathy to help in a variety of health issues. By using gentle techniques focusing on releasing tension, improving mobility and maximising the functions of the body. The practitioner will speak to parents about the medial history of the child, including information about the birth. Through this discussion and a thorough examination, the practitioner will then determine whether osteopathic care can support the child’s health.

 

 

The practitioner will consider the age and stage of the child as all children’s requirements can differ depending on where they are in the development, this will lead to their advice and treatment to be adapted to each child individually. Osteopathy can help children with feeding difficulties, digestive problems, inability to relax, ears and sinuses.

Adjunctive Therapies

 

We operate on acute and chronic pain management based on the best evidence available and promote multi-modal analgesic therapies which include novel therapies.

Osteopathy helping you in later life

 

As we grow older, life can bring on more aches and pains. A practitioner can aid you in keeping active and managing conditions brought in with age such as rheumatic pain, arthritis and osteoporosis.

 

Through osteopathic treatment, the joints and muscles can be released of their tension and loosen up to help improved mobility. Treatment can help to improve deterioration in posture with gentle stretching and soft tissue techniques to help realign the spine.

More Than Back Pain

 

Osteopathy can help much more than back pain. There are a wide variety of ailment which can benefit from the aid of osteopathic treatments including neck pain, headaches, migraines, joint pain, stiffness, posture problems, sciatic, carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis and tennis elbow.

 

Through osteopathy, musculoskeletal imbalances which can be causes of some of the conditions above can be corrected through a combination of techniques which can strengthen, stabilise and stretch specific muscles to improve movement.

 

Conditions such as back, neck, shoulder, hip, arm and leg pains can be treated with techniques which manipulate the soft tissues, reduce the muscle spasms, improve movement and decrease pain.

Osteopathy and You

 

Daily life can have a detrimental effect on our bodies, such as poor posture, prolonged sitting at a desk and driving long distance can contribute to daily aches and pains. Modern life cause stresses and strains which can lead to further health problems. A practitioner can discuss the impact your lifestyle and occupation are having on your body and work with you on an appropriate course of action which is designed to improve your health. Your practitioner is also able to offer advice on posture and workplace ergonomics which could reduce the pressures being put on your body.

 

Osteopathic care is based on individual needs, so discussions about age, fitness levels, past diagnosis, occupations and lifestyle will be part of tailors a treatment scheme to fit each person.

Osteopathy and pregnancy

 

Pregnancy can have dramatic physical effects on the body, changing size, shape and posture, making once easy chores difficult and even painful. Through osteopathy treatments are designed to assistant the process by helping the body to adapt and align as the pregnancy progresses. Once the baby has arrived, you will have changes to your daily routine – heavy lifting, carrying the child and awkward manoeuvres can cause discomfort and pain.

 

Osteopathy can help to provide relief from pregnancy related problems such as back pain, pain in your pelvis, ribs or hips, digestive problems and sciatica. Osteopaths can use gentle techniques to help improve these symptoms and relieve some stress and pressure.

 

After birth, osteopaths will be able to provide you with a post-natal check to help you with your recovery. The gentle techniques will ease any aches and pains, restoring and maintaining normal pelvic alignment and mobility, with the aim to return you to your normal routine.

Ostheopathy and Paediatrics

 

Children can benefit from osteopathy to help in a variety of health issues. By using gentle techniques focusing on releasing tension, improving mobility and maximising the functions of the body. The practitioner will speak to parents about the medial history of the child, including information about the birth. Through this discussion and a thorough examination, the practitioner will then determine whether osteopathic care can support the child’s health.

 

 

The practitioner will consider the age and stage of the child as all children’s requirements can differ depending on where they are in the development, this will lead to their advice and treatment to be adapted to each child individually. Osteopathy can help children with feeding difficulties, digestive problems, inability to relax, ears and sinuses.

Adjunctive Therapies

 

We operate on acute and chronic pain management based on the best evidence available and promote multi-modal analgesic therapies which include novel therapies.

Osteopathy helping you in later life

 

As we grow older, life can bring on more aches and pains. A practitioner can aid you in keeping active and managing conditions brought in with age such as rheumatic pain, arthritis and osteoporosis.

 

Through osteopathic treatment, the joints and muscles can be released of their tension and loosen up to help improved mobility. Treatment can help to improve deterioration in posture with gentle stretching and soft tissue techniques to help realign the spine.

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