Osteopathy integrates diagnostic procedures from conventional medicine while emphasising personalised holistic care. By restoring the body's balance and optimising its function, osteopathy can help alleviate pain, enhance physical performance, and promote optimal health.
While commonly used for back pain, osteopathy can alleviate symptoms of various conditions such as joint pain, neuromuscular issues, digestive problems, headaches, sleep disturbances and stress release.
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Pain relief: Osteopathy can help alleviate acute or chronic pain in various areas of the body, such as back pain, neck pain, jaw pain, and headaches.
Improved mobility: By targeting the musculoskeletal system, osteopathic treatments aim to improve joint mobility, flexibility, and range of motion, allowing for better overall movement and function.
Enhanced posture: Osteopathy can address postural imbalances and alignment issues, helping individuals achieve better posture, which can alleviate strain on the body and promote optimal musculoskeletal health.
Injury rehabilitation: Combination of Osteopathic techniques and exercises can aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of injuries, such as sports injuries, strains, and sprains. It focuses on promoting healing, reducing inflammation, and restoring normal function.
Stress reduction: Manual therapy techniques that can induce relaxation, reduce muscle tension, and promote a sense of overall well-being, thereby helping to alleviate stress and anxiety.
Improved circulation: Soft tissue manipulation, can help enhance blood flow and lymphatic drainage, supporting the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to tissues and aiding in the removal of toxins and waste products.
Cranial Osteopathy: This gentle and subtle approach involves engaging with the body's cranial and subtle rhythmic movements. It employs precise touch to influence the cranial system and promote overall balance.
Structural Osteopathy: This approach, based on extensive scientific research, focuses on the musculoskeletal system. Through manual techniques such as joint mobilisation, muscle stretching, HVLA it aims to restore proper alignment and function of the body.
Visceral Osteopathy: This technique examines the relationship between the physical structure and organs, addressing dysfunctions and tensions. It helps restore proper function and mobility in organs like the digestive or respiratory systems.
Myofascial Release: This therapy targets the fascial system, the connective tissue surrounding muscles and organs. It involves applying sustained pressure and gentle stretching to release tension and improve mobility.
Dry Needling: This technique utilises thin needles inserted into specific trigger points to alleviate muscle pain, release tension, and promote healing.
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We understand urgent cases may arise, and with prior notice, we will accommodate whenever possible.
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