WHAT IS OSTEOPATHY?
Osteopathy specialises in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal and other related disorders.
Your osteopath will give you a clear explanation of what they find following their diagnosis and discuss a treatment plan that is suitable for you. They will explain the benefits and any risks of the treatment they are recommending. It is important to understand and agree what the treatment can achieve and the likely number of sessions needed for a noticeable improvement in how you feel.
Treatment is varied and can involve skilled manipulation of the spine and joints as well as massage of soft tissues combining subtle and gentle techniques. Self care measures and advice on exercise at home may be offered to assist your recovery, prevent recurrence or worsening of your symptoms.
Our clinic is known for using gentle approaches. We don’t believe in “no pain, no gain”. Each osteopath is skilled in the most subtle techniques meaning that treatment is not painful.
HOW CAN OUR OSTEOPATHS HELP YOU?
People come to osteopaths with all types of aches and pains through the whole body. Here are some of the reasons why people seek osteopathic help:
● Arthritic pain
● Neck pain or low back pain
● Headaches and migraines
● Joint pain including hip and knee related pain
● Disc injuries and sciatica
● Sports injuries and muscle spasms
● Post-traumatic injuries, such as whiplash
● Shoulder conditions such as frozen shoulder / rotator cuff syndrome
● Muscle tension and muscle tears
● Repetitive strain injury
● Postural problems caused by driving, work strain or pregnancy
● Circulatory problems
● Digestion problems
● Rheumatic pain
WOMEN'S HEALTH CONDITIONS WE TREAT
We offer specialised assessment and treatment for the following conditions:
Pelvic floor disorders
Pre and postnatal gynaecological problems
Musculoskeletal problems during and after pregnancy
Musculoskeletal problems arising from gynaecological problems and/or surgery
Menopause (we have an acupuncturist dedicated to the treatment of menopause)
Vulvodynia (vulva pain)
Pudendal Neuralgia/nerve entrapment
Rectus Diastasis (separation of the abdominal wall after giving birth)