Osteopathy is a gentle, non-invasive therapy providing a safe and natural approach to healthcare and recovery from injury, without the need for drugs or surgery.
Osteopaths work on the principle that the health, wellbeing and fitness of an individual are directly related to the effective functioning of the skeleton, musculature and underlying connective tissues within the body.
Our osteopaths understand that everyone is different, which is why we focus on treating the patient, not the condition.
We will look to guide you back to health by effecting change in your body tissues, employing a range of non-invasive, manual therapy techniques such as massage, stretching, joint manipulation and articulation.
Osteopathy is a universal therapy which can benefit anyone suffering with pain anywhere on the body.
Osteopaths are well known for treating back pain, neck pain and joint pain however we can also help you with many other problems such as sports injuries, headaches, arthritis and shoulder pain.
Whatever the cause of your pain, whether your problem is minor or serious, long-standing or short-lived, we can help.
Anyone can benefit from osteopathy. Our osteopaths treat people of all ages – from babies all the way up to those in their nineties (and beyond!)
We treat people from all walks of life for all sorts or problems. We treat the young and active for sports injuries, those in their middle years for work-related pain and older patients for arthritis and mobility issues.
Osteopathy is a therapy which aims to improve health and wellbeing by affecting the structure and function of your body.
Osteopaths work by treating the whole person, not just the condition, and treatment is tailored to you.
Our osteopaths are able to employ a range of techniques to help with your recovery, including ‘hands-on’ manipulations, acupuncture, taping, shockwave and exercise therapy.
Your consultation will start by your osteopath taking a detailed case history from you. This is usually then followed by a physical examination, along with any clinical tests deemed necessary.
Once your osteopath has established a diagnosis they will discuss this with you and advise you on their proposed treatment plan.
There will usually be time within your initial consultation to commence with treatment however this will be dependant on your particular circumstances.
Our osteopaths are highly skilled primary health professionals – qualified to masters’ degree level – and are subject to strict statutory regulation by the General Osteopathic Council.
They are recognised and acknowledged by the medical profession as specialists in their field, and work with GPs and other medical specialists for the benefit of their patients.
Our osteopaths are all educated to masters degree level and are statutory-regulated, allied health professionals.
We are a long-established and reputable clinic, having successfully treated many thousands of satisfied patients.
Our treatment plans are bespoke and tailored to you – according to your own requirements and expectations.
Before committing to treatment, chat directly to one of our osteopaths to find out how we may be able to help you.
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