Osteopathy

Pain in a particular area does not necessarily originate in that spot. Osteopaths look at the body as a whole and treat pain or blockages by moving, stretching and massaging your muscles and joints.

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Holistic Manual Therapy 

When you see your osteopath with lower back pain, you may be surprised when they begin by examining your pelvic area or your foot mechanics. To understand how the lower back is affected, an osteopath looks at the body and its mechanics as a whole, including your health history, posture, gait, and so on.

One of the first disciplines to take a whole-body approach, osteopathy supports the smooth interaction of bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue. Your specialist can suggest physical therapy and exercises along with different footwear and lifestyle changes, retrain movements such as carrying or bending, and advise you on nutrition.

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Services/treatment focus

Treatment of functional disorders of the body
Skeletal, muscle and ligament oriented therapy
Holistic manual diagnosis and therapy
Physical manipulation, stretching and massage
Increased mobility of the joints
Pain reduction
Releasing blockages and tensions
Enhanced circulation
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