Osteopathic treatment is suitable for people of all ages.
We are trained to relieve pain, by restoring function, improving flexibility and movement,
and advise you about injury prevention.
Conditions frequently treated by osteopathy:
- Back pain caused by disc or soft tissue injury or nerve irritation/compression eg. sciatica
- Sacro-iliac joint problems
- Neck pain, headaches, trapped nerves
- Jaw/TMJ joints pain Osteoarthritis and associated symptoms of pain, stiffness of joints & muscle weakness
- Shoulder pain including rotator cuff injury, impingement syndrome, and frozen shoulder
- Knee and hip pain
- Menstruating problems i.e. Painful, heavy, erratic or ‘clotty’.
- Ankle and foot pain
- Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow
- Wrist and hand pain
- Pre and Post-Operative Care
- Tendonitis, bursitis, ligament sprainsv
- Repetitive strain injury
- Fluid in the ear (OME) –Sinus congestion and associated pain
- Postural and computer related problems, (Dowager’s Hump or Trigger Finger/thumb)
- Whiplash, injury caused by road traffic accidents, etc.
Your treatment session may consist of a combination of hands-on treatments like joint mobilization, manipulation; soft tissues massage incorporating techniques like stretching, trigger point, friction, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, harmonic, muscle energy; electrotherapy or exercises therapy
You may be advised to uses hydrotherapy or protective strapping.
Almost any musculoskeletal problem can be helped through osteopathic treatment. If you are suffering from any persistent or chronic pain or are unsure if your pain is muscular, linked to bone structure or wear and tear – don’t suffer any longer – pop in or call us for a chat.
Treatment session may consist of a combination of hands-on treatment like joint mobilization, manipulation; soft tissues massage incorporating techniques like stretching, trigger point, friction, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, harmonic, muscle energy; electrotherapy or exercises therapy.
- Reduction of pain and inflammation
- Improvement of fluid movement and drainage to an injured area, especially lymphatic and venous drainage
- Reduction in soft tissue tightness and stiffness
- Improvement of nerve function
- Improvement of joint mobility
- Improvement of movement strategies