Osteopathy

Trained as a primary caregiver, an osteopath can assess, diagnose, and treat your pain or injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy; stretching; massage; manipulation; exercise prescription and advice. An osteopath is trained to recognise conditions that require medical referral and is also trained to perform standard medical examinations of the musculoskeletal, c... Read More

Trained as a primary caregiver, an osteopath can assess, diagnose, and treat your pain or injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy; stretching; massage; manipulation; exercise prescription and advice. An osteopath is trained to recognise conditions that require medical referral and is also trained to perform standard medical examinations of the musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous systems.

Osteopathy focuses on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs work as a complete unit. Osteopathic treatment assists the body with pain reduction, reduced stress and greater mobility providing the body with the opportunity to heal itself.

Paediatric Osteopathy is a specialist area for the treatment of babies, infants, children and teenagers. Chlidren and babies respond well to the gentle techniques of osteopathy.

Osteopathic treatment during pregnancy is helpful for easing physical discomforts and helping the body to adapt to the postural changes. Gentle techniques can help relieve physical tension in the back, neck, shoulders and pelvis. It can also be helpful in alleviating stress and anxiety about labour and birth and giving women confidence in their physical well-being.

After birth, Osteopathy can help the body to recover from the changes made during pregnancy and the effects of the delivery and the demands of nurturing babies. Osteopathy sees the care and support of new mothers as an essential factor in the success and enjoyment of parenthood.


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