What Do You Need?
As osteopaths, we take a very sensible approach to any condition, checking the patient to rule out any untoward factors. We look to combine a regimen of special tests, examination, mechanical treatment and exercise to eliminate symptoms, improve posture and reduce the risk of any symptom
Osteopathic treatments are safe. They include a combination of massage, articulation of the joints and gentle stretching. Each treatment is tailored for your circumstances.
Having trouble with your back does not always express pain in the back.
Shoulder and Neck
To this day shoulder and neck, symptoms are deeply expressed and reflected in our society.
Knee and Ankle
There are four main knee ligaments that are vulnerable and common to injure, two groups of ligaments that surround the knee – The collateral Ligaments and the Cruciate Ligaments.
Sport is an important day to day activity for many of us now, and it involves individuals of all shapes and sizes and people from all age groups and this may be simple for leisure to keep fit or it can be undertaken in a highly competitive and elite nature.
Osteopathy for Mums to be
Osteopathic treatment offers a gentle way of helping the body adapt to the changes which are taking place during pregnancy, helping to relieve aches and pains as the mother’s body tries to accommodate the growing baby.
As you get older
The most important thing to do is to “STAY ACTIVE”.
Dry Needling and Accupuncture
Dry needling (acupuncture) is the use of sterilised needles for therapy of acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Eye-catching bright multicolored strips of tape placed along various muscles or joints are increasingly being seen with both professional and recreational athletes and it is becoming an ever common trend.