How Osteopathy Could Help
Osteopathy could help with a range of ailments and could help clients from infancy all the way through to 99 years old!
Osteopathy is focused on treating the cause of the clients complaint, not just the symptoms
Osteopathy could help with back pain.
Osteopaths commonly see clients presenting with upper and lower back pain caused from a variety of situations.
If you have been provided with the diagnoses of a disc injury, facet, joint or ligament sprain osteopathy could help. Osteopaths see these injuries commonly along with muscular strains and muscle imbalances. If you have back pain, osteopathy could help.
Osteopathy could help with neck pain.
Neck pain is a common complaint that osteopaths see. Neck pain could be caused by a disc injury, facet, joint or ligament sprain or a muscular strain. Osteopaths commonly see these injuries and provide treatment that could help relieve your pain. Neck pain could be caused by your posture, desk or other areas of your body such as shoulder or jaw dysfunction. Osteopaths are passionate about not just treating the symptoms and area of pain, but treating the cause of the complaint.
Osteopathy could help with injuries that have occurred through playing sport. If you have been diagnosed with a muscular strain or tear, a ligament or a joint sprain, or have discomfort following a sporting activity osteopathy could help. Osteopaths are able to provide treatment to the area to help relieve pain and prescribe home exercises as required.
Desk Related Discomforts
Osteopathy could help with discomforts associated with working from a desk. A correct ergonomic desk set up is important when spending hours a desk. Osteopaths can give advice on this set up as well as home management exercises to break up the work day. If you have discomfort while working or have been diagnosed with a work related injury, osteopathy could help.