Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a well-established and highly regarded complementary medical treatment. It is a system of diagnosis and manual therapy mainly used to treat musculoskeletal problems. Osteopathy is particularly successful for long standing, recurring or difficult pain problems that have not responded to other treatments.

Common conditions that osteopaths treat include: back pain, disc problems, sciatica, neck pain, whiplash, headache, migraine, sinus pain, muscle spasm, tendonitis, shoulder tension, arthritis, sports injuries, groin pain, metatarsalgia, breathing difficulties and digestive problems.

People go to osteopaths because they provide:

  • A 5-year university double degree in Osteopathic Medicine
  • Expert palpation skills to locate and identify each problem
  • An exceptional range of manual skills relieving pain quickly
  • Long appointments giving more benefit in fewer visits
  • Therapy tailored to personal needs and preferences
  • Treatment that is gentle on the body yet does the job
  • Integrity and calibre to give you confidence in advice received