Osteopaths

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole, finding the root cause of the symptoms to treat your condition correctly and give you long lasting results. Uniquely, Osteopathy does not treat any part of the body in isolation and instead explores the structure of the body, exploring how the best to treat the person in order to give them long term relief. Most commonly, Osteopaths will treat back pain... Read More

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole, finding the root cause of the symptoms to treat your condition correctly and give you long lasting results. Uniquely, Osteopathy does not treat any part of the body in isolation and instead explores the structure of the body, exploring how the best to treat the person in order to give them long term relief.
Most commonly, Osteopaths will treat back pain, but many conditions are improved by Osteopathy such as stress related tension, headaches/migraine, tendinitis, sciatica, work related injury, pregnancy and post-natal strains, unsettled babies, arthritis and muscle and ligament injuries.
A Osteopath can assess, diagnose and treat your injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy, manipulation, acupuncture (dry needling), strapping and/or exercise prescription. Education plays an important role in Osteopathy. The goal of Osteopathy is to return you to your optimal function and strength.


Perrin Technique

The Perrin Technique™ is an osteopathic approach that manually stimulates the fluid motion around the brain and spinal cord to help improve the symptoms of ME/CFS. Manipulation of the spine aids drainage of toxins out of the cerebrospinal fluid. Massage of the soft tissues in the head, neck, back and chest direct all the toxins out of the lymphatic system and into the blood, where they are even... Read More

The Perrin Technique™ is an osteopathic approach that manually stimulates the fluid motion around the brain and spinal cord to help improve the symptoms of ME/CFS. Manipulation of the spine aids drainage of toxins out of the cerebrospinal fluid. Massage of the soft tissues in the head, neck, back and chest direct all the toxins out of the lymphatic system and into the blood, where they are eventually detoxified in the liver. Eventually with no poisons affecting the brain, the sympathetic nervous system begins to function correctly, and providing the patients do not overstrain themselves their symptoms should gradually improve and in time some patients become totally symptom free.


Paediatric Osteopathy

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole, finding the root cause of the symptoms to treat the condition correctly and give long lasting results. Uniquely, Osteopathy does not treat any part of the body in isolation and instead explores the structure of the body, exploring how the best to treat the person in order to give them long term relief. Paediatric Osteopathy is a safe way of treatment ch... Read More

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole, finding the root cause of the symptoms to treat the condition correctly and give long lasting results. Uniquely, Osteopathy does not treat any part of the body in isolation and instead explores the structure of the body, exploring how the best to treat the person in order to give them long term relief.
Paediatric Osteopathy is a safe way of treatment children.


Telehealth

This is a telephone or video call. We take a medical history, a full case history where we find out all about the problem, ask you to do some simple movements and report back to us whether it aggravates your symptoms. This allows us to come up with a good differential diagnosis as to what the possible cause of the problem might be. Then we can give advice and exercise program to help you rec... Read More

This is a telephone or video call. We take a medical history, a full case history where we find out all about the problem, ask you to do some simple movements and report back to us whether it aggravates your symptoms. This allows us to come up with a good differential diagnosis as to what the possible cause of the problem might be. Then we can give advice and exercise program to help you recover.
This is a short term gap to help as much as possible until we are all allowed to reopen again!


Senior Osteopath

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole, finding the root cause of the symptoms to treat your condition correctly and give you long lasting results. Uniquely, Osteopathy does not treat any part of the body in isolation and instead explores the structure of the body, exploring how the best to treat the person in order to give them long term relief. Most commonly, Osteopaths will treat back pain... Read More

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole, finding the root cause of the symptoms to treat your condition correctly and give you long lasting results. Uniquely, Osteopathy does not treat any part of the body in isolation and instead explores the structure of the body, exploring how the best to treat the person in order to give them long term relief.
Most commonly, Osteopaths will treat back pain, but many conditions are improved by Osteopathy such as stress related tension, headaches/migraine, tendinitis, sciatica, work related injury, pregnancy and post-natal strains, unsettled babies, arthritis and muscle and ligament injuries.
A Osteopath can assess, diagnose and treat your injury through a combination of methods that may include: manual therapy, manipulation, acupuncture (dry needling), strapping and/or exercise prescription. Education plays an important role in Osteopathy. The goal of Osteopathy is to return you to your optimal function and strength.

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