Osteopathy is hands-on treatment to detect, protect and treat a diverse range of health related conditions.

Treatment involves skilled manipulation and mobilisations of the spine and joints. It also consists of massage of the soft tissue.

What are the benefits?

Osteopaths’ aim to look for and remove the underlying cause of the pain rather than just the symptoms. Osteopathic care can benefit anyone with muscle and joint pain, or anyone searching to improve their posture.

Other benefits of Osteopathy
  • Encouraging the joints range of motion
  • Reduces pain & stiffness in muscles and joints
  • Decreases tension & stress of joints and the body
  • Helps to adapt to hormonal and structural changes during pregnancy
  • Helps to reduce scar and adhesive tissue resulting from accidents or trauma.
  • Encourages lymphatic drainage, blood flow and promotes nutritional intake to bones and joints.
What to expect

People who seek osteopathic care should expect the osteopath to give a clear explanation of what they found, and to discuss a treatment plan that is suitable for them. This may include some lifestyle changes, self help measures to assist recovery and to prevent reoccurrence or worsening of the symptoms.

What can Osteopaths help treat?
  • Back pain / Sciatica
  • Headaches / Migraines
  • Spinal disc injuries – Dizziness / Fibromyalgia
  • Shoulder / Neck pain
  • Arthritic / Psoriasis pain
  • Tendon pain & RSI
  • Hip / leg / Ankle /Foot pain
  • Jaw pain