What Do Osteopaths Treat?

Did you know that Osteopathy can provide relief and treatment for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions?Let me run through some of the more common things we as Osteopaths see and can help with. Lower Back & Neck PainDisc injuries or bulgesSciaticaNerve...

What Can I Expect When I See An Osteopath?

Osteopathy is the fastest growing allied-health profession and is now a popular treatment for many types of musculo-skeletal problems as well as aches and pain. It’s patient-centred, gentle and holistic approach to treat the body means that more and more people are...

Arthritis – The Osteopathic Approach

Arthritis is a very common & painful condition affecting men & women of all ages.  Although there are many types of arthritis, the most commonly two diagnosed are ‘osteo-arthritis’ & rheumatoid-arthritis’. Your GP or specialist may diagnose this, confirmed...

Osteopathy Helps During Pregnancy

Being pregnant is an amazing experience and there are lots of changes occurring around the body. Some of these can place a strain on our muscles and joints and unfortunately pain is the result. The main reason that you may experience pain can be due to your body...

Is Your Jaw Causing Your Headache?

Headaches are a frequent reason for people to seek medical care. Many visits to osteopaths are motivated by this type of pain. While almost all of us experience the occasional headache, frequent recurring headache can significantly impact on a person’s health and...

Why Do I Get Injured When I Exercise?

As Osteopaths, injuries associated with or exacerbated by sports, fitness and exercise are one of the more common complaints that come through our door. I am not talking about the elite athlete but simply the everyday person who like to play tennis, do a HIIT class or...

Morning Stiffness Or Pain.

If yes, this is NOT normal! You should be waking up each morning feeling rested and relaxed. If this is not the case, chances are that either your mattress and/or your pillow is past its use by date. The body is really self-explanatory – we just need to listen to it....