Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy that is used to form a detailed diagnosis and treat pain dysfunction.
Osteopaths use a combination of techniques including; soft tissue massage, high velocity low amplitude thrusts, manipulations, joint articulation, stretching, rehabilitation and exercise.
Our practitioners have an expert knowledge in anatomy and physiology after studying for 4 years at their respective universities. This allows them to work alongside specialists, GPs and other healthcare professionals.
During your consultation, the practitioner will take a detailed case history in order to accurately diagnose your complaint. They will then divise an individual treatment and rehabilitation plan. The osteopath will not only work towards alleviating your symptoms they will also get to the root cause and help to prevent it from recurring.