News: Post-Op Osteopathic Treatment

Osteopathic treatment pre and post surgery may aid your recovery. Surgery itself, however minimally invasive, still causes damage that like any other injury needs treatment.

As your body recovers from surgery it may try to compensate for the injury by changing the way you move or rest. Unfortunately this can lead to poor posture and movement habits that may cause further injury. The osteopaths can help you throughout the process, from pre-op to post-op, to aid recovery.  - more

News: Osteopathy for Sporting Injuries

Our Osteopaths treat all types of sporting injuries and aim to help with injury prevention, pain management, and rehabilitation.  The aim of Osteopathic treatment is to accelerate your injury healing time, relieve pain and identify any other problem areas within your body that may be contributing to your injury. - more

News: Osteopathy for Jaw Pain

A common cause of Hedaches  can be jaw imbalance and teeth grinding. Symptoms from jaw imbalance can include clicking of the joint, jaw and neck pain, stiffness, tenderness on palpation around the ear, headache or pain on opening the mouth/eating.

Osteopathy may help relax the muscles of mastication and look at how the neck, jaw, temporal bones and pelvis are moving.

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News: Back to School Osteopathic Check-Up

Did you know osteopathic treatment can help remove the strain that's causing growing pains?

During rapid growth phases, the child’s bone lengthens before his muscles and tendons are able to stretch correspondingly. This can cause pain which is worsened if there is restricted movement elsewhere pulling even harder on the muscle or joint. Osteopathic treatment can straighten your child back up to help relieve the pain. - more

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News: Regular Treatment For Adults

Pains and aches could be a sign that your body is working under biomechanical stress. Due to our increasingly sedentary lives, back pain is a common reason for sick leave. Regular visits with an osteopath e.g. every 4-6 weeks may minimise the risk of pain returning and increase function. Prevention - including better posture, gentle exercise and regular osteopathic treatment work together to allow you to live pain free well into your senior years.

News: Osteopathic Treatment for Seniors

Many seniors believe the effect of ageing on thier body's joints is untreatable. Keeping mobile is the key to your health. Osteopathy can offer the elderly treatment, advice and help to improve balance, circulation, joint stiffness and mobility.

The effects of ageing on the body can cause symptoms like

  • poor balance
  • general stiffness
  • back and neck pain
  • hip and knee pain and stiffness
  • arthritis and joint swelling


News: An Osteopathic Approach to Poor Latch

An Osteopathic Approach to Poor Latch

Have you had trouble breastfeeding? Have you been trying to get your baby’s neck to extend, or heard about the “tummy to tummy” thing but not really got it working? Or perhaps have you had trouble with your baby not opening their mouth very wide, only attaching to the nipple, or even just generally causing pain while they are breastfeeding.

News: Osteopathy for Management of Pain

Osteopaths are trained to identify and treat physical injuries in the body. The osteopaths are skilled at managing mechanical pain, or typical pain that is produced when there is discomfort or an immediate physical injury to the body.  - more

News: Pregnancy and Osteopathic Help

Osteopaths treat many symptoms associated with pregnancy: - more

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