Osteopathy

Why Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a holistic model of healthcare which includes manual therapy, exercise rehabilitation, pain management and lifestyle advice.

Manual therapy techniques may include;
  • Massage
  • Joint mobilisation/manipulation
  • Stretching
  • Dry needling (medical acupuncture)
  • Cranial and visceral techniques
The role of an osteopath is to work with the patient to restore health and function by establishing suitable treatment and management options that fit within the patients values and adaptive capacities. These will be discussed and agreed together as part of the therapeutic relationship.

Treatment for a range of conditions

Osteopaths treat conditions that affect the musculoskeletal system but they also play an important role in the early identification and long term management of some systemic health issues; including neurological, circulatory-respiratory, autoimmune and metabolic disorders.

Working alongside allied health professionals, two-way referral services often provide a gateway to appropriate care.

Commonly treated conditions include:
  • Back pain (including sciatica)
  • Neck and Jaw pain
  • All joint and muscle pain (e.g. sprains, strains, arthritic conditions)
  • Headaches and stress related disorders
  • Post-traumatic injuries (e.g. whiplash)
  • Sports injuries
  • Joint and muscle pain in pregnancy
At your initial consultation Gabriella will take relevant details and medical history and will carry out an assessment in order to help establish the cause and diagnosis of your condition.

This will help inform appropriate treatment to be carried out in this initial and subsequent sessions with your agreement. It may be necessary to remove some clothing during the examination and treatment, shorts and loose clothing are suitable, although a gown will also be offered.

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