Despite its name, Osteopathy concerns much more than just bones.
Osteopathy is a non-invasive therapy that targets muscles, joints & nerves. Many people think of Osteopathy as a purely manual (or manipulative) therapy; while this is an important part of it, it’s not the full story. Osteopathy is also a holistic treatment that can be used to tackle a wide range of injuries, pain and disorders.
If you’ve lived with pain for a long time, Osteopathic treatment can succeed where others approaches have failed. Using a range of techniques, we will work to relieve pain, improve your mobility and help you get on with your life, whether you’re suffering from a sport or work-related injury, arthritis, sciatica or other problems.
As well as offering various forms of pain relief at the Clinic, our osteopaths can offer advice on self-help methods for use at home.
The Osteopaths Act 1993 established the General Osteopathic Council to ‘provide for the regulation of the profession of osteopathy’.
For further details follow www.osteopathy.org. uk.