Osteopathy

.Sports Injuries

• Sciatica

• Disc herniation / degeneration

• Arthritis

• Muscle spasm

• Scar Tissue (Post-surgical, post-traumatic)

• Tendonitis (in elbow, wrist, shoulder, ankle)

• Rotator cuff injury

• Headache

• Whiplash

• Spinal alignment dysfunctions

 

 

Cranial Osteopathy is a subtle form of osteopathic treatment that uses very gentle pressure to encourage the release of stresses throughout the body. It is called 'cranial' because treatment often involves the head, although other parts of the body such as the spine and tailbone can also be involved.

 

Visceral manipulation is the practice of an experienced therapist using his or her hands to move and release fascial restrictions in your abdomen and pelvis to encourage the normal movement and function of your internal org

 

Structural osteopathy is the better known and most common part of osteopathy. Quite often the term is wrongly used to define osteopathy itself. Structural osteopathy describes the diagnosis and treatment of dysfunctions in the musculoskeletal system, in the same way visceral osteopathy relates to the visceral system.