• History of Osteopathy

    History of Osteopathy

    Osteopathy was first developed and introduced by Dr A T Still in the 1870`s in Mid-West America and later brought to England in the early 1900`s. From its early introduction into Britain, Osteopathy has gained wide acclaim for its holistic approach to patient care and its success in treating many musculoskeletal conditions. If you would

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  • Pregnancy – How Osteopathy Can Help

    Pregnancy – How Osteopathy Can Help

    Osteopathic treatment will maximise your body’s ability to change and support you and your baby with minimum pain and discomfort. Benefits of Osteopathy During Pregnancy Osteopathic treatment while pregnant can ease some of the symptoms typically associated with pregnancy including: Aches and pains (back pain, neck and shoulder pain, muscular tension) Lower abdominal pain Nausea

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  • The most common type of headache

    The most common type of headache

    Did you know: the most common type of headache originates from muscle stiffness or joint strain in the neck and upper thoracic region. If you’re suffering from headaches, your osteopath can help by: Improving mobility in your neck, ribs and spine Reducing muscular tension Improving blood supply Advising on posture, exercises and stretching Book an

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  • Thank you to Mud Sweat and Gears- Hadleigh Country Park

    Thank you to Mud Sweat and Gears- Hadleigh Country Park

    What a great day! Really well organised and a great bunch of people. Thanks to everyone who came up and spoke to us. Glad to be of benefit to the team on the day. A lot of people come up for advice and I hope it helped some of you be more informed about how

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  • Strengths of Osteopathy

    One of the main strengths of osteopathy is the unique way the patient is assessed. We do this by carefully examining the patient’s mechanical, functional and postural abilities, always remembering how each part of the body is interrelated. We also view the patient holistically, taking into account all aspects of the patient’s lifestyle. Osteopaths also

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  • What is Osteopathy?

    Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment, using a variety of manual methods. Osteopathy is complementary to other medical practices. It is suitable for almost anyone and can contribute to the treatment and management of a wide range of conditions. Osteopaths primarily work through the neuro-musculo-skeletal system, mostly on muscles and joints, using holistic and

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