What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a gentle form of manual therapy that recognises the holistic link between the structures of your body and the way it works.
What conditions can osteopathy be beneficial for?
- Neck pain and headaches
- Back pain and sciatica
- Repetitive strain and overuse injuries
- Pregnancy-related discomfort
- Sports injuries and tendonitis
What does an osteopath do?
Osteopaths focus on how your skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, and circulation work together to improve your health and wellbeing.
What makes an osteopath different?
Osteopathy takes a hands-on and holistic approach to healthcare. It is suitable for many people, from newborns to seniors, and for those with complex medical problems.
What are the range of treatment techniques osteopaths use?
- Soft tissue massage
- Joint articulation
- Dry needling
- Advice on exercise, nutrition and posture
Is a referral required?
A referral is not required for an osteopath consultation.
Can I claim this service as an extra on my health insurance policy?
An osteopathy session may be claimed on private health insurance depending on your level of cover, please check with your private health insurance provider.