The holistic approach and gentle treatments used in Osteopathy have been proven (and demonstrated) to be one of the most effective and economical forms of healthcare available. In particular regards to musculoskeletal disorders, it is also considered to be the best - making it an ideal form of treatment for the whole family.
Paediatric Osteopathy is a specialised area of Osteopathy that may be used to treat babies and children of all ages - from toddlers through to teenagers - for a wide range of conditions such as pre- and post-natal strains, traumatic births, falls, childhood and teenage muscular pain and discomfort caused by rapid growth, postural and physical imbalances or sports injuries.
Osteopathy may be a particularly suitable form of treatment for aged people as the techniques used are gentle and non-invasive. These treatments have been found to be extremely beneficial in helping to improve the quality and range of motion in joints throughout the body and the function of the nervous system, as well as improve blood circulation and lymphatic drainage.
Osteopathy is a widely used and recognised form of treatment amongst those professional athletes. Osteopathic treatments may assist with prevention of injury as well as treatment of many common sporting injuries, including neck and back strains, shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries (such as tennis or golf elbow), hip, knee, leg, ankle and foot injuries.
The constant demands of a busy lifestyle may have a direct impact on our sense of vitality and well-being. Many professionals spend hours everyday in their cars and at their desks, leading to a whole host of serious health-related problems. Osteopaths may offer effective treatment for issues such as back and neck pain and RSI, as well as providing advice on exercise, posture and diet.
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