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It’s one of the best ways to improve your health, especially if the idea of swallowing several pills every morning, or going under the knife makes you uneasy.
But osteopathy isn’t for everyone.
Here are 5 common problems that osteopathy can solve
Are you experiencing any of these?
These pains are usually experienced by adults with poor posture. This could be the way they stand, how they sit at their office desk, or even how they position themselves as they drive.
Lower back hurting? Pain extending down your back, past your buttocks, and into your legs? You might have sciatica. This along with other lower back pains are often very complex problems and require an expert to determine the cause.
Not all headaches are due to colds, infections, or trauma. If you’re not sure why you have a headache, it may be due to unseen causes such as muscle strain. Your osteopath can help determine which muscles need to be relaxed to ease your headaches.
Through repetitive movements, your tendons may become irritated and inflamed. When this happens, our osteopaths can help you create management strategies to minimise or completely avoid this from occurring again.
When you’re pregnant, your body is going through a lot of stress. It’s not uncommon to experience lower back pain, hip pain, or even knee pain. With an osteopath, you can undergo gentle treatment that’ll reduce your pain while also keeping your baby safe.
How can osteopathy help me with these problems?
Depending on the exact cause of your pain, treatments such as gentle massages, exercises, and stretches can be applied to improve your condition.
At our clinic, we also provide you with techniques to apply in your own time to maintain a pain-free lifestyle for good.
Do you want to chat with a professional osteopath and find out how your problems can be solved? Contact us today and see how we can help.
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