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Osteopathy is a manual therapy system that focuses on treatment to wide ranging musculoskeletal disorders. The most common of these disorders is low back pain, neck pain, shoulder, hip and knee as well as other treatments that are generally a common presentation to GP’s such as jaw pain, Headaches and even Asthma.
The aims and objectives on every consultation is to effectively relieve pain, restore joint integrity and mobility which will significantly improve the quality of life for many patients without the use of drugs or surgery.
The level of pain presented to osteopath depends on the type of onset, ie was it a sudden onset with or without trauma or a sudden gradual onset.
Quite often the case history will lead the osteopath to a significant rational theory to the problem which then is supported by relevant orthopaedic, neurological or other tests to determine a working hypothesis and diagnosis.
More often or not if a referral is not indicated than the focus tends to leans towards tissue damage to the body's muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons, discs, and nerves and how they relate to good body function and posture. Osteopaths use palpation as a form of diagnostic touch, very often physical manipulation, stretching and massage to increase the mobility of joints, to relieve muscle tension, to enhance good vascular supply to aid tissue recovery. At the heart of osteopathic intervention is prevention strategy, ie advice and corrective postural advice and exercise rehabilitation so that patients take responsibility for their long term management and don’t become dependent on our help
Are Osteopaths Regulated ?
Training, qualifications & experience
Academic Qualifications (highest to lowest)
- BSc Osteopathy (Hons) 1997 – 2002 (Middlesex University) Post Graduate Certificate (Level 6) Sport & Exercise Rehabilitation 2009-2011 (Hertfordshire University)
- Advanced Specialist Diploma Pilates
- Advanced Fitness Instructor (level 3) 2010
- GP Exercise Referral Instructor (level 3)2012
- Gym Instructor (level 2)1997
- Pilates Instructor (level 2, 2005)
- Advanced Pilates Instructor (Diploma) Level 3 2016
Other available therapies
Pilates personal training
Pilates Clinical rehabilitation
Osteopathy Consultation £45 1 hour
Follow up visits £35 45 minutes
Personal Training & Rehabilitation £35 1 hour
Clinical Pilates Reformer £35 1 hour
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Maps & Directions
Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm