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What is Osteopathy? 

Osteopathy is a holistic form of manual therapy which utilises the link between the body's structure and function to address issues of the skeleton, muscles, joints, ligaments, fascia, circulation and lymphatic system. Osteopathy aims to boost one's overall health & wellbeing by promoting your bodies natural healing abilities.  


Osteopaths are university trained for a minimum of 4.5 years to use a combination of orthopedic assessment, range of motion testing, postural assessments to formulate a treatment plan that is tailored to each individual's needs. 

The osteopath applies their knowledge in anatomy, physiology, pathology, nutrition, medical diagnosis and osteopathic techniques to address underlying source of chronic and acute pain and injuries and the effect they have on the body as a whole. 

Osteopathy uses a range of manual techniques, such as massage, joint mobilisation, and manipulation with the goal being reduce pain, improve postural balance, restore function and mobility as well as promote optimal fluid dynamics in the body. 

Osteopathy also places great emphasis on promoting self-healing and self-regulation by encouraging our clients to take charge of their health by adopting healthy lifestyle habits, such as exercise and good nutrition.

  • Back pain 

  • Neck pain 

  • Headaches/Migraines

  • Whiplash

  • Shoulder pain 

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Wrist and hand pain 

  • Arthritis

  • Children and infants 

  • Hip pain

  • knee pain

  • Ankle & Heel pain 

  • Achillies Tendonitis/Tendinopathy 

  • Flat feet 

  • Pregnancy Musuloskeletal pain 

  • jaw pain 

  • Sports injuries 

  • Women's Health

What do we treat? 

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