What is Osteopathy?

Sometimes your body isn’t working quite as you’d like and needs a helping hand to get back to where you want it to be. Osteopathy can do just that.

As osteopaths, we help to restore normal muscle and joint function, relieve pain and help you on your road to recovery. We do this through a combination of movement, stretching, deep tissue massage, and muscle and joint manipulation. We may also use dry needling acupuncture and specific exercises.

Osteopathy is available on the NHS in some areas of the UK and can work alongside both traditional and complementary healthcare, as well as independently.

Professionalism and safety

The steps to your treatment

Your health and lifestyle

We’ll talk to you about your health and life, including your medical history, diet and exercise habits. We may also, carry out a few medical checks, such as checking your pulse, blood pressure and reflexes.

Your problem points

We usually look at your posture and how you move your body. We may also assess which areas are sensitive or tight, and what happens when we move them for you.

Your treatment plan

We’ll look at your personal situation and recommend a treatment plan that gives you the best possible results.

Sometimes, we may feel that osteopathy isn’t the right solution. If that’s the case, we’ll let you know and refer you to your GP or another specialist, such as an orthopaedic surgeon.

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