Osteopathic techniques assist in improving elasticity, strength, endurance, mobility and performance. We can help prevent and treat many sporting injuries for all sports people, from beginners to professionals. Among the injuries we help prevent and treat, neck and back strains, shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries, hip and pelvic injuries, knee, leg and ankle injuries. Read more
Sciatica is a painful syndrome caused by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve.
The sciatic nerve runs deep through the buttock and down the leg. Sciatica can range from a dull ache to an incapacitating pain. Symptoms may be constant or intermittent, depending on activities or time of day. Osteopathy can be useful in relieving the symptoms of sciatica. Read more
Shoulder pain has become extremely common over recent years as a result of frequent computer and smartphone usage and increased sedentary lifestyle. Shoulder pain is often very complex. As a result, shoulder injuries can be more difficult to treat. Your osteopath will work with you to determine the cause of your pain and decide on a course of treatment. Read more
Arthritis is common condition that can affect people of all ages. Arthritis affects the muscles, bones and joints and usually involves inflammation of one or more joints. The symptoms of arthritis are pain and swelling in the joints and surrounding tissues. This is often accompanied by stiffness and decreased movement. Read more
Tendonitis is inflammation of a tendon and usually occurs due to overuse. Tendons are bands of strong connective tissue that attach muscle to bone. The most common symptom of tendonitis is pain that is dull and aching, sharp and burning or radiating. Recovery from tendonitis is often lengthy. Read more
Poor posture can cause a range problems including back pain, spinal problems, poor circulation, joint degeneration and rounded shoulders. Good posture can help relieve back pain and involves training your body to function in positions where the least amount of strain is placed on supporting muscles and ligaments. Read more