Osteopathy uses hands-on techniques to both diagnose and treat the body as a whole. Our qualified Osteopaths offer a wide range of experience with safe, effective and non-invasive treatments, which are always tailored to the individual patient.
As an example, some manual therapies may focus on adjusting or exercising a particular area to relieve tension. But in Osteopathy, we ask questions about your general health and lifestyle factors before assessing your musculoskeletal system. Osteopaths may look at many different areas to get to the root cause for the tension or injury. This is what we mean when we say we treat the body as a whole.
Osteopaths undergo years of training at specialised institutions and graduate as Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) or Bachelor of osteopathy (B.Ost).
To gain an insight into what is happening within your body, we also make use of scans such as M.R.I.s, X-rays and blood work.
Will Osteopathy help me?
Osteopathy can address a range of issues.
The gentle Cranial and Harmonic techniques are particularly suited to treating newborns and babies, as well as supporting pre and post-natal mums.
Your osteopath may also recommend exercises or additional therapies to enhance your treatment.
Gentle and Effective
We emphasise gentle and effective treatments such as the Harmonic technique, process-centred osteopathy and Cranial osteopathy.
Foundations in Science
We integrate the latest scientific research from a number of disciplines (especially neuroscience and behavioural science) to help patients achieve their health and movement goals.
We work as a team both amongst our osteopaths and with our health care and exercise professionals at CORE.
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