Osteopathy aims to improve the function of the body and reduce pain. To achieve this, we use a variety of evidence-based osteopathic techniques including soft tissue massage, gentle-focused manipulation and rehabilitation exercises.
Osteopaths need to have an accredited osteopathy degree. This typically lasts between four and five years, after which they must register with the General Osteopathic Council and undertake regular professional training.
Osteopathic training includes the assessment of, and medically diagnosing, conditions. We work with the spine, muscles, joints and structures of the body in order treat and prevent a wide range of issues.
Our highly trained and experienced osteopaths will assess and diagnose the underlying cause of your pain. In conjunction with a manual approach, and the use of modern and clinically evidence-based technology, including shockwave therapy, theraguns, and kinesio tape, we will deliver the highest standard of healthcare for our patients.
Our osteopaths are covered by most private medical insurers. Please contact us to discuss your options.
We operate as part of a far-reaching network of clinical and medical excellence, from local GPs to MRI and CT scanning facilities. We can refer patients as required so you can be confident that you will be seeing the right specialist to treat your pain.
We believe that no matter what your goals are, the standard of care you receive should match your needs and expectations.