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Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a form of manual medicine that emphasises the musculoskeletal system and its interrelationship with the rest of the body. We use a variety of techniques, including massage, stretching, joint manipulation (joint clicking!) to help improve mobility and reduce pain and stiffness. We focus on the underlying cause of health problems, not just the symptoms.

Acupuncture

We use thin needles in certain trigger points in muscles aimed to reduce pain and tightness in the muscle. Acupuncture also aims to stimulate the body's inherent healing mechanism.
while acupuncture can be used to treat a variety of conditions, my favourite areas are headaches, knee pain, achilles pain, and sciatica. there can often be an immediate improvement in your pain experience but often it can take 3-5 sessions to get longer term changes.

Rehab

Rehabilitation exercises are designed to help people recover from injuries or surgeries by strengthening muscles, improving flexibility, and restoring range of motion. These exercises can be tailored to your specific needs and can get your function and mobility back.

Lifestyle

Health has many influencing factors and we want to work out what positive changes you can make in your life to enhance your health and wellbeing. This can include advice on physical activity, balanced diet, managing stress, getting enough sleep, and avoiding harmful substances such as smoking and excessive alcohol.

FAQ

The first appointment takes up to an hour for the case history, assessment, treatment, and exercise advice. Follow up sessions are 30 minutes.

Depends on the clinic.

Notts Osteopathy: First appt – £65, Follow up – £45

Beeston Osteopathy: First Appt – £60, Follow up – £46

Due to the physical nature of treatment, often you will feel “worked on”. Feeling tired, headachey, thirsty are all common post treatment. Majority of side effects will resolve within 48 hours.

Generally speaking, we tend advise that the longer you’ve had an issue, the longer it can take to improve. One treatment “cures” do happen, but typically most people have three to five sessions.

Check out the contact us page for our locations.

Yes, I have full indemnity insurance and am registered with the General Osteopathic Council.

Check out our blog where I’ve written about the most common question we get!

There is a recent systematic review published in the British Medical Journal discussing the evidence around osteopathy treatment.

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