Physio or Osteo, what’s the difference?

If you’ve ever had a problem such as a sore back, headache, sciatica or a painful knee it’s likely that you have looked for some kind of professional to help.  Physiotherapists and osteopaths are both allied health professionals whose aims are to relieve pain and help your body work better however the differences between them […]

More about Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a system of manual or hands-on therapy that encourages self-healing mechanisms in the body. The aim of osteopaths is to create change in the body structure and so help it to function better. Osteopaths treat people with problems presenting in the Musculo-skeletal system that are long term, (chronic) or acute. Commonly used techniques […]

What can Osteopathy treat?

Osteopaths use a range of treatment methods depending on the age and condition of the person coming to clinic. They are trained to recognize serious conditions that may require further medical help. Osteopathy aims not only to relieve symptoms but to help the body to function better in a number of ways. Patients may report […]

Osteopathy for Seniors

If you’re over 60 its easy to blame everything on “getting older”. That’s what everyone seems to do including doctors. Aches and pains difficulty turning your head backing the car, sciatica, stiff back, sore knees and headaches. These are some problems of getting older and you may be told that nothing can be done about […]