Osteopaths primarily work through the neuro-musculoskeletal system, mostly on muscles and joints. An important principle of osteopathy is that the body has its own self-healing mechanisms, which can be utilised as part of the treatment.
Osteopathy involves soft tissue work, stretching and manipulation of the bones and muscles to promote mobility and restore the body’s balance. When treating, an Osteopath considers the whole body as a functional unit.
Osteopathy is one of the therapeutic disciplines that falls under the natural therapies umbrella. Instead of prescribing manufactured medications, Osteopaths will manipulate areas of the body that will relieve impediments to the body’s own healing mechanisms.
Osteopaths treat more than you think:
- Sports Injuries
- Acute Injury
- Chronic Pain
- Manual Therapy
- Strengthening Programs
- Core Stability Programs
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