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Osteopathy is a well-established approach to health care based on a unique clinical diagnosis and manual treatment system. A caring approach and attention to the individual are fundamental.

  • I know Osteopathy treats back pain, but can I expect help for pain in my knee?
    Yes, it can. Many people think that Osteopathy is solely for the treatment of lower back pain, but Osteopaths successfully treat neck, hip, knee, ankle, foot, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, and even jaw pain and stiffness. Tension headaches are also successfully treated.
  • What conditions can be treated by osteopaths?
    Lower and upper back pain Neck pain Whiplash injuries Tension headaches Muscle spasm Joint pain Trauma- injury Sports injury Arthritic pain Shoulder and arm pain Elbow, wrist and hand pain Hip and knee pain Ankle and foot pain Postural problems Trapped nerves Tennis Elbow
  • Is osteopathy regulated?
    In 1993, osteopathy became the first primary complementary healthcare profession to be accorded statutory recognition. That has led to the foundation of the General Osteopathic Council. Since 1998, only those practitioners able to satisfy its educational and ethical standards can join this register and call themselves osteopaths. Patients now have the same safeguards as when they consult a doctor or dentist.
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