An osteopath can help with…
Recurring aches and pains
Do you have aches and pains that never seem to completely go away despite stretching, rest or having had treatment?
Pain that persists for many months or years impacts on more than just our physical health. It can cause changes in our nervous system and behaviour. It requires a very different approach to pain of recent onset.
When we are in pain we want to understand what is occurring and be confident that we have a strategy to get us back to our usual daily activities, fitness or sport.
Return to sport or activity
Are you looking to return to sport or want to get fit after a period of inactivity but are worried about a previous or existing injury or vulnerability?
Age-related aches and pain
Aches and pains that develop as we get older are often put down to old age but most times can be nipped in the bud with some hands-on treatment, guidance on movement and posture, and the right exercises.
Pain associated with anxiety
Pain is multifactorial and is often driven less by mechanical factors and more by stress, anxiety, fear, or inadequate sleep. Often there are both mechanical and lifestyle factors that need addressing. These can usually be self-managed with the right guidance.