Benefits of Osteopathy

The benefits of treatment can include: Diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems Reduced pain Improved flexibility, mobility and joint range of motion Faster return to normal activities Hands on treatment by skilled professional Understanding what is wrong, how to help yourself now, and confidence to help yourself in the future Fully regulated and insured Quick […]

slider_6The benefits of treatment can include:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems
  • Reduced pain
  • Improved flexibility, mobility and joint range of motion
  • Faster return to normal activities
  • Hands on treatment by skilled professional
  • Understanding what is wrong, how to help yourself now, and confidence to help yourself in the future
  • Fully regulated and insured
  • Quick access to treatment

All Osteopaths undergo four years full time or five years part time intensive training. This training includes the study of human anatomy, physiology, pathology, clinical medicine and manipulative medicine with a focus on the principles of Osteopathy, orthopaedic physical assessment and diagnosis procedures. Osteopathic training also includes the evaluation of the neuromuscular skeletal system. Osteopaths are required by the government regulator the General Osteopathic Council to update their skills through ongoing Continual Professional Development (CPD), every year.