How Much Does Our Osteopathy
Osteopathy & Acupuncture
Full MOT + Posture Correction
Other Osteopathic Services We Offer:
Spinal Analysis/Postural Assessments
Posture is analysed during sitting, lying, walking and standing and helps to identify anatomical asymmetries, causes of musculoskeletal pain, joint restrictions and general discomfort.
Joint mobilisation involves the physical passive manipulation of a joint, its capsule and connective tissues for the purposes of relieving stiffness, pain and reduced range of motion. The type of mobilisation used is usually classified in terms of direction of movement, amplitude of the movement and speed of movement.
Percussive Vibration Therapy
The main effects of the treatment are to release thickened connective tissue adhesions, making your muscles feel looser and freer. This will then stimulate contraction of the muscle fibres, which improves the muscles function.
The goal of this procedure, also known as spinal manipulation, is to improve spinal motion and improve your body’s physical function.
Kinesiology taping (KT) is a therapeutic tool and has become increasingly popular within the sporting arena. Taping has been used for a long time for the prevention and treatment of sporting injuries. There’s many benefits to KT: muscle facilitation; reduced delayed-onset muscle soreness; pain inhibition; enhanced healing, such as reducing oedema, are just a few benefits
An acupuncturist will insert needles into a person’s body with the aim of balancing their energy. Conditions it is used for different kinds of pain, such as headaches, blood pressure problems, and whooping cough, among others.
Physical treatment and corrective exercises can loosen restricted and re-train weak or unstable patterns (not isolated areas) to function in the correct manner. Initially it is important to release off any tight muscles or restricted joints.
We will provide professional advice regarding lifestyle changes designed to improve your posture, as well as tips on safe lifting and bending techniques to avoid further injury in the future.