Our Treatments

Osteopathy

Osteopaths are first line healthcare practitioners and work with other healthcare professionals as necessary to ensure you are given the best possible care.  You can be assured that you will be treated with utmost respect and consulted at every stage, advising you of treatment options and gaining your consent for any techniques used to aid recovery. The stages of your treatment are simple and shown below.

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About You

During your first visit with us, the first step is to listen carefully to you, ask some questions about your health and lifestyle – we are there to listen.

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Diagnosis

We will work with you to gather all the information needed to identify the cause of your pain – an accurate diagnosis.

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Treatment

We will agree a treatment approach with you and request your consent before the use of any technique – your peace of mind comes first.

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Feeling Better

We pride ourselves on helping you take control of your health so you not only feel better but also understand the nature of your own good health.

Sports Massage

Sports massage uses a variety of techniques to help obtain maximum performance and physical condition while reducing chance of injury. However, you don’t have to be actively involved in sports to benefit from the deep relaxation and improved tissue health offered by sports massage. The stages of your treatment are simple and shown below.

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About you

As with any treatment, we need to know a little about you, any medication or other details that may affect your treatment

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Assessment

If you are visiting us for the first time, we will look at your range of movement so we have a reference point for your improvement in return visits.

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Treatment

If we are treating an injury, we may focus on specific tissues to help your recovery or if your visit is for a more general sense of well-being and relaxation, treatment may include the whole body.

 

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Next steps

We want to help you enjoy being active without further injury and so we may suggest exercises or small lifestyle changes to support a healthy life.