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" A Patient's opinion"

Sometimes it's best to let other people have their say .... and it's always lovely to hear that someone feels a whole lot better after their treatment! ... See more

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"TREATMENT" 💆🏼‍♂️

Now we are getting onto the good part!

There are many different options for treatment when you see an osteopath, from soft tissue or massage, mobilisation, ... See more

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"MOVE BETTER"

Have you got ‘Lockdown back’ or ‘tech neck’? Let’s get you moving better…

As life moves forward, it’s time to tackle those habits that have led to ‘Lockdown back’ ... See more

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"Mobilisation"

What the heck is that? When we speak about mobilising your body we mean that we are getting it moving again!

It feels great to move ....

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#mobilityweek ... See more

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"Will it hurt?"

To be honest with you ... sometimes it will hurt! But we are not evil! And we will always work within your pain threshold.

As some areas of your body may be inflammed due to injury ... See more

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"Postural assessment"

Osteopaths look at the way you move or don't move, to be able to understand what is going on inside of you. Areas of restriction can lead to reduced function of an area, poor ... See more

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“Live like it’s spring” 💐

A positive mental attitude is one of the pillars of good health. Despite the situation that you might find yourself in, try to find one positive that you can take ... See more

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“Highly-specialised sense of touch” ✋🏼

One of the skills we learn as osteopaths is to develop our sense of touch. We use this to feel for differences in muscle tone, skin temperature and ... See more

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“Well-educated” 👩🏼‍🎓

Osteopaths study for a minimum of 4 years at university level to get an understanding of your body. We learn about anat oh and physiology, pathology and clinical ... See more

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“Getting to know you” ⠀

The first part of osteopathy is understanding you, the patient. ⠀

Osteopaths will ask lots of questions about your current problem, your past medical history, ... See more

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