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Postpartum osteopathy

Postpartum Osteopathy

Often, it is thought that being pregnant is one of the hardest physically challenging things a woman can do. No-one really gives a second thought to poor old mum afterwards, once your perfect new baby has arrived. Mum – move aside, and lets focus on this tiny, gorgeous and totally dependant, warm and cuddly baby. […]

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osteopathy and pregnancy

Pregnancy and Osteopathy

Oh my goodness…. I’m pregnant! What will happen to my body? These are the thoughts that runs through every expectant mothers mind when they find out they are pregnant. It can be an exciting, emotional, scary, fun, tiring and amazing experience.  Having informed and supportive pre and post-natal care is very important in the journey […]

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Osteopathy and Arthritis

Osteopathy is a form of hands on therapy that primarily treats the musculoskeletal (muscular and skeletal) systems of the body. Osteopaths have a detailed and in depth understanding of how the body moves and functions as a whole unit.

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Top Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

Did you know that shoulder pain can be caused from lots of different issues? Osteopaths are highly skilled at diagnosing and treating shoulder pain and associated conditions. We make sure you understand what has happened and why. By understanding the complex nature of the shoulder girdle, it will help explain how so many different issues […]

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Pelvic Floor and How To Strengthen It

What is the Pelvic Floor and How Can I do Exercises for it? The good news is…..pelvic floor exercises can be done anywhere – while sitting, standing or lying down! The benefits of exercise for your pelvic floor include: Reducing back pain, pelvic pain and pelvic girdle pain Improving and maintaining muscle tone Supporting good […]

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Neck Pain and Osteopathy

Lately we have seen an increase in neck pain patients coming into our clinic. Injuries that might be causing neck pain could be a bulging disc, pinched nerves in the neck, muscle and ligament strains, arthritis, joint sprains, and whiplash. Acute or chronic neck pain may often be associated with a sedentary job or lifestyle.

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