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Osteopaths work to assist with the alignment and free mobility of the body framework via the neuro-musculo-skeletal system.

Osteopathic philosophy holds that the body’s structure and it’s function are intimately related and that the body has a self-healing ability. 

Many adults seek Osteopathic treatment for the following:

  • back, neck and peripheral joint pain

  • headache, migraine

  • muscle and ligament injuries (ankles, knees, hips, wrists, elbows, shoulders)

  • sciatic nerve pain

  • injuries after different kinds of falls

  • pre- and post-surgery

  • after car accidents or other forms of trauma such as falls (horse riders, skiers, motorbike riders)

  • concussion and post-concussion syndrome

  • disc injury and recovery

  • whiplash injuries

  • sleep disturbances

  • TMJ/jaw pain

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