What is an Osteopath?
Osteopaths have gained the reputation of being ‘back specialists’. In fact osteopathy treats a large number of conditions via the musculo-skeletal structure – the largest system in the body.
It consists of the bones, joints, muscles and ligaments. This framework also carries the blood vessels and supports the internal organs, the entire health of which is directly associated with the wellbeing of the rest of the body...read more
Osteopaths receive a minimum of 4/5 years training to include; anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, pharmacology, radiography, psychology and clinical methods at degree level. This enables communication and appropriate referral to other professionals, such as GPs or vets.
Treatments available alongside Structural Osteopathy include:
Cranial Osteopathy - www.cranial.org.uk
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) - www.omegalaser.co.uk
Soft Tissue Massage - www.itecworld.co.uk