What is Osteopathy?
- Osteopathy is an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment of muscle, joint problems and soft tissue injuries.
- Osteopathy combines specific knowledge of anatomy and physiology and uses many of the diagnostic procedures used in conventional medicine.
- Pain and dysfunction often occur because a person's body is not working in the most efficient way. This puts strain on the muscles, ligaments and joints, which can result in pain and discomfort. Osteopaths work to restore the structure and function of the body to a state of balance and harmony, so helping the whole person.
What can Osteopathy help to treat?
- Sports injuries
- Headaches/ migraines
- Back and neck pain
- Muscle/ tendon and joint injuries
- Hip/ knee and ankle problems
- Shoulder/ arm and hand injuries
- Disc/ nerve problems
During the Ethos upgrade works, therapists will be based in alternative locations on campus. Please contact the therapist directly for information and to book a session.