What is Osteopathy?

Osteopaths offer a holistic approach to assess the structure and biomechanics of the body to determine which areas of the body require treatment to restore optimal function and movement.

Osteopaths aim to improve pain, injury and dysfunction by releasing tight muscles and connective tissues that effect the function and alignment of bones, nerves and joints.

This is achieved through various techniques such as; soft tissue massage, trigger point release, stretching, dry needling, joint manipulation and articulation.


How we treat

We offer individualised treatment based on your medical history, presenting symptoms and previous experience of manual therapy.

Providing advice on exercise rehabilitation, stretching, self massage/ trigger pointing, posture and lifestyle is a key part of our treatment philosophy.

We also want you to feel informed, educated and involved on why you have your current symptoms and what the plan is moving forward to ensure the chances of persisting or recurrent symptoms or pain are minimised.


What we treat

Osteopaths treat a range of conditions caused by everyday activity, work and sport. in patients of all ages from infants through to elderly. Treat pain, injury and dysfunction to achieve optimal health.

  • sports injuries

  • occupational injuries

  • back pain

  • postural problems

  • neck and shoulder pain

  • headaches

  • carpel tunnel syndrome

  • whiplash

  • sciatica

  • knee pain

  • shin splints

  • heel/ foot pain