What We Treat

What We Treat

We help people with a wide range of aches, pains, injuries and conditions.

  • Muscle Strains and spasms.
  • Mechanical back pain.
  • Sacroiliac joint (SIJ) pain.
  • Lumbar Facet Joint. Sprain.
  • Spondylolisthesis.
  • Scoliosis.
  • Disc Problems: injury to the vertebral disc is a common cause of lower back pain.
  • Lumbago: lower back pain.
  • Sciatic Pain: Neuralgia (nerve pain) along the course of the sciatic nerve, most often pain radiating down the leg from the buttocks to the toes, most commonly due to a disc problem.
  • Neck and shoulder pain – you may wake up with neck pain one morning or it may develop over time.
  • Arm pain referring from neck, due to entrapment of nerves.
  • Whiplash: car accidents or major falls are often associated with neck pain radiating out to the shoulders causing headaches and even lower back pain.
  • Rotator cuff injury: injury to the small muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder and are responsible for the stability of the joint.
  • Frozen Shoulder: constant severe limitation of the range of motion of the shoulder due to scarring around the shoulder joint, also known as adhesive capsulitis.
  • Golfer’s elbow: pain is centred around the inside of the elbow and is especially associated with gripping.
  • Tennis elbow: can be associated with neck problems or overloading with DIY or
    carrying heavy loads.
  • Arthritis.
  • Carpal tunnel: pain and pins and needles in the wrist and into the hand and fingers can be distressing but often responds to osteopathy if caught early.
  • Aching knees.
  • Osgood Schlatters disease.
  • Runner’s knee.
  • Arthritic knee.
  • Locking knees.
  • Post surgery. rehabilitation for PCL and ACL injuries.
  • Instability.
  • Sprained ankle: a ligament injury that causes a lot of pain and stiffness that can persist for months. With treatment you will be back to activity faster and can also prevent re-injury.
  • Achilles’ tendonitis: inflammation and thickening of the Achilles tendon and shortening and stiffness in the calf.
  • Plantar fasciitis.
  • Toe and foot pain.
  • Morton’s neuroma.
  • Dropped metatarsal / dropped arch.
  • Headaches: many headaches stem from problems in the neck either from trauma, Road Traffic Accident (RTA) or from general wear and tear.
  • Migraine management.
  • Jaw problems: may arise after a visit to the dentist or due to grinding the teeth (Bruxism).
  • Sinusitis.
  • Hamstring tears or pain: may be due to a muscle injury or referred pain from the lower back.
  • Pre and post natal care.
  • Hip pain.
  • Groin strains are a common football injury but can be seen in many other sportspeople or gym enthusiasts and may be related to the pelvis alignment or mobility.
  • Digestive disorders in children and adults: can be treated with techniques to the abdomen and spinal manipulations as well as dietary advice.
  • Also known as degenerative arthritis, it is a joint disease caused by the breakdown and loss of the cartilage of one or more joints.
  • With repetitive use, pain, swelling, warmth, and creaking may be noticed in the affected joint. There are a variety of treatments, exercise and lifestyle changes that can be made to minimise stress on the joint affected which will reduce joint pain and inflammation.
  • Fibromyalgia is a common condition in which people experience symptoms that include widespread pain and tenderness in the body, often accompanied by fatigue and problems with memory and concentration.

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