A widespread but misplaced perception of Osteopathy is that it only addresses pains, strains and injuries. Osteopathy can not be defined in such narrow terms because it always considers overall body health. Nevertheless, it does successfully treat muscle and joint pain.
An osteopathic treatment usually consists of a combination of soft-tissue releasing techniques, stretching and some specific adjustments affecting joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. This enhances blood and nerve supply to the tissues, so facilitates your body’s self-healing mechanisms. Ian selects the methods best suited to the needs of each patient.
Below is a list of the complaints Ian’s patients often present with: