How We Treat

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is hands on and involves hands-on manual therapy for both the diagnosis and treatment of many conditions which cause pain or discomfort.   It is based on the principal that the wellbeing of each person depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues working smoothly together.  

Treatment involves a carefully selected combination of techniques including soft tissue massage, joint movements, gentle stretches, mobilisations and manipulations and these techniques can be used on the spine or other joints and muscles around the body.

Our Osteopaths are able to treat a wide variety of conditions the most common of which being:

- back pain
- neck pain
- sciatica
- arthritic pain
- rheumatic pain
- shoulder pain
- elbow and wrist pain
- tennis elbow
- muscle spasms
- migraine
- neck related headaches 
- repetitive strain injury
- aches and pains during pregnancy
- aches and pains from bad posture

During your first appointment, our Osteopath will do a comprehensive assessment of your posture, joints and muscles to try and find the root cause of the issue, as well as treating the painful area.  Our resident Osteopath is Ellie West - for further information about Ellie please click here

Our Osteopaths are registered with all major insurance companies including Bupa.

To book an appointment with a Registered Osteopath at our clinic set in the elegant grounds of Hartham Park estate, Corsham Wiltshire (between Chippenham & Bath) please contact us.

 

 

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