This is one of the most common questions we are asked. Osteopaths, chiropractors and physiotherapists treat the same conditions with different approaches. It is not for us to explain the theories behind Physiotherapy or Chiropractic, but the main principles of Osteopathy are that the body is a unit and that the structure and function of the body are interrelated. This means that dysfunction, or damage, to one area of the body can have drastic effects on other regions of the body.
As Osteopaths, we aim not only to treat the symptoms of the problem, but the cause behind them. In doing so, all of our techniques are hands-on and are specific to your condition and your medical history. Incorporating a wholistic approach, we are also trained to assess diet, nutrition, ergonomics and lifestyle factors to attain a true sense of wellbeing.
When you have had an injury or are recovering from breast surgery, it's likely that you will experience limited movement and mobility. Working with an Osteopath is the first step to improving movement and reducing pain, but this is often part of a longer-...read more
As we all know, our lives right now are quite stressful as we try to deal with the containment of COVID-19. Things are happening now that have never happened in some people’s lifetimes which can be scary and confronting. It’s normal to be anxious abou...read more
Pain has been a huge topic of discussion for a long time now. Nearly everyone feels it, and it varies in character and severity depending on what part of the body is implicated. None of us like being in pain, so the first thing we do is to look for a solu...read more
Pain is an unpleasant, subjective experience which is associated with actual or potential tissue damage. Physiologically, pain is critical for survival, but when pain starts to affect our quality of life, we ask, “how do I get rid of this feeling?”. W...read more
Our modern society and the advancements of technology have led most of us towards a more sedentary lifestyle. Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, the majority of the population were getting up out of bed, walking to the lounge room/study/kitchen table, sitt...read more