Why Do You Need Osteopathy? What Is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging somebody s muscles and joints. An osteopath is the person who does the massaging and tries to treat your joints so that they begin to have better movements and increases your mobility when walking, doing any physical exercise or work involving different muscles.
There are several techniques to helping your muscle joints through osteopathy which makes this completely pain-free during and after the treatment. The treatment does not require drugs or surgery so can be helpful to prevent injuries without having to have major operations or take drugs.
What Does An Osteopath Treat?
An osteopath can be used to prevent or treat your muscles so that you will not become injured again or have issues with your muscles. An
osteopath can treat many muscles on your body and many issues that you may have with your body. Patients may come with complaints about tension in all body parts and osteopathy will assist you in: Lower Back Pain Neck Pain Shoulder Pain Arthritis Hips Leg Muscles Pelvis Sport Injuries Heels & Feet Elbows Repetitive Strain Injuries
Osteopath can be used to regularly treat any injuries that you have as it can be an ongoing process which will continuously help the injury. They mainly treat bones, joints and muscles to help your body stay mobile and by having a better body, it could help with other issues such as headaches and other pains, although there is
no evidence to completely prove this.
If you need an osteopath to help out with any muscle issues, get in touch with The Clinic Of Osteopathy Ltd today on 0208 886 9977 and find out about all the ways we can help you. What Are The Benefits Of Using An Osteopath?
There are many benefits to using an osteopath for your body. First of all, it sets itself apart from other medical industries that help to
repair injuries related to bones and muscles as it does not require any surgery on your body or drugs. As well as this being able to save a lot of money, there is no guarantee that surgery or drugs will help and it could end up ruining your body even more. With an osteopath, there is no risk that your body will get worse as the process is painless on all parts of your body.
As well as osteopathy being painless during the process, it is also painless after. Although it may not heal your injury instantly, it can work it back to better condition and you will not have to experience any soreness afterwards. It is also suitable for all ages so no matter if you are quite elderly or very young, osteopaths can be extremely effective.
The main benefit is of course that it will make you more mobile and give your muscles more structural stability, helping you to move more freely.
What Does An Osteopath Do To You?
An osteopath is similar to a chiropractor in that they will massage your body and muscles in order to relive tension and stress in the body and help your muscles become more mobile however osteopaths will cover more of your body. The massage will generally last around 45 minutes unless you would like a longer session on different body parts.
As long as you choose an osteopath who is
registered with major health insurance companies, osteopaths are completely free as well, making this treatment a much more convenient option. Osteopaths will provide on-going care and recommend having 2 or 3 sessions within your first week, whilst you will only need around 6 overall to help get your muscles back to their best condition.
We are registered with all major health insurance companies so provide FREE osteopathy. Get in touch with us today on 0208 886 9977 to find out more about our service.