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Osteopaths treat more than back pain and is suitable for people of all ages; from birth and beyond. Osteopathy focuses on the diagnosis, treatment & prevention of a broad range of health conditions. Helping alleviate acute & chronic pain to preventative care

Osteopaths use hand-on manual therapy to stretch, massage, move and manipulate joints. The aim of treatment is to increase mobility, relieve muscular tension and enhance blood and nerve supply to the tissues in the body; in order to restore balance and help to alleviate pain without the use of drugs or surgery. 

In addition, your osteopath may offer exercises, advice and strategies to help support your treatment and aid your recovery, giving you the control back on managing your symptoms at home. 

Osteopaths are regulated, primary healthcare professionals who will take the time to listen to your symptoms and encourage you to talk about all aspects of your health – you can see an osteopath with multiple complaints as osteopaths treat the body as a whole.

Treatment may also include orthopaedic testing, neurological & blood pressure screening to assist in your diagnosis and treatment.

Osteopathy can offer people with a broad range of health conditions gentle, safe and effective treatment. They are trained to diagnose and identify “red flags” which may need referral to other healthcare professionals where appropriate, including GP’s, A&E or private imaging & consultants.

Osteopathy can help with but is not limited to:

  • General aches and pains

  • Joint pain

  • Arthritic pain

  • Acute & chronic backache

  • Back pain 

  • Neck pain 

  • Cervicogenic headache (arising from the neck) 

  • Prevention of migraines and cervicogenic headaches

  • Shoulder and elbow pain

  • Circulatory problems, cramp

  • Digestive problems

  • Lumbago

  • Sciatica

  • Muscle spasms

  • Neuralgia

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Inability to relax

  • Rheumatic pain

Our bodies have an innate ability to heal themselves. Osteopathy takes a holistic, whole-body approach to your healthcare. Siân does not concentrate only on the problem area, but uses manual techniques to balance all the body systems, and to provide overall good health and wellbeing.

The General Osteopathic Council regulates all osteopaths in the UK and every osteopath is insured and fully CRB checked.

Siân’s registration number is: 9709 – you can find her by searching the General Osteopathic Council Osteopathic Register here.


Womens Health Osteopathy

Osteopathy can help you rebalance through all stages of life from teens to pre-conception through to Pregnancy, post partum and on to menopause and beyond. Many women are hesitant to seek help for intimate problems that can have a huge impact on their quality of lives and their relationships, but help is available.

For more detailed information please see Siân’s own website Click here

Baby & Childrens Osteopathy

As a baby’s skeleton is softer than an adult’s, the osteopath will use very gentle osteopathic treatments for the treatment of babies and children. Gentle soft tissue massage and joint articulation aims to increase the blood flow and stimulate the nerve supply to all the tissues of the body.

Osteopathic treatment may be used to help reduce joint pains which some children experience, especially if they experience a rapid growth spurt. By using gentle stretching and massage to reduce any tension around the joints and advising on activity and sports, this postural discomfort can sometimes be reduced.


Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopathy is a gentle osteopathic approach. Treatment usually focuses on, but is not limited to, the cranium and sacrum in order to release tensions and restrictions in the body to optimise health and well-being. People of all ages can be treated in this way, however, it is a particularly effective approach in the treatment of babies, young children and during pregnancy.