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- Arthritic and rheumatic pain
- Back aches and pain sports and work related injuries
- Muscle and joint pain
- Shoulder and knee pain
- Repetitive strain injury
- Whiplash and neck pain.
Osteopathy is a recognized system of diagnosis and treatment focusing on the structure and mechanics of the body. It uses gentle manipulative techniques to correct and normalise joint and tissue imbalances and aid the healing process.
Osteopathy is a recognised system of diagnosis and treatment focusing on the structure and mechanics of the body. They use gentle manipulative techniques to correct and normalise joint and tissue imbalances and aid the healing process.
An osteopath must have completed a 4 year full time training course at a recognised college. The course includes anatomy, physiology and pathology and over 1000 hours of clinical work. This ensures that an osteopath can use their skills to analyse your problems and make a diagnosis, possibly using other tests or investigations if necessary.
Thomas received a Master of Osteopathy degree from the highly respected British School of Osteopathy. As well as being trained in all aspects of osteopathy including soft tissue massage, joint mobilisation, cranial and visceral techniques, he has also received further qualifications in sports injuries and massage.
Thomas works very much along structural lines and has a particular interest in work/life balance and its demands on health.
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