Osteopathy focuses on the whole body to promote healing, improve the body’s mobility, circulation and well being.
Osteopaths believe that the body has the ability to recover when it’s in the right balance and position.
Using a combination of traditional and modern healthcare philosophies, osteopaths generally use non-invasive forms of therapy like muscle soft-tissue work, joint mobilisation or manipulation, stretching and exercises, combined with education and advice to support the body’s natural healing processes.
A whole-body philosophy means osteopaths find the root of your pain and discomfort, educate you on your diagnosis and work on finding a solution that works for you.
Osteopathy is your path to a healthier you.
- Osteopaths are university-qualified allied health professionals who take the time to listen and treat patients as a whole, not just focusing on one pain point;
- Osteopaths are trained in anatomy, physiology, pathology, general healthcare diagnosis and osteopathic techniques.
- Osteopaths are government-registered allied health practitioners;
- Osteopaths provide ongoing support and educational advice about lifestyle, stress management, diet or other factors that may influence a person’s pain, injury, or movement.