Shoulder and knee pain

General Osteopathic Problems

Back pain and neck pain

More than half of our patients suffer low back pain or neck pain.

Osteopathy, with its comprehensive approach to healthcare, is a particularly successful when treating neck and back pain.

Degenerative conditions – osteoarthritis
Structural problems – scoliosis
Neurological problems – nerve pain in arms or legs referred from the low back or neck
Postural problems – achy muscles, ligamentous strain, prolapsed discs, facet joint irritation
Hip, knee and foot pain

Degenerative conditions – osteoarthritis
Neurological problems – either locally or referred from the low back
Postural problems – achy muscles, bursitis
Sporting injuries – meniscal and ligamentous damage
Shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand pain

Degenerative conditions – osteoarthritis, frozen shoulder
Structural problems – carpel tunnel syndrome, tendonitis
Postural problems – achy muscles
Neurologicial pain – either locally or referred from the neck
Sporting injuries – tennis elbow, ligamentous or muscular damage

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