An Osteopath will advise on posture, work-related and lifestyle issues. Aiming to prevent problems and fix current ones.
An Osteopath uses non-invasive techniques to safely treat the body’s problems. Osteopaths use soft tissue massage, stretching, mobilisation, manipulation, exercise and nutritional prescription.
You may need to remove some clothing to comprehensively assess and treat your health complaint, but due care is taken to cover you or provide gowns if necessary. During the assessment, movement will be assessed in muscles, joints, ligaments and your spine. Points of stress can be identified during this process. Often this is hands-on.
Danielle and Samara see a lot of sports injuries. Jess, Mark and Jonathan treat predominantly structurally.
The initial consultation allows me to collect information and make an assessment of your condition so that I am able to work out the most effective treatment protocol for you. I will give you some basic lifestyle and diet recommendations associated with your concern and supplements/herbs may be given after this first consultation. I will ensure that the supplements prescribed are safe and have no interactions with any prescribed medicines. These high-quality “practitioner only” products are TGA approved and are produced under Good Manufacturing Practice.
Kat Cunningham is available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays and after hours Saturday once per month.
Emma Millard consults on Thursdays, all day.
Adam’s type of Remedial Massage has been helping clients in the local community with acute and chronic muscle and tendon issues for over a decade, particularly work related stresses and strains.