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Osteopathy is a patient-focused manual therapy concerned with the reciprocal relationship between the structure and function of the body. It works with the body’s own healing mechanisms to achieve a state of equilibrium and maintains the well-being of the individual.
Osteopaths are able to recognise and diagnose a number of musculo-skeletal disorders. Having established suitability for treatment, practitioners will devise a treatment plan tailor-made to the individual and will use a variety of techniques including stretching, soft-tissue massage, mobilisation and gentle spinal manipulation.
Osteopathy may offer relief from a variety of musculo-skeletal conditions such as: