Osteopaths are most commonly known for treating back pain, but osteopathy considers total body healthcare and focusses on strengthening the musculoskeletal system to better support and protect your body. Our private osteopaths in London, provides evidence based osteopathy treatment for chronic and acute pain, whether caused by a sports injury, postural problems, trauma or a chronic condition like osteoarthritis..
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What is Osteopathy
The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) states: “Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body, and is based on the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.”
What do Osteopaths do?
Osteopaths consider not only the muscles, but the skeleton, ligaments and connective tissues. They are hands-on and use manual therapy to treat patients – often a combination of physical manipulation, mobilising joints, stretching and massaging. Osteopathy treatment may also involve exercises, and other treatment techniques.
What can Osteopathy treat?
Osteopaths are recognised by the NHS as qualified to independently diagnose and treat health conditions. Our osteopaths, are highly skilled at assessing the structure and function of the body, your lifestyle and environment to diagnose and treat injuries and health conditions.
Osteoarthritis pain (including knee pain and hip pain)
Sports injuries (including tennis elbow)
Lower back pain (including sciatica)
Shoulder pain (including frozen shoulder)
General aches and pains
Trauma (from accidents or injuries, like whiplash)
EMANUELE CALABRESE BSC OST (HONS), DO, OSTEOPATHY
A former professional basketball player, Emanuele is a passionate and enthusiastic Italian Osteopath. Emanuele’s professionalism, passion and a non-judgemental approach are part of his everyday clinical practice. His motto is “Everyone is different, and therefore has to be treated differently.”
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