What is osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a hands-on therapy used to diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of conditions affecting the body. These include back pain, sciatica, neck pain, headaches and migraines, joint pain, arthritis, ‘frozen shoulder’, ‘tennis elbow’, muscle tension, sports injuries, and pre/post pregnancy strains. Osteopaths use a range of techniques to encourage health and healing – these include soft tissue massage, stretching, joint mobilisation and manipulation, cranial techniques, along with exercise and self-treatment advice. The aim is to not only address the primary area of pain or discomfort but to identify the underlying cause to prevent its return.

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Gardening tips for back care

For lots of us Lockdown means lots (and lots) of gardening.The sun is out and time may be plentiful whilst we watch the world work out its problems. To help …

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Our bodies are self-healing but sometimes we need hands on help. Osteopaths are trained to assess, diagnose and treat problems with the body. You don’t need a GP referal so …

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Video consultations

Video consultations with Geraldine (Registered Osteopath) at New Day Osteopathy are now available for people in pain that aren’t able to access hands on treatment due to Covid-19. Call 07968 …