What can osteopathy do for you?

 

An osteopath treats more than you think!

Headache: tension headache, migraine, dizziness,…

Back problems: pain, lumbago, discus hernia, muscle pain or stiffness, lack of mobility, ischias,…

Neck problems: pain, discus hernia, whiplash, torticollis, lack of mobility, cervicobrachialgia (neck-arm pain), muscle pain or stiffness,…

Joint problems: pain, muscular problems, frozen shoulder, tennis or golf elbow, repetitive strain injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, ongoing pain from an old fracture,…

Visceral complaints: reflux, belching, feeling of heaviness, upset stomach, hiccup constipation, difficult digestion repetitive bladder infections, incontinention,…

Nose, ear, throat, eyes: otitis (non-acute), tinnitus, problems swallowing, sinusitis (non-acute),…

Gynaecological: menstruation disorders, PMS, discomfort during pregnancy, osteopathic pre and postnatal care,…

Well-being: sleeping disorders, concentration problems, low energy level, depression, burnout and evolution towards burnout, stress-related complaints, …

When stress levels build up too far or stress lasts too long, this becomes distress and starts to affect our emotional and physical well-being. By now the effects of distress on the body are well documented; back pain, headaches, stomach and intestinal problems, sleeping problems, etc… Osteopaths are well trained to help unwind these tensions as they build up in the body.

A complete list of problems which can be treated or influenced by osteopathic treatment is impossible to make. If you have specific questions or want to know what osteopathy can do in your case, don’t hesitate to contact for more information.

 

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