Generalised aches and pains (including arthritic and rheumatic joint pains), low back pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, inability to relax, headaches arising from the neck, sporting injuries, frozen shoulder (musculoskeletal in origin), circulatory and digestive problems.
Results and benefits of osteopathic treatment include improving blood flow to tissues, which in turn speeds up the healing process. Other benefits are the reduction of muscle spasm, improving joint mobility and freeing 'trapped' nerves. Overall the aim of osteopathic intervention is to relieve pain and improve function. The body is a good self healer if given the optimum environment, which osteopathy aims to provide.
Osteopathy is now being recommended by the NICE Guidelines on low back pain. If you have pain or persistent discomfort, osteopathy can help you. We treat babies, children, adults, pregnant women and seniors.
Bethan started working as a Sports Therapist in 2002 and followed her degree with a Masters in Osteopathy, graduating from the prestigious British School of Osteopathy with extensive and diverse clinical experience. Bethan has an holistic approach to treatment, addressing the cause and symptoms to help her patients work towards their goals.More about Bethan...