Osteopathic Treatments

Osteopathic treatment can includes the following during a session ...

Deep Tissue Massage
Massage that is targeted at deeper muscle tissue

Joint Mobilisation
Using active and passive techniques to allow movement at a specific joint

Joint Manipulation
This is where the joints can be given a high volacity low amplitude thrust to create a small clinking noise which can release joint pressure and allow movement at the targeted joint

Lymphatic Drainage
Using soft massage techniques and joint movement to help drain away fluid build up (predominately in the limbs, Feet, Hands etc)

Muscular Stretching Techniques
Using various forms of stretching to ease muscle tightness from Muscle Energy (METs) techniques to Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) stretching

Visceral Osteopathy
Uses very gentle pressure around the torso area promote healthy organs

Uses tape to aid in posture correction, inflammation and joint support.

Cranial Osteopathy
Is a gentle form of treatment using light pressure around the body (normally focusing on the head) it is a highly developed sense of touch to feel subtle changes of tension and tissue quality in the living anatomy of the whole body, and to diagnose areas of strain or dysfunction. Cranial osteopathy is a gentle, safe and effective approach to treatment of a wide range of problems in the whole body. Cranial osteopathy is widely known for the treatment of babies but, is equally effective for children, adults and the elderly. (For Just cranial osteopathy only during treatment please say at the time of booking) For more information on cranial osteopathy please visit the Sutherland Cranial website https://scco.ac/osteopathy/what-is-cranial-osteopathy/

Postural, Diet and Exercise advice will also be given during treatments.

Osteopath near Halstead, Essex