About our osteopathy
We have been in the Kew and Richmond area providing osteopathy for over 10 years treating local people with all kinds of injuries and pain. Our osteopaths are caring, skilled and highly specialised in treating neck, shoulder, back, knee, ankle pain and many more.
Your osteopath will use a variety of treatment methods such as deep tissue massage, joint manipulations, joint mobilisations, acupuncture and exercise.
- £60 per session
- Package deal of 5 sessions for £270 is available
- We accept and are registered with most major insurance companies.
- Please allow 24 hours notice for cancellation as a charge may be incurred.
After a few osteopathy sessions we would highly recommend booking a one-to-one Get Strong movement session. The 30 minute movement therapy is all about you, your body type and your goals. it will explore your movement and strength in our fully equipped studio to return you to your activity pain and injury free.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com or call 07811454495.
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More about our osteopathy approach
Osteopathy is really effective in treating sports injuries. You don't have to be an athlete or a professional sports person to have a sports injury. You and I could suffer with a sports injury from running, swimming, golf and from going to the gym
Osteopathy is great at treating and getting you back to your favourite sport. Examples of sports injuries we see are tennis elbow from lifting weights at the gym and plantar fasciitis from running a half marathon. Osteopathy is often seen as just treating backs but in reality osteopaths treat all kinds of injuries and pain.
The reason our clinic is called 'Get Strong' is because 'being strong' and 'getting strong' is probably the biggest component of our treatment philosophy. The importance of being strong is often ignored until something goes wrong, it is during these occasions that strength is valued.
As osteopaths we do a lot of hands-on treatment and we see how much this benefits our patients, it reduces pain; improves movement, and it offers reassurance that pain does not mean damage. This however, is not where our treatment ends.
Without the strengthening part of treatment, the pain or injury could reoccur. Strengthening comes in many different forms, such as, a downward dog to improve wrist pain of a mother suffering with months of wrist pain or doing a variation of lower back bends and rotations to improve the strength of the deep back muscles in someone who plays golf.
Osteopathy and osteopathic treatment are based on the holistic principle that by removing barriers your body will heal itself. For example, your osteopath will mobilise your ribs and teach you to move them better to resolve a long standing shoulder pain. Osteopaths believe that your ribs are a major shock absorber and if they are not moving well they can no longer absorb shock and the impact will be directed elsewhere, possibly to the shoulder, or neck, or lower back. Your osteopath would then teach you movements and exercises to keep your ribs and shoulders moving better and stronger to prevent it recurring.
Prenatal & postnatal osteopathy
During pregnancy the woman's body undergoes profound structural and functional changes. These changes require continuous adaptations to the body, a normal consequence of those adaptations can be fatigue, aches and pains. Aches and pains that can be listened to, understood and addressed, reducing the effects they have on the wellbeing of the expectant mother.
Osteopathy as complementary manual medicine can help the pregnant mother during the preparation for childbirth, it can provide support during pregnancy and improve postpartum imbalances. Osteopathy can help support the body through the changes that occur both during pregnancy and after childbirth.
Noemi has a keen interest in womens health, and treats pre-natal and postpartum mothers to alleviate symptoms related to pregnancy, and has interest in paediatrics, treating newborns and teenagers. Book with Noemi if you would like treatment in these areas.
For more information, check our common conditions pages about prenatal and postnatal treatments.