Osteopathy is a hands on system of diagnosis and treatment that is used most frequently to treat pain and disability. Osteopathy offers a way of detecting and treating damaged parts of the body suchas muscles, ligaments, nerves, tendons and joints. Treatment is hands on using types of massage and manipulation to improve the condition of the soft tissues and joints of the body. Osteopathy is a non-invasive therapy that doesn't use drugs or surgery.
The clinic has treated over 5000 patients, helping with many muscular and skeletal aches-and-pains including low back, shoulder, neck, hip and knee pain. We are one of a select few in the UK who arefully qualified Frozen Shoulder specialists, working with the very latest techniques to ease this chronic condition.
The clinic has had a presence in the Tyne Valley since 1975 and has been situated in Corbridge since 1994. The clinic was set up to offer Osteopathy and Acupuncture but over the years we have expandedto offer a wider range of therapies aimed at helping achieve both pain relief and optimal health.
Our Centre is situated in a beautiful building in Westerhope, only 5 minutes from the centre of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Since opening in 2005, we have grown to be one of the largest practices in theNorth East. We aim to provide our clients of all ages with exceptional, skilled and gentle, Chiropractic and Osteopathic care. We offer continuing support and education to aid our clients move toward a pain free, healthier future.
Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment that focuses on the mechanical structure of your body. Osteopathic treatment not only targets symptoms, but treats the underlying causes of thosesymptoms. We work with our hands to improve your mobility, drain inflammation, enhance circulation in joints and soft tissue or stabilise an area, depending on our diagnosis. A problem within the framework of your body can have a knock-on effect on the organs within.
Our practice first opened on the Team Valley in 1995, and offers an expert range of osteopathic, chiropractic and other complimentary health care services to help people of all ages and backgroundsmaintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Our experienced team of practitioners share a philosophy that recognises that good health ultimately derives from the way people eat, move and think.
Sian Greeves established Dunelm Complementary Medicine in 1990. The practice was multi-disciplinary for many years but now features Osteopathy only at present. She moved across the road from 52 to 6Old Elvet some years ago. The practice is on the ground floor with wheel chair access, though regrettably the toilets are up a short flight of stairs. We have written a list of conditions which we treat but please call us for a chat if you are unsure whether we can help you.
Osteopathy uses a range of manual techniques to affect the tissues of the body. It aims to assist the body's own in-built healing processes to improve the health of the patient. Practice is refined inlight of scientific research in the fields of anatomy, physiology and neurology. Working hands-on to both investigate and treat the underlying causes of pain, osteopaths assess every patient individually.
Osteopathy is a safe, hands-on therapy that focuses on the framework of your body, consisting of the bones, ligaments, muscles and connective tissues. Osteopaths assess the condition of thismusculo-skeletal system looking for areas of weakness, imbalance and excessive tension or strain. We use a range of techniques, from soft tissue massage, stretching and joint mobilisation and manipulation in order to treat the cause of pain, rather than the symptoms.