At Moray Osteopaths we aim to provide a comprehensive range of care to our Patients and our highly experienced Osteopaths are dedicated to providing only the highest quality treatment available to ourPatients. Moray Osteopaths are dedicated to getting their Patients back to full health in the quickest and gentlest way possible.
Kirsten Polson is delighted to now be based in Milngavie and to be able to provide a range of treatments, specifically tailored to each individual. Providing a range of treatments for Milngavie andthe surrounding area. Kirsten has over 20 years' experience helping people improve their health and well being through the range of osteopathic treatments that Kirsten offers. Kirsten prides herself on always doing her very best to make you as comfortable as possible.
Are you wondering: "what is osteopathy, and how does it work"? Have you heard friends talking about it and want to know if it can work for you? It is a gentle, and often subtle, hands-on treatmentthat helps to restore balance, ease tension and improve circulation.
It is important to us that your visit is a positive experience because we believe in treating the whole person and as the first step towards the healing process starts as soon as you walk through ourdoor we have created an environment that is welcoming and relaxing.
All our practitioners have achieved a recognised high standard of training through their qualifications, and are fully insured. They abide by the Code of Ethics of their professional bodies. Thismeans that you can be confident that you are receiving a high standard of care and that your privacy will be respected.
I give efficient, effective and above all a friendly service to everyone for the treatment of aches, pains and more complex problems. Working with you I will Assess, Plan and Implement a treatmentplan tailored to your specific needs. Together we will evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment and modify as necessary.
Daniel has been practicing Osteopathy at Napiers in Bristo Square, Edinburgh Osteopathic Surgery in Dalkeith Road as well as his own practice in Comely Bank. Osteopaths use touch and manipulation todiagnose and treat problems caused by misalignments of the muscles, bones, joints, ligaments and connective tissue that make up the musculoskeletal system.
Osteopathy is a manual (hands on) therapeutic primary healthcare system. Using a mix of traditional, contemporary and specialised techniques, it can help manage short and long term aches and pain,prevent recurrent problems and enhance the potential in everyone no matter their current level of health.
Welcome to Perth City Osteopathy's site, where practitioner Siobhan Wilson has given lots of information about Osteopathy, what it is, the conditions that it can help and the costs. The MassageTherapies that are offered are all unique in their styles and benefits. I offer Sports massage, Remedial massage, Aromatherapy massage and Swedish massage. More information about what may be best suited to your needs is given in full in the section, along with costs.
Deborah grew up in the nearby town of Forres and studied at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in London where Deborah gained a Master's Degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy.After graduating, Deborah has been working in her hometown, and has now expanded her practice to the city of Inverness, at the Riverdale Centre.
When you need the services of an osteopath in Aberdeen make sure you contact Rosemount Osteopathy. Established in Aberdeen in 1992, we have been located at our premises in Rosemount since 1997. Sincethis time the clinic has grown to encompass a team of osteopaths and remedial massage therapists who have a wealth of experience in the field and are committed to offering an excellent service to each and every patient.
Whatever your reason for considering a complimentary approach to your healthcare, we are dedicated to helping you feel better. Our treatment rooms are bright, comfortable & always welcoming so. Themain therapies offered at present are Homeopathy, Osteopathy and Cranio-sacral therapy. We are actively seeking practitioners of other disciplines who would like to join us - in particular reflexology, massage & hypnotherapy.
Robert is an osteopath and naturopath, he graduated from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy in 1991. Since then he has worked in a busy practice in Huddersfield for 5 years, beforemoving to Scotland in 1996 to set up the Good Health Centre.
Soma Osteopathy based in Leith is an osteopathic inspired healthcare clinic. The name Soma comes from the ancient Greek meaning body, hence our core focus on physical well-being that in turn benefitsthe whole person. We offer a professional service in a safe environment with a select group of practitioners. A small team allows for good communication between therapists, allowing the most appropriate treatment for each individual to be selected and assessed during the healing process.
Robert, Catherine and Anne are all members of the General Osteopathic Council and provide the same legal commitments and standing as your local doctor. As one of our clients you are guaranteed totalconfidentiality at all times. They all find their work interesting and enjoyable, regularly attending training courses and seminars to keep their skills and understanding up to date.
Established in 1997, we are a multi discipline clinic providing a range of treatments for back neck and joint pain for people of all ages. When you first my clinic l will spend some time asking youquestions and taking a detailed case history. You will be asked about the problems that you are experiencing at the moment, your general health, lifestyle and medical history. A thorough examination will then be carried out to help clarify the problem and determine how best to proceed.
Donald Scott is a statutory registered osteopath and naturopath, registered by both the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN). Working inprivate practice takes up the majority of his professional time. He has had experience in osteopathic education, and as part of his ongoing continuous professional development he has obtained a Diploma in Educational Technology from Jordanhill College, Glasgow.
Between the three clinics we currently treat approximately 200 osteopathic patients per week. These patients will range from young babies to those of a great age. Complaints will include back, knee,shoulder, neck & head pain, much as you would expect an osteopath to treat. We also treat babies who cannot suckle, do not sleep well, and suffer from colic or glue ear, as well as a range of problems in older children.
Your health and well being is our priority, and we go to utmost efforts to make sure you are in the safest, most caring hands. We believe that for a treatment to be successful, we must give much morethan just treatment: through education and support, future pains and injuries will be prevented.
Osteopathy involves the diagnosis and treatment of the joints, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue of the body. Osteopaths believe that the structure of the body affects the way the bodyfunctions and vice versa. Utilising a highly developed sense of touch, they treat holistically to facilitate recovery by allowing the body to heal itself. Osteopaths use a range of techniques including the moving, stretching and massaging of muscles and joints but they do not use drugs or surgery.