Osteopathy - Find a local Osteopath as recommended by their clients
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I came to your osteopath for a large list of problems: severe headaches, neck pain, depression... She is very kind and gentle, after my first session osteopathy treatment, my pain had lessened considerably and my daily headaches stopped.
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- Find an osteopath
Welcome to Natural Therapy For All, we are the UK’s leading website for finding great osteopaths. We offer a free, no obligation service that provides you with advice from up to 2 different local osteopaths, and allows you to select the best one. Or if you need help immediately you can request an appointment with a therapist in your area; all you have to do is fill out a simple form. We respect the confidentiality of your personal information and only pass your enquiry on to the chosen osteopaths.
How we help you choose the best osteopath
Find a good osteopath tailored to suit your needs is not easy. Here at NaturalTherapyForAll, we help you to find the osteopath, who has a proven track record in this field. Every member must be registered with a recognised professional body or must send us their copies of qualifications and references from clients.
What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a safe and natural approach to healthcare which focuses on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. It uses a variety of techniques which include massage and stretching techniques and manipulation, etc to ease the pain, correct the body’s structure and strengthen the framework. Osteopathy aims to treat the whole person, not just the symptoms.
Before your first treatment, your osteopath will make a full medical assessment by asking your medical history, diet, exercise and your day-to-day routine. Your osteopath will examine your posture and how you move your body. The osteopath will also check your pulse and your reflexes, and may also take your blood pressure and refer you for an x-ray if needed. Osteopaths use a variety of techniques such as massage and joint articulation to relieve pain, ease tension, stretch muscles, and mobilise your joints. You may hear a ‘click’ when your osteopaths move joints but this shouldn’t be painful. After your session, the osteopath may discuss exercises that you can do to improve your posture and movement.
What osteopathy can help?
Back Pain and Sciatica
Headaches or Neck Pain
Joint Pain Syndromes or tender muscles, Shoulder Pains
Period or Pregnancy pains
Muscle strains, Postural Pains, Sports Injuries, Stress