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Established in the late 1800's, Osteopathy is a holistic model of healthcare which aims to facilitate the body's inherent ability to heal itself of dysfunction.

Osteopathic practice is a system of assessment, diagnosis and treatment which considers individual contexts of medical history, lifestyle and environmental factors in pursuit of good health.


Osteopathy is suitable for all ages and utilises a combination of gentle manual therapy techniques, prescribed movement and exercise, breathwork, lifestyle and activity modification, alongside the collaborative sense-making

of the lived experience of pain.

Osteopaths work within an evidence-based framework and are professionally supported by the Institute of Osteopathy and are regulated by the

General Osteopathic Council. 

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