Osteopathy has increasingly become a key provider of physical therapy for people involved in sports. It has become recognised as one of the disciplines sought for inclusion in sports medicine team from local club level to international squads and teams.
Osteopathy works with the structure and function of the body and is based on the principles that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.
But as Osteopaths, we also go beyond that type of preparation and rehabilitation. We look at optimising the breathing mechanisms and cardiovascular health to increase not only the speed of your recovery but also to boost your performance on a long-term basis.
The ultimate goal of Osteopathy is therefore to go beyond the immediate relief of the symptoms. Osteopaths are passionate about the relationship of all systems and the biomechanics links affecting the injury. Taking into account your medical history, activity, fitness level, they would tailor a personalised and specific recovery treatment plan according to your needs.
Osteopathy is not just for backs! We are used to treating a wide range of sports injuries:
Hip and knee problems
Hamstrings strain/running injuries
Calf and shin problems
Shoulders and neck problems
Tennis elbow/Golf’s elbow
We can help you overcome your injuries, improve your performance and prevent further injuries.