What is Osteomyology
Osteomyology is described as an alternative medicine with its roots in chiropractic, osteopathy, physiotherapy and acupuncture and has been shown to help many different conditions. It is not an alternative to painkillers, or a quick fix – it is a completely natural method of stimulating the healing response within your body.
I qualified from the Anglo European College of Chiropractic in 1999 and have worked with many 1000s of Clients over the years. I am no longer registered with the GCC in the UK, but am a Registered Osteomyologist with the Association of Osteomyologists. My passion and clinical focus remains around my original training in the phenomenal benefits of manipulation therapies, principally Chiropractic and Osteopathy but also now includes physiotherapy and acupuncture.
All of my treatments are safe and are individually tailored for patients of all ages.
If you have any questions about treatment please check our frequently asked questions or contact us.
The importance of the spine
The spine is important because it houses the nervous system, which is the master controller of the body. When the spinal joints aren’t moving properly (also known as a chiropractic subluxation), the nervous system is affected. This is important because the nervous system controls and regulates every single cell in your body, and therefore reduced function of the nervous system results in reduced function of the body and negative health implications.
As such I will look to find these spinal subluxations and by specifically adjusting them, it will allow them to move freely again, therefore “switching on” the nervous system, allowing your body to heal.
Symptoms it can help with:
- Sciatica/Radiating Leg pain
- Lower Back pain
- Migraine and Cervicogenic headaches
- Cervicogenic dizziness
- Benign Paroxismal Positional Vertigo
- Neck Pain
- Extremity joint conditions
- Shoulder Girdle Pain
- Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)
- Tennis and Golfers Elbow
- Hip Osteoarthritis
- Knee Osteoarthritis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Stress and anxiety
- Somato-visceral disorders