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Sophie Osteopath
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Ever wondered how Our Osteopaths Treat?
Osteopathic treatment largely depends on the person and their presenting complaint, I certainly wouldn’t treat your granny the same way I would treat the local rugby team!
This is why the initial assessment is so important, not only so we can properly diagnose your complaint, but also to form a treatment plan that works for you.
Osteopathic treatment is never just one technique for one problem, nor is it multiple techniques pulled together in an attempt to make some kind of improvement. Osteopathic treatment follows largely from our assessment; with this information we draw on our expertise, experience and latest research to really target our treatment. The aim is to optimise areas of the body so that it functions at its best.
Have a read of our latest blog post to find out more about treatment methods we use.
Better still - experience it first hand with 50% OFF an initial consultation, offer ending Thursday 2nd November.
Call 01934 752122
http://www.osteopath.clinic/treatment-osteopaths-use/
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"Christmas For the Osteopath" our Humerus #Poem, no pun intended!! #osteopathy #chiropractic #bristol
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Did you know that when we sit for long periods our muscles can eventually shorten, causing changes in our posture?

This can eventually lead to pain, restriction and can predispose to injury.

http://www.osteopath.clinic/posture-at-work/
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Shin splints, also known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS), can be described as pain bellow the knee along the inner part leg.  Shin splints occur most commonly in runners, but can affect anyone doing high impact activities including dancers, and military personnel.

What Causes the Pain?

http://www.osteopath.clinic/shin-splints/
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