Whole Health Osteopathy may assist in the treatment of acute and chronic injuries, neck and shoulder pain, headaches and migraine pain, lower back pain, sciatica, postural tension and tightness, hip and knee pain, elbow and wrist pain, carpal tunnel, foot and ankle pain, jaw pain, sports injuries, muscle strains and tendon issues, pregnancy-related discomfort, growing pains and postural issues in children.
ACUTE AND CHRONIC INJURIES
Osteopaths deal with both acute injuries and chronic pain. acute pain and chronic pain refer to a time frame of your injury and has nothing to do with the severity.
NECK AND SHOULDER PAIN
Neck and shoulder pain is a very common pain complaint and it is a major public health problem, both in terms of personal health and overall well-being.
HEADACHE & MIGRAINE TREATMENT
Approximately 90% of woman and 70% of men will experience tension headaches in their lifetime. Whole Health Osteo takes special interest in treating headaches and migraines.
LOWER BACK AND SCIATIC PAIN
1 in 6 Australians experiences back pain. That is 3.7 million people. It is also estimated that 70–90% of people will suffer from lower back pain in some form at some point in their lives.
Whole Health Osteopathy has several years of experience in treating expectant mothers who are experiencing new and unusual pressures on their bodies...
Whole Health Osteopathy has a long association with athletes of all sporting backgrounds. Contact us if you feel your sporting niggles may be hindering your performance.
GROWING PAINS IN CHILDREN
Although children do tend to bounce back quickly from injury, it is important that you have your child checked up, particularly after a trauma, or during rapid growth spurts.
KNEE AND LEG PAIN
Knee pain can have a negative effect on both confidence and mobility. This is applicable for both young, athletic knees, as well as achy, arthritic knees.
ELBOW AND WRIST PAIN
FOOT AND ANKLE PAIN
Daily, we are capable of both huge amounts of strength, and fine, dextrous movement patterns with our hands. Biomechanically, this area is complex, and injury to your elbow or wrist have a follow-on effect on many activities of daily living.
Foot and ankle pain can be debilitating. When our ankles and feet are in pain, not only do we struggle to walk around day-to-day, but it can also have a huge flow-on effect to the rest of your body.