Osteopathy in Alderley Edge and Heaton Moor
Tom graduated from the British school of Osteopathy in 1998 after a full time four year course. After three years working in Oxford and Banbury he relocated to South Manchester.
He has worked in private practice, in a General practice setting and a multi-disciplinary clinic.
He also has experience within Occupational health working at Manchester Airport and he assisted the now defunct Monarch Airlines in this capacity.
In his role as secretary of the South Manchester Osteopathic Group he organised regular lectures for colleagues in the North West and is committed to continual professional development.
He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council.
He also works from Heaton Moor Medical
centre. http:// www.hmmc.info
Please call Tom on his mobile if you have any queries (07867 791908)
Osteopathy is a preventative and corrective therapy focusing on disorders of the musculo-skeletal system. Osteopaths use a highly developed sense of touch to identify areas of weakness or strain throughout the body. Treating these restores the body's natural ability to heal itself.
Osteopathic treatment is suitable for all ages. It compromises a number of different techniques including the trademark manipulation, soft tissue stretching and joint articulation. Remedial exercise and postural advice routinely given. Chronic problems may require ongoing treatment but most acute problems are corrected in 4-6 treatments or less.
Osteopathy is very effective in treating a variety of conditions listed below:
. Joint and muscle aches- Poor posture puts strain on joints and muscles and the effects of this are accumulative leading to impaired movement and eventually pain and injury. Osteopathic palpation and techniques reverse this process.
. Headaches- Cervicogenic or Tension headaches are the commonest form of headache and often mistaken for migraine. These are successfully treated using Osteopathy.
. Symptoms of minor Disc injuries and appropriate referral for scans/ Orthopaedic consult when needed.
. Symptoms caused by road traffic accidents.
. Peripheral Joints incl Shoulder problems, Knees, Elbows and Ankles.