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|Contact Name||Dr Valerie Johnston-Dugamin|
|Mobile||0407 966 098|
2-14 Kings Cross Rd
Potts Point NSW 2011
|Servicing Areas||Potts Point, Kings Cross, Bondi, Paddington, Surry Hills, Edgecliff, Rushcutter Bay, Sydney|
Osteopathy is a hands-on or manipulative style of mainstream medicine to treat the bodys muscular-skeletal systems. Osteopathy can be used to evaluate and assist the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic conditions and aliments.
The use of palpation (touch) in osteopathy reveals inherent muscular-skeletal limitations within a patient. It is particularly effective for problems resulting from traumas, illness or surgery. The finely-tuned osteopathic feel is important for developing the right patient treatments for specific injuries or conditions.
OsteoLife offers you the highest quality osteopathic treatment and care. Understanding the cause of your pain is essential to providing you with the most appropriate treatment plan. We help our patients to improve their wellbeing by:
Cranial Osteopathy is a gentle and soft, but extremely effective, form of Osteopathic treatment which subtlety promotes the release of stresses and tensions throughout the entire body. Cranial Osteopathy can be used for a wide range of conditions and aliments, across every part of the body. Cranial osteopathy has proven to be a very effective treatment for adults, children and infants alike.
Structural Osteopathy primarily focuses on restoring a patients normal range-of-movement and can be applied to the whole muscular-skeletal system. Structural osteopathy is particularly useful when working on specific joint manipulation and muscle energy.
Visceral Osteopathic techniques can reduce tension in, and around, the bodys major internal organs (such as the abdomen, pelvis and chest regions). These techniques improve organ function and general health performance
OsteoLife treats and manages your lower back pain by identifying the causes, alleviating the symptoms, and reducing pain to provide effective recovery.
Most backaches are related to musculoskeletal dysfunction (muscles, ligaments and joints). Osteopathy plays a significant role in the treatment and management of lower back pain by alleviating symptoms, reducing pain and identifying the cause to provide the most effective recovery.
Lower back pain is a common problem in our society due an increasinglysedentary lifestyle. When present, backache causes discomfort with movement and is often described as: Lower back pain and/or stiffness Sciatica Abdominal pain Neuralgia and/or altered sensation of the lower limbs (pins & needles).
Osteopathy helps remove mechanical problems to improve nerve function, body fluid movement and restore health. Osteopaths can help you:
Osteopathy plays a significant role in the treatment and management of your neck pain. Ostepathic treatment alleviates symptoms, reduces pain and identifies causes, all of which contribute to the most effective recovery.
OsteoLife treats and manages your neck pain by identifying the causes, alleviating the symptoms, and reducing pain to provide effective recovery.Most neck aches are related to musculoskeletal dysfunction (muscles, ligaments and joints). Neck pain can be either acute (when occurs most day for at least 2 weeks) or chronic (when it has been present for more than 3 months).
Neck pain is often related to postural strain. Symptoms are often described as discomfort and neck pain that are often associated with headaches. The pain can spread down to the shoulder and arm and, altered sensations may also be present (pins and needles).
Osteopathy removes mechanical problems so you will improve nerve function, body fluid movement and restore health. Osteopaths can help you:
OsteoLife is working together with you to find the most appropriate management care plan is the key for a successful recovery. Your management plan will be designed to realistically meet your needs.
We know it is all about getting you back to your normal activities. We therefore help you to put together and follow a management plan that is suitable for your recovery. Your management plan may include advice on stretching, strengthening exercises, improved diet, and ways to improve you posture at work and at home.