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The philosophy of Osteopathy is to treat the whole person, not just the symptoms. It places emphasis on the relationships between the body's structure, framework and function, teaching the appreciation of the body's ability to heal itself.
Osteopaths work with their hands to perform such treatment using a variety of techniques:
Did you know your body has the ability to heal itself? This is the central aim of osteopathy.
Melanie Alexander interviews Rachael from Central Sydney Osteoapthy.
Do you feel like the hunchback of Notre Dame after a busy day in the office? Becoming ergonomically sound is not all that hard, though it does take a bit of awareness to make it work.
I have come to learn through many years of carrying out workplace assessments and clinical practice that there are many simple strategies that can be adopted in order to reduce ones risk of developing overuse or postural related injuries.
De Quervain's Tenosynovitis is a condition in which one suffers from inflammation of the tendons in the wrist and thumb.
Muscular flexibility and joint range of motion are taken for granted by most people and rarely a major focus in fitness and training regimes, yet they are the major precursor to injury and a limiting factor to sporting performance.