Whether we lead a sedentary life or regularly exercise with sport or keep-fit, we are all prone to strain and injury of the body’s musculoskeletal structure. Problems such as muscular aches, a frozen shoulder, sciatica, repetitive strain injury etc. cause pain, restrict movement and mobility and even a minor sprain inhibits the body’s natural flow of energy and can adversely affect performance in our daily lives.
Osteopathy is an acknowledged, holistic system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions, recognising that much of the pain and disability that we suffer can be caused by abnormalities and malfunction of the body rather than illness.
Working with a diverse range of clients and restoring them to optimum health over 10 years, David has a professional yet comfortable manner and the ability to easily establish the source of the problem.
David’s extensive range of treatments can assist in the return of optimum health and vitality.
He can help pregnant women to overcome some of the minor complaints that arise during pregnancy, such as heartburn, lower back and leg pains and constipation, which in turn is beneficial to the unborn child.
Athletes are offered rapid relief from muscle aches, strains and sports injuries.
Your first visit will consist of a consultation when he will establish a full medical history, followed by an examination, during which you will be asked to perform a series of gentle movements; then using his special touch-sensitive technique of palpation, he will pinpoint any problems or places of weakness in the body. He will then formulate a personalised treatment plan.
Problems that David can help you with include:
- Joint pain
- Muscular aches, pains, strains and pulls
- Long-standing injuries
- Upper and lower back pain
- Frozen shoulders
- Tennis elbow
- Stiffness and tension
- Problem periods
- Repetitive strain injury
- Mobility problems
- Sports injuries and sports training enhancement
You can get in touch with David via the Contact page or by calling 020 7127 8771.