Sarah Spencer Chapman DO

Osteopathic

Osteopath in Stroud, Bristol and Gloucester.
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The Cedars
Frome Hall Lane
Stroud
Glous
GL5 3JH

Show Phone Number...01453 758 962

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Sarah Spencer Chapman - osteopath

Sarah Spencer Chapman

Osteopathy Today

Osteopathy is now recognised as an effective treatment for a wide range of painful disorders. It helps restore the function of the musculoskeletal system (joints, muscles and ligaments) The aim is to relieve pain and get you going again as quickly as possible. Patients of all ages can obtain benefit. The treatment is tailored to suit.

The Treatment

Osteopathic treament consists of gentle manipulation and stretching of the muscles, ligaments and joints. Treatment is not painful and rarely uncomfortable.

Conditions treated by Osteopaths

Osteopathic treatment can help many musculoskeletal conditions. These include the common aches and pains due to strains, falls and overuse, as well as the more long-term back and neck probems. It can often alleviate the problems associated with stress and tension including chronic headaches.

Osteopathy is for all of you

The following is a list of some problems treated by osteopaths. The list is by no means complete and if you have any queries, please telephone for further advice.

Back pain

Foot, knee, hip pain

Neck pain and Headaches

Sports Injuries

Arthritic conditions

Babies - colic, aggitated and unsettled, etc

Whip lash

Muscle and ligamentous strain

Elderly - reduced mobility

Gait Analysis

Diagnosis of altered foot mechanics using state of the art computerised Gaitscan. Gaitscan is a sytem designed to analyse your foot mechanics both static and dynamic. Walking over a plate with a grid of pressure sensors reveals if your feet are supporting you correctly. Prescribed orthotics (inserts) are an excellent solution to supporting collapsing (pronating) feet.

Who benefits? In particular anyone with ongoing foot, knee, hip and back pain that does not resolve after treatment and exercise.

Sarah

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