Osteopathic treament takes many forms and depends largely on the needs of the individual.
Some consist of gentle joint manipulation & muscle stretching, whilst others involve treatment of the organs in a more direct way by sensitively examining and treating the required area; the abdomen for example.
Cranio-sacral therapy is also an accepted form of treatment that has been used by many osteopaths since as early as the 1930's for the treatment of all manner of conditions and is favoured by many for its gentle nature. /FONT>
More conditions Osteopathy can help with;
Tinnitus, Sinusitis, Neck ache, Frozen or stiff shoulders, Tennis elbow and arm pain, Wrist pain, Incontinence, Bladder problems, Hip, thigh and knee problems, Calf and shin problems, Foot problems, Whiplash injuries, Back pain, Disc problems, Aches and pains in pregnancy, Pelvic pain, Arthritic pain and stiffness, Jaw problems.
PLEASE NOTE;This list is not exhaustive as there are many other problems I can help you with.
Call Philip Wise, The pain management specialist of Kent for more information on 07984 007459
He qualified with a BSc (Hons) from the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone and has lived locally all his life.
So, whether you're an athlete, a parent with child or a pregnant mum-to-be, you can rest assured that Philip Wise is someone who you can rely on to be there when you (or your child) needs help in managing or alleviating your pain.
From the M-20 take the A229 signposted Maidstone and follow it into the town centre, then head towards the A26 (Tonbridge Road) & once you are over the river Medway, take the 1st left towards the Lockmeadow Complex.
Aches & Pains is located within Saks Hair & Beauty, within David Lloyds leisure complex.
Princes Avenue Clinic directions:
From the M2:
Take the A2045 signposted 'Walderslade' and at the T-junction traffic lights, turn right onto the dual carriageway ('Walderslade Woods')
From here, follow the road to the roundabout and turn left into 'Fostington Way' which leads onto 'Robin Hood Lane' and then onto 'Walderslade Road' where there is another roundabout.
Take the fork right at this roundabout and this takes you onto 'Princes Avenue'.
The 'Princes Avenue Osteopathic Clinic' is located on the main road about 500yards on the right.
The lengthy consultation is necessary so that there is plenty of time for me to take a full history of your presenting complaint, as well as your past and current medical history.
Then, you will be asked to undress the necessary area so that it can be examined, a diagnosis formed and the appropriate treatment can be administered.
In view of the points raised above it is recommended that you come dressed in suitable underwear.
Remember, if you have any questions at all, or are in any doubt as to the validity of Osteopathic treatment in relation to your pain or your current medical condition then call Philip Wise, the pain management specialist of Kent for more information on 07984 007459.
He can also be contacted at his Maidstone Clinic on 01622 663233 during Mon 9am-1pm, Weds 10am-2pm & Thurs 1pm-9pm