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WELLINGTON OSTEOPATHIC SERVICES

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Osteopathy for teens, adults & the elderly

For the general teen and adult population:

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Neck, back, and hip pain

  • Shoulder, arm, and wrist pain

  • Leg, knee and ankle pain

  • Sciatica

  • Overuse syndrome

  • Pain in other joints such as TMJ 

  • Sports injuries

  • Work or posture-related pain

  • Conditions such as fibromyalgia or EDS

For the older generation:

Osteopathic treatment is a great way to reduce the speed of ageing and/or arthritic changes by encouraging good mobility and drainage to all joints, as well as helping to ease tight and painful muscles.

 
 

Osteopathy for pregnancy & babies

Preparation for labour | Pregnancy-related pain | Post-birth pain | Colic and reflux | Suckling problems

Childbirth can be a traumatic experience for mother and baby. Osteopathic treatment is a great way to remove unnecessary strains sustained during birth, for example from compression forces from forceps, or after a prolonged labour.
 

For pregnant women and new mothers – osteopathic treatment is very helpful in treating pregnancy-related or post-birth pain, as well as the strains involved in looking after an infant.
 

For babies – treatment can help with colic, reflux, suckling problems, recurrent ear problems, and poor sleeping patterns.
 

In young children – osteopathic treatment can help with rebalancing strains after falls and/or other injuries sustained during such active years.

All of our osteopaths are experienced in treating babies and infants and can see your baby from shortly after birth.

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Prevention

The great thing about osteopathy is that many patients seek treatment as a form of warrant of fitness.
 

Patients are encouraged to become proactive rather than reactive, and visit us at our clinic in Wellington on a semi-regular basis to ensure those aches and pains that creep up over time are kept away.

Find out what to expect on your first visit