DH Osteopathy - Congleton
Osteopaths deal with people in acute and chronic pain. This inevitably entails looking at a person's health in its broadest sense.
Some common questions needing answering are:
How did this happen?
How long will it take to go?
What can you do about it?
What can I do about it?
This last question is important because research shows that the better you understand your pain the better placed you are to take control over it.
My job is to not only provide the “hands-on” examination and treatment to help with the initial firefighting of your problem but to help you to get to know pain, pun very much intended.
Pain is linked to our overall health status so part of our work together will be looking at ways that you may want to raise the bar on your general health alongside dealing with your aches and pains.
It is often said that osteopaths treat people, not conditions, and I view osteopathy very much this way. However, the reality is that people often look for an osteopath as a result of their experiencing a particular condition. Below are some of the problems that people seek osteopathic help for: