Osteopathy is a therapeutic treatment that involves the manipulation of the muscles and skeleton through massage and physical adjustment. Patients often seek osteopathy to complement their medical care and physical therapy in the wake of trauma, injury or surgical procedures.
Areas of the Body We Treat
- Rotator cuff
- Impingement syndrome
- Frozen shoulder
- Surgery rehabilitation and therapies
- Tennis elbow
Back pain can disrupt your normal life routines. At our Wolli Creek and Monterey clinics, we offer therapeutic treatment for sciatica, sacroiliac joint pain and muscles tears—gluteal or hamstring.
- Tension headaches
- Neck pain
- Muscle spasms
- Muscle pain
- Numbness or tingling
Foot and Leg Care
Getting around is important, and if foot or leg pain is holding you back, we may be able to help. Our osteopath can help treat plantar fasciitis, calf tears and tendinopathy. We can talk to you about your symptoms and treatment options when you make an appointment for a consultation.
Pregnancy can complicate the wellness of expecting moms and muscle pain can make pregnancy uncomfortable, especially as the baby grows. We support expecting moms with treatments that may help you enjoy your pregnancy more.
Types of Therapies We Use
Massage, stretching, resistance force, manipulation and gentle pressure are all therapies our osteopathic practitioners use to treat pain and misalignment. By focusing on muscles, joints and the spine, our practitioners are able to take a comprehensive approach to care that patients often use in conjunction with their medical treatment.
Benefits of Osteopathic Therapies
- A whole-body approach to care
- Meant to complement traditional medicine
- Low-impact treatments
- May boost immunity
- May relieve pain
- Does not require equipment
To learn more about osteopathic medicine, contact our Wolli Creek or Monterey clinics to arrange a consultation.
What Is Acupuncture?
Originating in ancient China, acupuncture stimulates the nerves to induce wellbeing, relieve pain and treat numerous conditions.
- Mood disorders
- Respiratory ailments
- Muscle and tendon pain
- And many more
Using small, thin and sterile needles, the acupuncturist places needles into pressure points to stimulate the natural healing ability of the body. Acupuncture is meant to be complementary care used in conjunction with traditional medicine to achieve desired results.
How Is Dry Needling Used?
Dry needling and acupuncture are similar in that needles puncture the skin to stimulate the body’s immune and healing response. Dry needling is designed to relieve tension and induce relaxation.
Learn more about how dry needling and acupuncture can complement the care you receive from your medical practitioner by calling our practice to arrange a consultation.
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All treatment carries risks. Individual consultation is required with one of our practitioners to ensure that the treatment is right for you.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Contact us for more information. Rebates may vary depending on your individual health fund.