top of page

Chronic pain

1 in 5 people over 45 years old are living with consistent pain. 


Understanding pain helps us establish the root cause. A treatment and management plan for pain can be a time consuming and challenging process.


The first step is to understand pain

  • Why am I experiencing pain

  • What is causing my pain

  • How do I become pain free?

You might not know the answers to these questions which is what your osteo or GP will help you identify.


Chronic pain is often invisible and can be difficult for others to understand how someone is experiencing their pain. We know pain is not a “one size fits all” approach, and that when you are in pain we believe you. We understand that just because you can do day to day things, doesn't mean you are pain free. And pain can be exhausting, isolating and depressing. 


Osteopaths will ask about your lifestyle, some in depth questioning and understand your pain cycle.

We help to restore the body to a sense of wellbeing and a natural state of health through gentle soft tissue treatment, joint movement and mobilisation and exercise rehabilitation. We work with the joints, muscles, bones and nervous system to help create change. Pain is individualised. Treatment is individualised.

bottom of page