Do you need an Osteopathic ‘MOT’?

Osteopathic ‘MOT’ as we get older

Our bodies can be likened to a car that needs regular servicing and maintenance as we get older!  We can sometimes feel aches and tensions in our body frame as we get older and a presumption is made that this is to be ‘expected’ and all part of getting older.  Osteopathic treatment is aimed at releasing strains and stresses that have often accumulated over the years.  Osteopaths treat the whole person not just conditions, so a wide variety of problems that are affecting us can be helped.  Do you feel your body needs an Osteopathic ‘MOT’?

Is it too late to do anything about it?

Advancing years can often be associated with the insidious onset of health problems: osteoarthritis, heart and lung problems, circulation problems in the legs, effects of falls/accidents and general symptoms of declining health.  However, suffering pain, stiffness and poor health are NOT an inevitable part of getting older!

Many of us will have suffered trauma at some point in our lives from car accidents, sporting injuries or falls.  Often people injure themselves at the time and then recover, but sometimes these strains can have a longer effect on the body tissues which can have consequences years later.  The body tissues can lose flexibility, elasticity and make the joints more vulnerable to arthritic changes.

Osteopathic treatment can be effective at releasing the residual strains from past traumas and allow the body to function more efficiently. Gentle osteopathic treatment can realise tension in the diaphragm and muscles of the chest, encouraging normal breathing movements and helps the heart and lungs to work to their best potential. It can improve circulation around joints, improving mobility and slowing the rate of further deterioration in the joints.

An occasional ‘MOT’, every few months, would mean keeping everything working well so you can enjoy an active lifestyle.  I can also give you advice on preventitive exercises, as well as diet and lifestyle.

 

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