Osteopathic Back Pain Clinic and Treatment Harborne, Birmingham


Osteopathy is a recognized form of primary back pain treatment aimed at reducing pain and restoring function. All Osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). Here at Dynamic Osteopaths our registered Osteopaths are now practicing out of Harborne, Birmingham, in addition to Solihull and Henley In Arden. Here our osteopaths are collaborating with the Harborne Back Clinic, offering the best form of Osteopathic care to your back pain, joint pain or whatever it may be. Here we see a wide range of patients from many different backgrounds seeking back pain treatment, treatment for joint pain, neck pain treatment or sports injury treatment and management. In addition, our musculoskeletal and performance specialist Adam Whatley is a graduate of Master of Osteopathy and has a very established background in professional elite level exercise.

Osteopathy is also regularly used for the treatment of chronic headaches, degenerative conditions (osteoarthritis) and neurological deficit. Our Osteopaths practicing from Harborne Birmingham will provide a friendly consultation which will involve taking a full medical case history, physical examination and treatment following an accurate diagnosis. The physical examination will involve performing a wide range of simple movement to assess range of motion and will provide very valued information on what may be contributing to your condition. Treatment will involve a comprehensive range of manual techniques used in Osteopathy along with physical therapy, tapping and acupuncture. Also, information will be provided on lifestyle advice along with injury prevention and and how to increase and maintain performance.
 
Please get in touch for further information. Via
Tel: 0121 472 1268 
Email: info@dynamicosteopaths.com
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