What Not to Do After Osteopathy

What Not to Do After Osteopathy

Rest and Recovery After your osteopathic treatment at Key Osteopaths, it is essential to give your body time to rest and recover. The adjustments and manipulations performed during your session can leave your muscles and joints feeling tender. Allowing yourself some...
What Does an Osteopath Diagnose?

What Does an Osteopath Diagnose?

The Diagnostic Process At Key Osteopaths, the diagnostic process is a comprehensive and holistic approach that aims to identify the root causes of a patient’s discomfort or pain. Osteopaths are trained to look beyond the immediate symptoms and consider the body as a...
How Reliable is Osteopathy?

How Reliable is Osteopathy?

Assessing the Reliability of Osteopathy At Key Osteopaths, we understand that patients seek reliable and effective treatments for their health concerns. In medical terms, reliability refers to the consistency and dependability of a treatment to produce desired...
Can an Osteopath Help with Pain?

Can an Osteopath Help with Pain?

Understanding Osteopathy At Key Osteopaths, osteopathy is a form of alternative medicine that emphasises the physical manipulation of the body’s muscle tissue and bones. Our osteopathic practitioners use a variety of hands-on techniques to diagnose, treat, and...
Is Swimming Good for Lower Back Pain & Sciatica?

Is Swimming Good for Lower Back Pain & Sciatica?

Is Swimming Good for Lower Back Pain and Sciatica? An Osteopathic Perspective The Fundamentals of Back Pain and Sciatica Back pain and sciatica are pervasive ailments that not only affect physical health but also impede daily functions and quality of life. Detailed...