Chingford osteopathy

Osteopathy is a health profession that compliments complete health. Professionals in this field are highly skilled and have often received training, which is extensive, and comparable of a medical doctor. Osteopathy aims to manipulate joints and restore the body back to optimal function. When joints are slightly misaligned the structures in the joint and it surrounding can give off pain and cause illness. There are many theories behind the cause of pain; some believe the pain is associated with the increased stress on the ligament and inflammation is caused as a result. Others believe there is a pressure build-up as a result of the joint subluxation. One thing that is certain is when the body experiences pain of any kind this can affect the body in many ways. Our osteopaths are holistic health professionals that take a patient’s life as whole and try to eliminate any cause of the problem and help restore function. In London Osteopaths are of an elite level. We have many residents visiting from many parts of London including Chingford.

For most people their first osteopathy appointment has a common misconception that the experience will be uncomfortable and one to be feared. Our osteopaths have an excellent knowledge and training to deal with people and they will make your experience a gentle one. They are skilled in efficient and safety delivery of safe techniques to bring the body back to its correct alignment. Practitioners can deal with a number of issues relating to bowl problem, migraines and more. Our Osteopaths are very good at treating problems associated with back issues such and referred pain associated with back misalignments. In some cases immediate pain relief can result from treatment. Common back problems can be caused by vertebrae misalignment and this can cause nerve impingements. The nerve impingements result from structures pressing again a nerve root that normally would have a free route to travel through on their way to serve muscles and tissue. Pressure on one of these nerve roots causes discomfort that is a speciality of Osteopaths.

Often different health professional can compliment each other. If a person is in complete health they will have a higher quality of life. Osteopaths understand the importance of treating the patient’s life as a whole. Two great professions that will offer complete health are an Exercise Physiologist and an Osteopath. An Osteopath will get your body set for your exercise and the physiologist will give you exercise, that is safe to cater for most people, with or without pathologies. Physical activity is also an important aspect of living life to the full. The body has the ability to adapt to most circumstances and once our osteopath is on the job of getting the body in full balance a good way to maintain this is by bouts of exercise. Once the benefits of osteopathy and exercise, together are discover it will make no sense to discontinue the connection to either of these. London has a world class standard of most health professionals.

What to expect

whattowxpectThe Osteopath will first take a full medical history to make sure you are safe to treat. If there is any concern about the presence of a more serious underlying condition, the patient may be referred to their doctor for further investigations.

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About me

aboutusBrian graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2004. Since graduating Brian has continued with postgraduate study in cranial and classical Osteopathy as well as being involved in a local osteopathic group, holding regular meetings and lectures from other related healthcare professionals.

Brian set up Queens Road Osteopathy in November 2009 to provide excellent care and ongoing support to his patients. “I believe that Osteopathy has so much more to offer than simply relief of pain. Osteopathy is the only medical discipline that truly tries to get to the root of a problem and by doing so not only relieve the symptoms but remove the cause”.

Brian lives with his partner Ruth and their two children Raphael and Eden.



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