Redbrige osteopathy

Osteopathy is a holistic form of health care that treats the body as a whole and the life lived by the patient. Our osteopaths use manipulative techniques to adjust the body’s joints and bring them and the mind to stable health. Osteopaths in United Kingdom undergo extensive training to become Osteopaths and the university process can be anywhere between five and six years. Some of the Osteopaths have the statues of a doctor in osteopathy depending on the exact qualifications acquired. There are many Osteopaths in the borough of Redbridge and all will have meet strict guidelines to perform their profession. Our osteopaths offer care at a high standard and have focus to help patients improve their quality of life.

Unlike some forms of health care osteopathy considers variables in everyday life. Sometimes those issues can be a contributing factor causing the body to experience stress. Misalignment of the spine can result from these stresses and can cause nerves to be hypersensitive, which can affect the quality of life in many different ways. Upon visiting our osteopath for the first time you can expect a very caring experience. Osteopaths are trained in many areas of psychology and know how to handle patients in a way they will feel completely comfort. For some, the thought of having bones realignment can create anxiety. The osteopathic process is not one that should cause stress and this is often discovered soon after the patient’s first visit. Your fist visit to our osteopath will incorporate an initial assessment to identify any possible contributors to bad health. Before you do have an alignment our osteopath will often work with a massage therapist, in some cases this doesn’t happen, as our osteopath is perfectly capable of fulfilling both roles. The purpose of the massage is to improve the flexibility in the joint by increasing blood flow and heating up surrounding structures. This assists with the treatment process.

The United Kingdom has excellent courses for osteopathy and provides extensive training for professionals electing this path. The road to becoming an osteopath is not an easy one and those in the professional are often admirable people. An osteopath is considered a doctor in most countries and the role they play on their patient’s life is often life changing. The form of treatment offered by our osteopaths is very effective.

Many of our customers have received treatment from other forms of health care and had no benefits. The issue with some health care is they lack a holistic approach. It’s often difficult for issues relating to health problems to hide from our osteopaths due to this holistic approach. For most, once they discover the benefits of osteopathic treatment they incorporate the treatment into their lives. It’s important to keep the body in alignment and the results after our osteopathic treatment will highlight this.

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.

 

 

Dimple_VekariaDimple Vekaria is a qualified osteopathic practitioner registered with
the General Osteopathic Council and graduated from the British School
of Osteopathy (BSO) with a Masters degree.
Whilst training at the BSO, Dimple has had experience treating
patients from all walks of life, including patients afflicted with
HIV/AIDS, expectant mothers, those with sports injuries and the
elderly.
In life outside of work, she enjoys socialising with friends and
keeping active through running and playing badminton.

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