Some conditions Osteopathy Treatments can help with:
- Sports related injuries
- Back Pain
- Neck, Shoulder and Arm pain
- Whiplash injuries
- Joint pain
- Arthritic pain
- Ligament sprains and muscular sprains
- Repetitive strain injuries
With Special interest in treating
- Pregnancy related issues
- Changes to posture
- Ligament strain
- Back pain
- Pubic symphysis dysfunction (SPD)
- Sacroilliac joint dysfunction
- Help resolve residual tension from labour
- Address muscle imbalance at pelvis, abdomen, rib cage
- Address postural adaptation around feeding posture
- Babies and toddler
- Issues resulting from difficult or quick or prolonged births
- Cesarean section deliveries
- Digestive issues i.e colic, refulx
- Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
- Respiratory issues
- Feeding issues, and relating to tongue tie
- Recurrent illness
- Behaviour issues
- Falls, or injuries
- Recurrent ailements
Who do Osteopaths treat?
- Young & Older individuals
- Manual workers
- Office workers
- Sporting individuals
- Individuals with recurrent & chronic injuries.
What to expect:
Osteopaths record a full case history which includes past and present medical health and any previous traumas or injuries. You will be asked about current presenting symptoms and also questions on lifestyle. They may take your blood pressure, and do further orthopaedic or neurological tests. The Osteopath will observe how your body moves and record their findings. After the initial consultation the Osteopath will then explain their findings and explain how Osteopathy treatment may be of benefit to your particular case.
Osteopaths recognises that correct function and movement of the whole body is essential to achieving good health. The structure of the body influences function, when function is compromised the structure is addressed.
Osteopathy treatment is covered by Private Health insurance policies in Ireland. Health Insurance policies vary in the number of treatments they will cover, it is best to enquire with your policy provider.
Siobhán is registered with the Osteopathic Council of Ireland.