Osteopathy for adults, children and babies
Osteopathy for adults
Osteopathy was founded in the late 1800s by physician and surgeon Andrew Taylor Still in Kirksville, Missouri. The son of a surgeon, Still soon discovered that in order to achieve the highest possible form of health, all parts of the body should work together harmoniously. His goal was to restore the body to optimum health with minimal surgery and medicine, influenced in part by the realisation that medical treatments of that time were largely ineffective and in some cases, harmful. Still was a sufferer of constant headaches – one day whilst suffering with a severe headache, Still went to sit on a rope swing that his father had made him, he laid his head back against the rope and fell asleep to wake up to no headache! This is what gave him the idea and Osteopathy was formed!
No matter what your age, Osteopathy can help to treat
- General aches or pains
- Joint pain and stiffness including those diagnosed with arthritis or similar
- Back and neck pain
- Headaches (associated to neck pain)
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Low back pain post or during pregnancy
- Cranial Osteopathy for adults, babies and children
- Minor sports injuries and much more
Please contact us if you require further information or would like to discuss your problem with Amee.
The rate of employees calling in sick at work due to work related neck, shoulder and other repetitive strain type injuries is on the rise. Poor desk set up as well as stress and repetitive movements will eventually take its toll on the body. At Amee Shah Osteopathy, we believe that we can help to reduce discomfort and pain caused at work, as well as provide key information on desk set up to help improve work conditions.
Osteopathy for babies and children
Amee treats babies and children using Cranial Osteopathy. This is a gentle, safe, effective and refined technique that Osteopaths use to identify and help treat stresses and strains within the body. It is achieved by discussing the mothers pregnancy, labour and post labour details followed by examination and treatment. For more information regarding treatment, please contact us as soon as possible.