Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy that recognises the dynamic relationships between the structure of the body and its function. Osteopaths use an in depth knowledge of the bodies system: skeletal, muscular, neural, visceral and lymphatic to address conditions affecting these systems and in the management of pain.

Osteopaths treat clients from all walks of life and provide treatment and management options for low back pain, neck, pain, headaches, joint pain in the limbs, arthritis and more.

Osteopaths are primary healthcare practitioners and have therefore completed a minimum of 5 years university training and are versed in standard medical examinations.