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Pain Management

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When helping those in pain, our practitioners understand how complex pain management is and how individualized it can be. 

Whether it be dyspareunia (pain during intercourse), dysmenorrhea (painful periods), headaches and/or migraines, acute lower back strain or chronic pelvic pain, our experienced practitioners will use a variety of gentle techniques to help reduce and relieve pain and improve movement.

Then through education on breathing techniques, movement practices, nutritional advice and lifestyle changes they will aim to prevent reoccurance of the injury. 

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Our practitioners have extensive experience in chronic pain and understand the complex nature of pain management.

For those in chronic pain a multidisciplinary approach is required to work on the structure of the body and local pain sites, hormonal imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, stress management and sleep hygiene.

 

Our team of Osteopaths work very closely with our experienced exercise physiologist and have an outstanding referral network to help address all facets required for healing. 

Osteopathy

Our osteopaths have over 50 years of combined clinical experience treating people with pain across the whole family and ranging from acute injuries to chronic pain and repetitive strain injuries. Our osteopaths will use a variety of techniques including but not limited to:

  • Gentle articulation

  • Cranial osteopathy

  • Myofascial and fascial techniques 

  • Visceral osteopathy

  • Manipulation

  • Stretching 

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Our osteopaths use a variety of gentle techniques to help reduce and relieve pain and improve movement.

Through education, breathing techniques, movement practices, nutritional advice and lifestyle changes; we work with you to prevent the recurrence of your injury or aggravation of your condition. 

Our practitioners have experience in treating the following:

  • Headaches, migraines and TMJ pain

  • Lower back, hip and knee pain

  • Ankle and foot pain

  • Shoulder, elbow and wrist pain. 

  • Dysmenorrhea and dyspareunia 

  • Vulvodynia and vaginismus 

  • Coccyndynia and pubic symphysis pain

  • Pudendal neuralgia 

  • Chronic pelvic pain associated with endometriosis, adenomyosis, inflammatory bowel diseases, bladder pain syndrome 

  • Pregnancy related pain

  • Period pain

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Our Osteopaths work very closely with our Exercise Physiologist who is extensively trained in pelvic health. Exercise Physiology helps to integrate your pelvic floor exercises into more functional movements to get you back living a healthier and more independent life! 

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