Osteopathy services Crawley

Our Osteopath Services take a ‘holistic’ approach to the evaluation, diagnosis, and their patients. The practitioners are not only interested in relieving your pain, but also work on trying to improve your overall levels of general health and fitness.

Diagnosing your Condition

After completing a full medical case history in which the practitioners will discuss your symptoms in detail and carry out appropriate physical examinations, a diagnosis will be made where possible, and if you are safe to treat a treatment plan will be discussed. Alternatively, if your osteopath thinks you would benefit from being referred to your GP or a Specialist, then arrangements will be made.

During the examination health services, you may be asked to move the painful area into different positions in order to try and reproduce the issue. Other examinations may be performed including standard orthopedic and neurological testing in order to make an accurate diagnosis.

Planning your Osteopathy Services

Having made an accurate assessment of your problem, the osteopath will be able to devise an appropriate treatment plan that is specific to you. During your session, an osteopath will work a wide range of manual techniques in order to try and correct the problems associated with your body muscles, ligaments, and back joints that may be causing the pain you experience.

Planning your Osteopathy Service

Osteopathy Services Prices

Each health session (whether it is for an initial consultation or a follow-on treatment) is priced at £60.

Osteopathy Q&A

What injuries do osteopaths treat?

Our Osteopathy Clinic is generally associated with a back problem or pain, although Osteopaths treat the whole body. Back problems tend to focus upon improving or correcting faulty joint movement as well as the specific injury that caused the problem in the first place. Spinal manipulation (a commonly used technique by osteopaths) aims to loosen and free-up, rather than re-align the faulty joints, which can be dealt with using body massage. Other techniques include soft tissue stretching and joint mobilization to try and restore the optimal range of movement. The soft tissue stretching techniques may also be used to relax and loosen the tissues prior to any specific manipulation of the joints.

Indian Head has its roots in Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine. Ayurveda has developed some 1,000 years ago. “Ayur” meaning life and “Veda” meaning science or knowledge in ancient Sanskrit.

This holistic medical system aims to help those with physical and mental health illnesses.

We live in stressful times due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, and head massage is a way of unwinding, easing tension, creating a relaxed and calm frame of mind. The effect is twofold, with the head and scalp relieved of pressure, the mind is stimulated and concentration improved.