Mobile Osteopath in Cumbria

Osteopath in Cumbria

Introducing Back 2 Life Penrith, where experienced and qualified osteopath Margaret Towson offers osteopath treatment and acupuncture treatment to alleviate pain in Cumbria. With 25+ years of industry knowledge and first-hand experience of the benefits, Margaret creates personalised treatment plans to promote overall well-being. Trust in Back 2 Life Penrith for effective and honest care.

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Flexible scheduling
Convenient home visits
Personalised treatment
25+ Years Experience
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Home exercise plan
Mobile Practitioner
No clinic wait times
Comfortable environment

What symptoms can an Osteopath treat?

Osteopaths are trained to diagnose and treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Here are just a few examples of the symptoms an osteopath can help with:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Sports injuries
  • Whiplash
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Postural problems
  • Pregnancy-related pain

An Osteopath will take a holistic approach to your treatment, considering your lifestyle, diet, and posture to help alleviate pain and improve the function of your body. Osteopathy can be effective in treating both acute and chronic pain and can also help to prevent future injuries.

Get Osteopathy Treatment in Cumbria

The process of healing is easier than you think.

1

Consultation

The first step in osteopathy treatment is a consultation with the osteopath. During this initial appointment, the osteopath will take a thorough medical history, ask about symptoms, and perform a physical examination.

2

Bespoke Treatment

Osteopath creates a personalised plan using techniques such as manipulation, stretching & massage, plus advice on posture, exercise, and lifestyle changes to improve symptoms.

3

Follow Up

We may book a follow-up appointment to monitor progress, make adjustments and provide exercises & advice for you to continue treatment at home. This ensures you progress and achieve your goals.

Margaret, an Osteopath in Cumbria is providing treatment to a client on-site.
Cumbria Based Osteopath

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a non-invasive and drug-free approach to healthcare that can be used to treat a wide range of conditions. It can be used alone or in conjunction with other forms of medical treatment.

Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy that aims to improve the function of the body by treating the musculoskeletal system. It is based on the principle that the body can heal itself. Osteopaths use a variety of techniques, including manipulation, stretching, and massage, to help alleviate pain and improve mobility.

What is the "Holistic Approach"?

A holistic approach is an approach that considers the whole person, not just their physical symptoms. It takes into account the individual’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. The holistic approach addresses the root causes of symptoms and not just the symptoms themselves. 

Heal the Holistic Way...

High-Quality Osteopath in Cumbria

Experience pain relief, improved mobility and overall well-being with the help of an experienced Osteopath in Cumbria. Contact us today for a bespoke treatment plan.

Pain Relief

Osteopathy can alleviate pain and improve mobility in a non-invasive and drug-free way.

Holistic Approach

Osteopaths consider the whole person to address the root causes of symptoms and not just the symptoms themselves.

Personalised Treatment

Osteopaths create individualised treatment plans based on the patient's personal circumstances and goals.

Margaret, an Osteopath in Cumbria is providing treatment to a client on-site.
BESPOKE TREATMENT PLANS

Do You Struggle With The Following?

Back Pain

Common causes include poor posture, muscle strains, and injury, but it can also be caused by underlying conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis and scoliosis.
Neck Pain
Common causes include poor posture, muscle strains, and injury, as well as prolonged use of technology and poor sleeping positions at night or poor mattress.
Sciatica
Common causes include a herniated disc, spinal stenosis, and piriformis syndrome, as well as injury, degeneration of the spine, a pinched nerve or by pregnancy.

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