Mobile Osteopath in Cumbria

Osteopathy Treatment in Penrith

Back 2 Life Penrith is a business that specialises in providing osteopathic treatment throughout Penrith and surrounding areas. If you have aches or pains in your muscles, joints or bones then Back 2 Life can help.

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What is Osteopathy & how does it work?

Osteopathy refers to the method of treatment for pains and aches involving the musculoskeletal system.

A trained professional who provides this form of treatment is referred to as an osteopath. Osteopath is a protected title and implies registration with the General Osteopathic Council. To become a qualified osteopath, you must carry out a minimum of 1,000 hours of clinical treatment.

They usually take a holistic approach to applying therapy treatments that involve manual treatment manipulating the muscles, joints, bones, ligaments and connective tissue. It’s common to take an approach that doesn’t include surgery or medicines but does consider the biological, psychological and social factors that contribute to ill health. For example, diet, lifestyle, education and exercise.

Osteopathy is one of the 14 Allied Health Professions recognised by the NHS.

Osteopathy is one of them due to the important role played in improving people’s physical and mental health.

What We Offer
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How it works

Osteopathic Methods

Treatment always varies from case to case depending on the specific problem they are looking to solve, but common methods often include:

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Relaxed
Massage

This allows muscles to release and relax.

2

Stretching Stiff Joints

Maintaining and improving the flexibility of your joints.

3

Professional
Articulation

Your joints are put through their natural range of motion.

4

High-Velocity Thrusts

Short sharp movements to the spine.

Why choose us

Qualified Osteopath in Penrith

There are lots of benefits to receiving osteopathic therapy from a trained professional. This can be used in conjunction with alternative treatments and pain relief as prescribed.

Mental Health & Lifestyle

You will learn how to implement small changes to your lifestyle that will improve your health and wellbeing. Having more energy and seeing progress will improve your outlook on your circumstances.

Reduction in Pain & Symptoms

There should be a noticeable difference in symptoms after a couple of sessions. This should reduce pain, improve your quality of sleep and allow for better mobility and physical ability.

Long-Term Solutions

The holistic approach taken by Margaret involving your diet, education, exercise, social circumstances and treatment plan means the positive effects can be enjoyed long after your therapy is finished.

BESPOKE TREATMENT PLANS

Do You Struggle With The Following?

Acute back pain

Back pain that is the result of a traumatic injury such as a car accident, fall, or sports injury is referred to as acute back pain. It's also worth mentioning that acute back pain can have no obvious cause, but that doesn't mean it can't be helped!

Sports injuries

Osteopathic treatment is often used after sporting injuries to aid recovery, getting you back to the sport you love as quickly as possible. It is always sensible to consult a coach regarding your return to sport following an injury as they will be able to help you ease back into it without causing further damage

Head, neck and shoulder pain

Whatever the cause of your discomfort - stress, too long in front of the computer and even pregnancy can be contributing factors! - osteopathic treatment can often help to alleviate symptoms of this nature.

Joint/muscle pain

I don't just help with symptoms that affect your back, I can also help with other joints - ankles, elbows, wrists, knees and more. I don't just treat the specific area, as a holistic treatment that considers the whole person tends to be far more effective.

Chronic back pain

If you've noticed back pain developing over time, this is probably chronic back pain. It can be caused by bad habits such as sitting poorly, or by other factors such as advancing age or a medical condition.

Post-surgery recovery

If you're recovering after surgery, particularly surgery on a joint, it can be difficult to get moving again. Osteopathy can help you to regain your mobility faster. Please consult your doctor or surgeon first.