Osteopathy is an established, well recognised system of diagnosis and treatment whose main emphasis lies on the structural integrity of the body.
It is distinctive in that it recognises that much of the pain and disability we suffer from stems from poor function of the body’s structure, as well as the damage caused by disease and trauma.
Osteopathy's main strength lies in the unique way a patient is assessed from a mechanical, functional and postural standpoint. The manual treatments applied are tailored to the needs of each individual patient.
All osteopaths undergo a rigorous training and are required to be registered with the General Osteopathic Council. Their training includes the medical sciences of physiology, anatomy, pathology, paediatrics, gynaecology and pharmacology.
The training enables them to make a diagnosis of the presenting condition and construct an appropriate course of treatment. The number of treatments varies depending on the condition an acute injury may only require 2 or 3 treatments, a chronic injury may require a minimum of 6 treatments.
It is essential that the General Osteopathic Council commands the confidence of the public, the osteopathic profession and other stakeholders. To this end, all Osteopaths here at The Faringdon Clinic adopt and comply with appropriate standards of conduct.
Osteopath: Marianne Bennison graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM)…Read More
Osteopath: Mary O’Leary graduated from The British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM)…Read More
Osteopath: Emma graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a first class honours…Read More