Most people think they are healthy if they have no pain or disease, but GOOD HEALTH
is not simply the absence of disease or pain.

Maintenance of good mechanical function is essential to good health, enabling
all joints to move freely in all directions, blood supply to flow freely,
and nerve supply to be uninterrupted throughout the body.

Problems in the body's framework disturb the nerve and circulatory system, cause pains in joints and muscles, dysfunctions of immune system and internal organs, and affect many aspects of health.

The majority of people, instead of full health, carry within their body an accumulation of the effects of traumatic events, accidents, infections or emotional stress in their lives.

Taking great care to ensure proper movement, blood supply and nervous control, fully trained Osteopaths can promote mental, physical and emotional harmony in the body, reducing stress and restoring health and a sense of well-being.