Don't Let Pain Interrupt Your Daily Life, Try Our Osteopathy For All Practice
Tired of popping pills to ease your pain? Interested in a healthier lifestyle and being able to move around freely? In this case, Osteopathy is the perfect solution.
Osteopathy takes a holistic approach to healthcare and pain relief. It focuses on the physical manipulation of muscles and bones with the goal of improving your quality of life.
Osteopathy has become one of the most popular forms of alternative medicine. In 2022, there are currently 5,341 practitioners in the UK. This excellent therapy can help with everything from knee and back pain to migraines and tendonitis.
We at La Dolce Studio would love to help reduce your pain through our osteopathic practice. Regardless of your age and condition–we are more than happy to welcome you to our studio!
Contact us today and start booking your appointment.
Excellent Way To Improve Overall Health
Osteopathy is a non-invasive, drug-free manual therapy that aims to promote overall health by manipulating and strengthening the musculoskeletal structure.
An osteopathic physician will concentrate on the joints, muscles, and spine. The treatment seeks to improve the body's neurological, circulatory, and lymphatic systems.
Osteopathy is a d-body, holistic approach to healthcare. Without the use of medicines, it employs manual 'hands-on' procedures to enhance circulation and rectify abnormal biomechanics.
An osteopathic physician does not focus solely on the problem region but uses manual techniques to balance all body systems and promote general health and well-being.
Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine refers to the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses employing these approaches (OMM). Stretching, mild pressure and resistance are techniques used in osteopathic manipulative treatment.
Different Styles Of Osteopathy
Osteopathy is a diagnosis and treatment approach that uses the structure and function of the body to address a wide range of problems. La Dolce Studio clinic's osteopaths use a variety of osteopathic methods, and they are;
This is the most prevalent type of osteopathic treatment and the foundation for current training. The osteopath will utilise manual techniques to alter the musculoskeletal system: joints are moved, muscles are stretched, and the therapeutic effect can reach the neurological system, blood supply, or organ function.
Cranial osteopathy therapy entails gently massaging parts of the head to relieve tension and strain and assist with nervous system issues.
This technique is also known as 'craniosacral therapy.'
Although cranial osteopathy can be used on anyone, it is most commonly utilised on babies.
It is suggested that cranial osteopathy can help people with autism. According to proponents of the therapy, the advantages range from minor reductions in hyperactive behaviour to significant increases in communication.
The term "viscera" refers to the soft internal organs of the body, such as the heart, lungs, reproductive organs, and digestive organs. Jean-Pierre Barral, a European School of Osteopathy graduate, created visceral osteopathy principles as he recognised stress patterns on soft body tissues and how proper osteopathic procedures could alleviate them.
Barral devised a strategy of gentle manipulations of the delicate internal organs and surrounding tissues to cure recognised stress patterns. He was convinced visceral osteopathic techniques could increase body function, organ system function, fluid circulation, general wellness, and mobility. He also developed a thermal diagnosis device to detect areas of strain with varying degrees of heat.
Although a structural approach is used, it is based on more traditional concepts. Andrew Taylor Still created osteopathy in the United States in 1874, and it was further developed by John Martin Littlejohn, who also introduced osteopathy to England in 1911. They created a system that mobilises the body in such a way that it affects the underlying physiology.
Rather than the restricted musculoskeletal approach of modern structural osteopathy, the first osteopaths were primary healers focused on curing systemic illnesses such as typhoid and diphtheria. Classical treatment is based on a precise practice known as the 'body adjustment,' which involves the entire body, and more specific treatment can be directed as needed.
How Our Osteopathic Practice And Treatments Can Help
Why should you select osteopathy when so many other treatments are available for various problems and ailments? Osteopathy adheres to the principle of "treating the patient, not the ailment," examining your body as a whole and as an individual.
The primary source of the pain can be removed via osteopathy. Learn more about how our osteopathy treatments at La Dolce Studio can help.
Hormonal and physical changes in a woman during pregnancy can be highly uncomfortable. Relaxation, for example, causes the tendons in the feet to expand apart and the hips to shift shape. This is a standard component of pregnancy, but it can create muscle tension, systemic stress, and chronic discomfort. Even under duress, osteopathic therapy can alleviate most of this physiological discomfort and assist in restoring balance.
In La Dolce Studio, we frequently deal with patients who experience daily pain due to an injury, sickness, or general wear and tear. In fact, 1 in 5 adults aged 45 and older deal with persistent pain, which is ongoing discomfort that interferes with daily activities.
Chronic pain is frequently hidden from other people's gaze and out of sports. Others frequently find it challenging to comprehend how having ongoing discomfort affects their lives. Debilitating chronic pain can impact a person's physical and mental well-being.
Osteopaths at La Dolce Studio strive to assist your body return to its optimal state of health. We employ manual therapy methods such as cranial osteopathy, soft tissue release, stretching, joint articulation, and joint manipulation when necessary. Since we understand that each person's experience with pain is unique, we concentrate on how your bones, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue, and internal organs work together as a whole.
Chronic Pain Rehabilitation
Athletes come in many shapes and sizes, but manual osteopathic therapy can always benefit them whether they participate in a team sport or not.
A manual osteopath is now considered an essential element of an athlete's care team in the professional athletics industry. Athletes and osteopaths have long had a close relationship; sports injuries are just a part of being an athlete. An osteopath can mean the difference between a two-week and two-month recovery. However, athletics at any level may be exceedingly taxing on the body, and any restriction in joint, muscle, ligament and visceral mobility can interfere with health.
Treatment For Athletes
Osteopathic treatment is a gentle way to treat children struggling with learning or development. Specific light pressure is administered where appropriate to allow the body's inherent healing potential to induce stress release. Osteopathic treatment can improve focus, cohesion, fine and gross motor abilities, and auditory and visual processing difficulties.
Aside from that, children's rapid growth and development demand regular osteopathic examinations and treatment to assist them in adjusting to changes more smoothly. Spinal asymmetry, postural tiredness, growth-related bone discomfort, anxiety, and headaches are some concerns that can occur at this age. The osteopathic management of children of all ages is beneficial because it ensures that all aspects of growth are occurring properly - correcting difficulties as they arise.
To treat the symptoms of chronic stress, osteopathy can help to balance the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. The sympathetic nervous system is in charge of the fight or flight reaction, while the parasympathetic nervous system restores calm; therefore, maintaining a balance between the two is critical. Your osteopath can also walk you through some breathing techniques that can help you deal with stress.
Osteopathy For All
Now that you've learned how our osteopathic practice helps in a variety of ways, our experts at La Dolce Studio want you to reap all those benefits through the services below:
Looking after a child at home– or can't find time enough to go to a studio? No worries! We offer osteopathy home services. Our practitioner will be pleased to treat you even if you are at home.
You can always come by our studio for the sessions if you want to take a little walk before treatment. Our in-house practitioner will assist you in achieving holistic health and relieving your tensions and pains.
Know The Practitioner
It is critical for us that you trust our practitioner. And for that to happen, let's talk about her a bit more.
Aside from being a certified Pilates instructor, Daniela Colognesi also holds a degree in Osteopathic Medicine from the University College of Osteopathy in London, UK.
She has studied Pilates and osteopathy in Turin, Milan, New York, and London to further her talents and knowledge. Fortunately, her hard work has allowed her career in the sector to generate seven successful years of teaching since 2015.
She is still working as a certified Pilates instructor and osteopath. Daniela works with those who want more flexibility, fewer injuries, a stronger core, and relief from discomfort. She is the creator and proprietor of La Dolce Studio, your warm and sweet studio in Fulham, West London, Hammersmith, and West Kensington for pilates and osteopathy services.
She founded the studio believing that everyone is unique and deserves the time and care that can make a significant impact when training. As a result, she prefers one-on-one sessions with her customers to better treat and care for them.
So you don't have to worry about how well our expert osteopath will treat you because Daniela will use every skill and knowledge she has gained over the years to make you feel better, livelier, and healthier.
Start Treating Your Pain With Our Specialist Osteopaths
Why endure the pain when you can treat it with a professional? You might think that the treatment will be painful or will worsen. Unfortunately for you, it's not! Osteopathy is usually not painful, and our practitioners here at La Dolce Studio will explain prior if any treatments will give you any reactions.
Life is short, don't let your pain interfere with your daily life.
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Can osteopathy treat my recurring migraine?Various factors can cause migraines. Through osteopathy, we can identify the root cause of your migraine and resolve it. Osteopathy relieves muscular spasms and stress in the body by using hands-on therapy. It will facilitate the body's natural healing process to allow improved mobility and enhanced drainage of bodily fluids for your migraine to be gone for good.
How many sessions do I need to get treated?The number of sessions you need to get fully treated varies depending on your body’s condition. It can also vary depending on how cooperative you are in getting the treatment done right. In short, there is no general number of sessions that we can give for everyone since treatment of this kind must be customised to each client.