Correct Your Posture And Restore Your Body's Function With Our Osteopathy For Arthritis
The body's musculoskeletal (muscular and skeletal) systems are primarily treated through osteopathy, a type of hands-on therapy. Osteopaths are highly knowledgeable about how the body moves and performs.
Osteopathy, also known as "Osteo," is one of the most well-liked forms of treatment for patients. It is suggested by general practitioners, specialists, and current patients who use osteopathy to treat various injuries and illnesses, including arthritis, in older people, adults, and children.
According to research, manual therapies like osteopathy can help patients with osteoarthritis live better lives by reducing pain, enhancing flexibility, and improving quality of life. It is mirrored in NHS recommendations for managing symptoms, including manual therapy (stretching and manipulation), exercise, weight loss, and pain medications.
We at La Dolce Studio understand that there is an innate connection between your body's structure and function. By addressing all body components, including the painful areas and the potential causes and origins of the issue, we aim to improve the health and well-being of the body.
We also consider how your other bodily systems—such as your neurological, circulatory, and lymphatic systems—relate to and may impact the health of your muscles and joints, which may be greatly affected by arthritis.
Osteopathy can boost your body's agility, so you wouldn't have to worry about arthritis pain. Without experiencing any arthritis pain, you can enjoy strolls through Bishops Park and Stamford Bridge or extol the virtues of Fulham Palace.
So wait no more and book your appointment right away.
The term "arthritis" literally translates to "joint inflammation," However, there are wide varieties of arthritis, most of which fall into the categories of degenerative and inflammatory conditions.
The most prevalent type of arthritis, degenerative or osteoarthritis, is typically considered "wear and tear" and is usually restricted to a particular area, such as the hips, knees, or spine. It usually affects older people and frequently happens in joints that have previously been injured. With skilful osteopathic therapy, its defining characteristics of pain, stiffness, and restricted movement can be reduced and alleviated.
Rheumatic disorders comprise well over 100 conditions, such as gout, fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, and many more, and are frequently referred to as "inflammatory arthritis." Some of these illnesses target the joints explicitly, others target many body systems that also involve the joints, and others cause excruciating joint pain without causing any damage.
About Osteopathic Treatment
Osteopathy is a form of naturopathy that operates on the principle that the body can heal itself from sickness or damage without using medications or removing or destroying biological tissues through surgery or other invasive interventions.
Osteopathy manipulates and strengthens the entire body's musculoskeletal system to heal a particular discomfort.
Osteopathy, like chiropractic adjustments and therapeutic massages, is a supplementary therapy that works with other medical procedures to treat conditions ranging from chronic pain to managing pregnancy-related hormonal changes.
It rarely has any risks when used with other viable treatments because it is a non-invasive, drug-free therapeutic option. The main takeaway is that osteopathy is safer to practise than other forms of treatment because it doesn't cause surgical problems or potential addiction.
In osteopathic treatment, the deep and superficial tissues of the body are physically probed with the hands while the patient's back, shoulder, and joints are felt for a response. A practitioner typically searches for particular characteristics in the investigated tissues, such as connectedness, density, dehydration, scarring, rigidity, loss of elasticity, and "motility."
Motility is an incredibly minute characteristic of movement in all living tissues and provides the practitioner with information on those tissues' underlying status or condition.
Benefits Of Osteopathy For Arthritis
Osteopathy is patient-centred; therefore, the care is customised for each patient. Here are some benefits of osteopathy:
Osteopaths use mobilisation and manipulation techniques, which are passive motions applied in a precise way to joint or soft tissue, to help a painful and restricted joint regain a complete range of motion. In the case of chronic forms of arthritis, manual therapy is frequently helpful and effective, especially after conventional treatments, like heat and exercises, have provided just modest or no relief.
Exercise is essential for managing arthritis well. It supports the maintenance of flexible joints, strong, healthy muscles, endurance, and weight management. Additionally, rest reduces discomfort, weariness, and active joint inflammation. Patients with arthritis need to strike a healthy balance between the two to achieve the greatest results: more rest when the arthritis is active and more activity in remission.
Self-Management individuals in self-management programmes report it lessened joint pain, decreased the number of doctor visits related to their arthritic condition, increased physical activity, and improved quality of life.
Additionally, your therapists will give dietary guidance to you because it has a surprisingly large impact on the severity and course of arthritis. Taking care of your joints often entails caring for your gut because the link between gut health and inflammatory, immunological dysfunction has been evident over the last few years.
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Our osteopaths at La Dolce Studio focus on your circulation, enhancing blood flow, promoting tissue repair, and encouraging lymphatic drainage to assist with any inflammation that may have occurred.
Due to the potential heightened pain response associated with your arthritis, our osteopathic practitioner will work on your neurological system to allow efficient cerebral spinal fluid circulation and your nervous system to calm down so you can heal.
Osteopathy, a holistic medical discipline, is the best option for treating all types of arthritis since it helps with stiffness, pain, and anxiety.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding osteopathy or how it can help you with your arthritic pain.
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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.