top of page

Move And Stretch Your Aching Joints To Ease Discomfort With Our Effective Osteopathy For Arthritis


Over 100 diseases can be classified as arthritis. Arthritis is a disease caused by inflammation of the joints. Inflammation is one of your body's natural reactions to disease or injury. This condition is characterized by swelling, pain, and stiffness. A long-term or recurring inflammation, such as arthritis, can damage tissue.


A joint becomes inflamed when arthritis develops, leading to pain, stiffness, and difficulty moving. There are also some types of arthritis that affect the skin and internal organs. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are the most common types of arthritis.

In the UK, more than 430,000 people suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis affects around 12,000 children. 220,000 people have axial spondyloarthritis and about 100,000 people have psoriatic arthritis.


Fortunately, We at La Dolce Studio offer effective osteopathy for arthritis. Osteopathy is a whole-body approach to disease prevention and health. The philosophy behind osteopathy is that when the body's layers are not aligned, they can lead to illness or complicate it. Our osteopath experts are well-trained in using their hands to manipulate the joints, spine, muscles, and other soft tissues that cause you pain and discomfort. 


Our goal is to improve the body's health and well-being by treating all aspects of it and not just the painful parts but also where and how the problem originated. Also, we explore how your circulatory, nervous, and lymphatic systems can influence your muscle and joint system, which can be prevalent in arthritis.


Don’t wait any longer and book your appointment right away!

4362952_whatsapp_logo_social media_messaging app_icon.png

About Arthritis

There are many types, subtypes, and variations of arthritis. This is a condition characterized by joint inflammation, which is usually accompanied by pain and structural damage. It is possible for anyone, including children and young people, to develop arthritis. People of all backgrounds, ages, and lifestyles can be affected by it.


A high level of uric acid in your blood can lead to crystals of uric acid forming in your joints, causing gout. There are several types of arthritis caused by infections or diseases such as lupus or psoriasis.



The type of arthritis a person has can help them make informed decisions. The term arthritis refers to over 150 different conditions affecting muscles, bones, and joints. Some of these are:

  • Ankylosing spondylitis

results in the fusion of vertebrae in the spine over time. Due to this fusion, the spine is less flexible and can cause a hunched posture. Breathing deeply may be difficult if the ribs are affected. A person with ankylosing spondylitis may experience pain and stiffness in their lower back and hips, especially in the morning and after they are inactive.

  • Gout

this form of arthritis is common and can affect anyone. There's sudden, severe pain, swelling, redness, and tenderness in one or more joints, usually the big toe. Affected joints are hot, swollen, and so tender, even the weight of the bedsheet can hurt.

  • Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

previously called juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, it's the most common kind of arthritis in kids. The symptoms can range from minor to serious, such as growth problems, joint damage, and inflammation of the eyes.

  • Osteoarthritis

It affects millions of people worldwide, making it the most common form of arthritis. Over time, the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of the bones wears down. Hands, knees, hips, and spine joints are most commonly affected.


Arthritis can be caused by a variety of diseases. These include systemic lupus erythematosus, psoriasis, Lyme disease, reactive arthritis, and celiac disease.There are also other conditions that have similar symptoms to arthritis.

Signs and Symptoms

Arthritis affects people differently, and each condition has its own symptoms. However, the following symptoms are common:

  • Pain

  • Joint swelling, redness, and warmth

    1. More than three days of joint swelling

    2. More than three monthly episodes of joint swelling

    3. Having difficulty moving a joint

  • Joint stiffness or reduced mobility

    1. During the morning (how long does it last?)

    2. Following exercise

    3. After you’ve been sitting for a while

    4. As soon as you finish exercising

  • Joint-related symptoms can be caused by certain types of arthritis.

    1. Fatigue

    2. Scaly, itchy skin

    3. Nail changes on fingers and toes

    4. Rashes

    5. Fever

    6. Weight loss

    7. Hair loss in spots or around the hairline


Why You Should Get It Treated

Arthritis can cause disability because it deteriorates joints over time. The condition can cause pain and movement problems. In some cases, you may not be able to carry out your normal daily activities and tasks.

Arthritis has no cure. In most cases, the goal of treatment is to reduce pain and inflammation, as well as to ensure joint function. You will also need to consider the type of arthritis you have and the severity of your condition. A treatment plan is crafted by a health care provider for each individual.

Benefits of Osteopathy For Arthritis In London

Are you suffering from arthritis or do you know someone who is? There are currently 10 million people in the UK who suffer from arthritis. Many people resign themselves to living with pain without realizing there are a number of ways to manage it. Osteopathy is one of them. Here are the benefits of osteopathy for arthritis:

  • Addresses any muscle weakness related to joint pain

  • Helps keep your joints flexible through gentle stretches and exercises

  • Improves blood flow, encourages tissue healing, and helps with inflammation by stimulating lymphatic drainage

  • Works on your nervous system to allow effective cerebral spinal fluid circulation and calm your nervous system so you can heal

  • Reduces pain, stiffness, and anxiety associated with arthritis

  • Promotes better joint health and improved range of motion

  • Reduces tension in the body and joint stress.


How Our Experts Can Help You

Osteopathy is an effective treatment for arthritis and its symptoms. It is possible to reduce pain by mobilizing joints with arthritis and treating the surrounding muscles. To improve overall function, La Dolce's osteopaths work on the general mobility of the other joints and muscles in the body. Osteopaths can also provide advice on posture, diet, exercise, and health improvements.


We at La Dolce Studio provide osteopathy for arthritis, which is excellent for treating patients of any age and gender. Our arthritis osteopaths in London will help mobilize your joints and reduce stiffness, through gentle articulation and mobilization and indirect techniques.

Save yourself some trouble and book your appointment today to consult our experts in osteopathy for arthritis.

4362952_whatsapp_logo_social media_messaging app_icon.png
  • I forgot my appointment, can I reschedule?"
    Yes, you can! We understand that life can be busy sometimes, so just take your time. Just drop a message for us, and we’ll let you know when your rescheduled appointment can be in no time.
  • What are your modes of payment?
    La Dolce Studio accepts bank transfers in MasterCard or VISA. We can also accommodate Paypal payments. Just let us know if you need our details.
  • Where can I contact you?
    If you wish to speak to us directly before coming by the studio, you can always fill out our form HERE. You can also send email inquiries at or leave us a message at +447851873322.
  • 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.
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Whatsapp
bottom of page