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Osteopathy is a system of manual medicine and physical therapy that has been helping people with the musculoskeletal injuries and pain since the 19th century by an American physician-
One of the biggest differences that set apart Osteopathy from other manual medicine practitioners and physical therapists is its guiding principles and philosophy, which is as follows:
- The body is a unit and that no part of the body works independently.
- The body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing and health maintenance, and the job of the osteopath is to assist the body in its healing.
- Structure and function are interrelated, the structure effects how it functions and vis
- Treatment and management
Osteopathy is a government registered allied health profession here in Australia and is one of the most effective physical therapies for the treatment and management of musculoskeletal pain, dysfunction and injury.
Things our Osteopaths look at:
Once we get an in-depth history and results from your examination we can then put together a tailored treatment plan and more importantly a management plan to get you back to your optimum health.
The Techniques Our Osteopaths Use:
At Inner Balance Health Clinics, we see people of all ages and at all stages of life. Osteo treatment is suitable when you have
Here are some common presentations that we see at the clinic:
All our osteopaths here at Inner Balance Health Clinics have completed a 5 year University degree.
In order to graduate as an osteopath, a 4-5 year university degree is required. The course consists of a large range of subjects and programs including (biology, anatomy, physiology, pathology & pharmacology, neuroscience etc), medical examination, orthopaedic and neurological examination, osteopathic diagnosis, osteopahtic technique, osteopathic science and philosophy. Osteopathic students also need to perform 2-3 years of clinical training, this is done at the University teaching clinic in which the students treat the general public under the supervision of registered osteopaths.
Students must also meet board requirements in order to obtain registration with the Osteopathy Board of Australia as well as the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA). All of our osteopaths hold their own public liability and professional indemnity insurance.