Osteopaths treat a range of symptoms, helping to alleviate discomfort and restore function. This can be achieved with a variety of hands-on techniques, exercise prescription and lifestyle advice
This year has been a stressful one for many of us. Management of stress and the associated health issues that come with it is often a multifaceted approach for every individual. As osteopaths, we also have our part to play as allied health professionals. This blog post looks at the causes and management of the modern stress epidemic and highlights what osteopaths can do to help.
We would like towelcome Tony Antoniou and Amy Hewittto our team ofOsteopaths at the Rugby Osteopathic Centre. Tony graduated from the UniversityCollege of Osteopathy (UCO) with a Master’s degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost). He isapproachable, supportive, and enthusiastic. He enjoysworking with a broad range of patients and has experience treating in a varietyof outpatient musculoskeletal clinical environments. Tony adopts apredominantly structural approach to treatment, which is tailored to eachi….
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