What Osteopaths Do
Having a sedentary lifestyle can lead to pain in the lower back as well as other areas of the body. This is commonly associated with those working in an office environment and using inadequate seating for long periods. Osteopathy can help to reduce the pain experienced in the lower back as well as the neck, shoulders and limbs.
Osteopaths can provide advice on appropriate posture, seating and other ergo dynamic office equipment to avoid further experiences of joint and muscular pain. At Fountain Square Physio, treatments are carried out in a comfortable and contemporary space which has been purpose-built to ensure the clinic meets every requirement and is equipped to deliver an array of treatments. The clinic features three treatment rooms, as well as a fully equipped gymnasium, a movement and running analysis centre and a foot scanner.
The state-of-the-art technology within the clinic coupled with experienced and fully qualified practitioners will give anybody visiting the clinic a positive and comfortable experience, with their self-improvement at the heart of each and every session.
Registered with every applicable private healthcare company and with years of experience in liaising with GPs, hospitals, consultants, insurers and solicitors, Fountain Square Physio is an efficient and knowledgeable choice when selecting an osteopath.
Principles of Osteopathy
The principles of osteopathy are built on helping the body repair itself by encouraging the skeleton, ligaments, muscles and connective tissues to function together harmoniously.
Fountain Square Physio
Fountain Square Physio has been offering first-class assessments, treatments and rehabilitation programmes to those in the North West of England since 2002. In that time, the clinic has treated individuals with a multitude of musculoskeletal disorders arising from various conditions and situations through the practice of osteopathy.