How Osteopathy can help
with neck pain

There are many reasons why you may develop neck pain. It can be uncomfortable to live with if left untreated and can cause stiffness, tension, headaches and migraines. Osteopathy involves the use of gentle hands on treatment which includes massage, soft tissue stretching and gentle release techniques to help relieve pain, reduce swelling and improve mobility.

Pain in any area of the body can affect your way of life, especially if it becomes a persistent problem. If you feel that you have tried a number of pain relief methods and none have helped, or you are looking for an effective way to relieve your neck pain then osteopathy could be the answer for you.

Neck pain can be caused by many factors such as:

  • Driving long distances
  • Sitting at a computer
  • Poor posture
  • Bad sleeping position
  • Stress and tiredness
  • Accidents or sports injuries

Here at Solihull Osteopathic Practice we tailor our treatments to suit you. Our osteopaths will take details of your general health and medical history, helping them to determine the best course of treatment for you. Osteopathy is a hands on treatment. Our osteopaths have a highly developed sense of touch and use their hands to locate and identify the exact cause of pain or injury and will provide the best possible treatment plan to help you recover.

Osteopathy is a safe and effective treatment to relieve pain and help the body recover for injury. The techniques are not painful and osteopathy is safe for all ages.

Our osteopaths Jeremy James, Stephanie Lees, Joe Marshall, Francesco Capua and Tessa Clout have a wealth of experience treating neck pain. All our osteopaths completed a 4 or 6 year degree in Osteopathy and are registered with the General Osteopathic Council.

If you have been experiencing neck pain and would like to find out how osteopathy can help, or you would like to make an appointment to see one of our osteopaths please telephone Solihull Osteopathic Practice on 0121 705 4499.

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