The clinic has been closed since the lockdown for face to face appointments.
I am still available for appointments on video or phone. If you have a new problem or would like advice about an existing one please just get in touch.
I am also offering (by donation) ergonomic advice about working from home. This includes postural advice, exercises and stretching So if you are struggling to get comfortable with your new working situation drop me a message.
“…what harmonic osteopathy does instantly is to reintroduce you to your body, to why it does what it does, and to why it feels the way it does..."
Hi and welcome to the harmonic clinics web site. You are probably here because you have searched google for:
I can help with any one of those. Click on the links below or in the menu bar to let me show you how.
Office related pain
I can provide solutions and treatment for office related pain and injury. Sitting still for hours can create a great strain on your body. I can correct these strains and advise how to minimise them in the future.
Movement related pain
Whether this is an acute injury or a chronic repetitive strain or if you are struggling in yoga, I can provide treatment, management and prevention of movement related injuries and dysfunctions.
It is easy to make work less effort, you just need to know how.
I provide prevention or treatment options for groups or individuals that exceed the HSE recommendations to be actually effective.
Why I can be different
The evidence for the treatment of non-specific pain is limited.
HSE guidelines are not making a difference to employees experiencing pain at work.
The benefit of not being part of the established health care system is we can adapt the guidelines and evidence to be actually effective.
All osteopaths study for four or five years for an undergraduate degree. This is similar to a medical degree but with more emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletal medicine. Therefore Osteopaths are trained to diagnose your problem and then decide which is the best treatment to help it.
By law, osteopaths must register with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). It is an offence for anyone to call themselves an osteopath if they are not registered. The British Medical Association’s guidance for general practitioners states that doctors can safely refer patients to osteopaths.
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