How We Treat | Glasgow City Osteopaths
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How We Treat

Natural Healthcare at its best

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a gentle manual therapy used to stretch, mobilise, reposition, balance and get you pain free and back to full health quickly.

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Home Exercise Programs

We are trained to identify weakness and muscle imbalance in your body.  We will tailor a home exercise programme to help you to correct these issues through movement and exercise.

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Osteopathy for Children

Infant and Childhood development unfolds rapidly. Early identification of problems on a physical level are very important during this phase.

Detection and treatment can offer immediate pain relief but also prevent unwanted problems in the future.

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Cranial Osteopathy?

Cranial osteopathy is the understanding that the central nervous system, brain and spinal cord  has subtle, rhythmic pulsations that are vital your health.   As skilled practitioners we can detect and stimulate healing using gentle hand pressure to manipulate your skull, skeleton and connective tissues.

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Osteopathy & Pregnancy

The position of the growing baby, hormonal softening of ligaments, changes in posture and weight increase all put additional pressure on your spine and pelvis.

We are here to help reduce back, hip and leg pain as well as assist to prepare you body for labour and delivery.

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SCIO Stress Therapy

‘SCIO’ stands for Scientific  Consciousness interface  operations system and is a gently, non-invasive therapy that reduces your physical and mental stress to help improve your quality of life.

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MILTA Therapy

MILTA stands for ‘Magnetic Infra Red Laser Treatment’ and is an established therapy to reduce pain and improve healing times. Originally developed by the space programme in the 1970’s.

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