Lisa Ives Osteopathy
Based in the beautiful rural setting of Hungerford, Lisa Ives Osteopathy is not just about backs and necks.
From toes to fingers, knees and ankles to wrists, shoulders and elbows, we are trained to treat the whole body.
Musculoskeletal problems are common, often painful and debilitating. It is natural to worry about your symptoms, and your osteopath will always discuss your concerns as part of a routine examination, also your treatment options.
Soreness often resolves quickly by itself, but occasionally it may persist for more than a few days or make it difficult for you to continue your normal activities. In these instances you may want to seek some advice from an osteopath.
Western medical acupuncture is principally used by conventional healthcare practitioners, and is mainly used to treat musculoskeletal pain, including myofascial trigger point pain. It is also effective for postoperative pain and nausea.
Therapeutic ultrasound is a relatively low intensity technique that uses high-frequency sound waves (ultrasonic). It has a therapeutic effect on the overall soft tissue tensegral structure encapsulating joint injuries.
What we treat
The following lists some of the more common conditions that osteopaths treat. It is by no means complete and if you are not sure if osteopathy can help you, please call us. We’ll be more than happy to discuss your symptoms and advise you on whether osteopathy is suitable for your particular problem.
- Acute and Chronic Back Pain
- Tennis Elbow
- Sports Injuries
- Disc Injuries
- Muscle Spasms
- Pregnancy Related Pain
- Whiplash Associated Disorders
- Postural problems
Who do we treat?
Osteopathic patients include the young, older people, manual workers, office professionals, pregnant women, children and an array of sports people from the amateur just starting out, through to elite athletes wishing to stay at the top of their game.