If you are motivated to resolve pain, overcome injury, optimize movement or maximize performance this osteopath just 10 minutes from Surrey is exactly what you’ve been searching for. Apex offers a truly innovative healthcare experience and strives to resolve the root cause of your problem instead of simply masking symptoms. A thorough assessment of your medical history, lifestyle, current complaints, functional movement and posture informs a treatment plan that will involve manual therapy and a curated corrective exercise program. Most extended health providers cover osteopathy so check your plan for details and experience an osteopath just a stone’s throw from Surrey!
Practitioners trained in manual osteopathy evaluate and address the musculoskeletal, neurological, visceral, circulatory and cranial systems. An extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics allows the practitioner to find impairments in the body that can be treated to restore optimal function in the body. Assessment involves the entire body and fascinating links between different body regions and systems are typically discovered which explain why treating the site of pain has not been successful. For example, discovering that an old liver infection is the cause of your frozen shoulder; that an old surgical scar in the abdomen is the cause of neck pain and limited mobility; that inflamed tissues and altered blood flow in the upper back following a car accident is responsible for recurrent migraines; that an unstable ankle following a sprain is the cause of your hip pain and tightness. If you live in Surrey and you’ve never seen an osteopath, give yourself the gift of health and book an appointment today.
Some of the most common complaints that people may consult an osteopathic practitioner for are:
Low back pain
Motor vehicle accident whiplash injuries
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Degenerative joint disease (arthritis)
Golfer’s elbow / Tennis elbow
TMJ disorder (jaw pain)
Pain during pregnancy and post-partum care
Sprains and strains
Headaches and migraines
Pre and post-surgical rehab