Located near Officer we help treat pain that may be affecting your health and well-being, along with providing postural advice and much, much more. Below are some of the services we regularly provide our clients.
Osteopathy is a treatment that strengthens and improves the musculoskeletal framework. This approach doesn’t just focus on providing relief to the affected area but considers the body as a whole. Often pain can originate from a seemingly unrelated area and we take this into consideration when assessing you.
Delivering osteopathy near Officer we take a whole body approach to health care. This may help to treat a number of conditions including headaches and neck pain and may provide relief to strain injuries.
Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical approach to treating painful musculoskeletal conditions. This method is used widely in the fields of cardiology, urology, orthopaedics, and physical therapy. The shock waves generated are quick pulses, similar to sounds waves, that are transmitted through the skin.
Shockwave Therapy near Officer is generally used to assist with pain relief and may treat a range of tendon, muscle, and joint conditions. Our therapists can use this cutting edge technology to assist you. Get in touch today to find out how.
This technique is also known as myofascial trigger point dry needling and utilises solid filiform needles, the same kind used in acupuncture. Dry needling near Officer may help with various muscle, tendon and ligament injury presentations. The needle is inserted through the skin in the affected area and may help to promote a local tissue response.
We take the time to listen and understand, then test and diagnose to treat the underlying cause of your condition by easing pain, restoring movement and improving body function.
For more information on the treatments above, give Pakenham Osteopathy a call at 5941 4157 to book in a consultation with our friendly team.
Monday 8:15am – 7:15pm
Tuesday 8:15am – 7:15pm
Wednesday 8:15am – 7:15pm
Thursday 8:15am – 7:15pm
Friday 8:15am – 7:15pm
Saturday 8:00am – 1:30pm