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PAKENHAM OSTEOPATHY NEAR BEACONSFIELD

Beaconsfield Osteopathy

Our clinic near Beaconsfield may help treat your pain and discomfort or help rehabilitate your injuries. Our osteopaths have specialist training in various techniques and treatment options to understand how different areas of the body may be contributing to your causes of pain.

Our nearby clinic in Beaconsfield has a growing team of professional, supportive and approachable osteopaths dedicated to providing you with the highest standard of care and treatment. We take the time to listen and understand your concerns, then test and diagnose so we can identify and treat the underlying cause of your condition. We can help you refocus on your health by tailoring treatments specifically for you so that you can get back to doing what you love.

Below are some of the services we regularly provide our clients from Beaconsfield.

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Osteopathy is a drug free treatment that aims to enhance the musculoskeletal framework. Osteopaths don’t just treat the ‘problem’ area; we also assess seemingly unrelated areas which often can be causing or at least contributing to pain.

Throughout your appointment sessions at our osteopathy clinic near Beaconsfield, everything is explained in simple terms. Our osteopaths will provide you with a deeper understanding of what is causing your pain, what you can do about it, and what your recovery plan will look like.

Our osteopaths near Beaconsfield can help keep your health in balance. We may help with a range of conditions whilst also decreasing the likelihood of future recurrence of pain. With each treatment, we strive to see better results each time. Experience better movement and quality of life at Pakenham Osteopathy, near Beaconsfield and surrounding areas.

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OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENTS MAY HELP WITH

  • Tight, sore, stiff muscles 
  • Pain management
  • Back pain / Back injury
  • Low Back pain / Low Back injury
  • Neck pain / Neck injury
  • Shoulder pain / Shoulder injury
  • Arm pain / Arm injury
  • Elbow pain / Elbow injury
  • Wrist pain / Wrist injury
  • Hand pain / Hand injury
  • Leg pain / Leg injury
  • Hip pain / Hip injury
  • Knee pain / Knee injury
  • Ankle pain / Ankle injury
  • Foot pain / Foot injury
  • Headache/migraine
  • Sciatica
  • Nerve Pain
  • Wry neck 
  • Frozen shoulder 
  • Tennis elbow 
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Muscle spasms
  • Muscle impingement 
  • Ligament sprain / strain / tear
  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Epicondylitis
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Motor vehicle accident 
  • Whiplash
  • Workplace injury 
  • Sport injuries
  • Sports performance
  • Repetitive stress injury (RSI)
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome 
  • Joint pain 
  • Arthritis 
  • Osteoarthritis / Osteoporosis
  • Post-surgery rehab
  • Knee reconstruction 
  • Hip replacement 
  • Injury rehabilitation
  • Pregnancy related pain
  • Spinal conditions
  • Kyphosis  
  • Scoliosis 
  • Lordosis
  • Degeneration  
  • Bulged discs
  • Herniated discs 
  • Prolapsed discs 
  • Fractured vertebrae 
  • Spinal myelopathy
  • Ergonomics
  • Posture
  • Functional strength
  • Increase Flexibility
  • Improve movement

BEACONSFIELD OSTEOPATHY TREATMENT

Osteopaths employ a variety of techniques to help your body recover more quickly, including soft tissue massage, joint articulation and mobilisation, as well as stretching. This might aid in the reduction of pain and the enhancement of joint and muscle function. This may be a useful technique for reducing pain.

We provide dry needling and shockwave therapy to our patients to help them manage arthritis, hip, knee, back, neck, and shoulder pain as well as nerve discomfort that might get in the way of living your best life. They are both non-surgical and drug-free treatments for pain relief.

Osteopathic treatments may help with a variety of health issues including headaches, migraines, and strain or injury-related tightness in the body. It can also assist women who are pregnant through aches and pains and sport or vehicle accidents.

Pakenham Osteopathy provides a variety of treatments to assist you in improving and maintaining your health. Our services include osteopathy, dry needling, and shockwave therapy. Minor as well as more serious health problems can be alleviated by our treatment methods, which might result in discomfort relief for both minor and major ailments. 

Call us now for an appointment because our friendly team is always here to answer any questions, and we are a team of highly qualified and licensed health professionals who can be trusted to provide you with solutions. You can rest assured that you will receive the greatest treatment possible as we work together to discover the ideal solution for your requirements. Make a reservation by calling 5941 4157, our courteous staff is always ready to help.

Osteopathy FAQs

Our clinic is conveniently located nearby to Beaconsfield. If you’re looking for a local osteopathy clinic that provides a superior VIP level of treatment and service, come and have a chat with our friendly osteopaths at Pakenham Osteopathy today!

At Pakenham Osteopathy everyone is treated like a very important person (VIP!) because we genuinely care about your health and happiness. We strive to get results where others have failed by matching you with an Osteopath experienced in treating your condition, giving you valuable information about your condition and providing a personalised recovery plan. To experience the difference for yourself, come and book a consultation with us today.

Whilst we don’t offer home visits in Beaconsfield, we are always happy to have a chat over the phone before you make an appointment so you can be sure that we’re going to be the right fit for you, before you commit to coming to the clinic.

Whilst we don’t offer virtual consultations we are always happy to chat to you over the phone prior to you making an appointment.  We’d rather you we were 100% sure that Pakenham Osteopathy is the place for you and your condition before you come in. So reach out to our reception staff who will request one of the Osteopaths give you a call back at a time convenient for you.

A good osteopath should have the right qualifications and years of experience treating a range of body aches, pains, and injuries. Above all, the right osteopath should be able to tailor a personalised treatment plan for you, based on your injuries, concerns, and unique situation. At Pakenham Osteopathy, we do all of the above plus so much more. We make sure you feel right at ease from the moment you step into our clinic, and ensure all your questions and worries are

For your first consultation, you should bring any x-rays, reports and test results that you believe would be relevant to your practitioner or osteopath in diagnosing your complaint. But if you forget, don’t worry. We can always review these at a later date. Just let your osteopath know.

Naturally, it’s important to wear clothes that you’re comfortable in. However, you may be asked to take certain items of clothing off (e.g. tops or pants) to make it easier for the osteopath to assess your complaint. If you are uncomfortable with removing any item, we can always work around this.

All our osteopaths are properly trained and qualified to assess your needs as they have completed and acquired their Masters of Health Science (Osteopathy). They’ve also helped many locals in Berwick and Beaconsfield as we have been operating for over 15 years.  Collectively we have around 50 years of clinic experience.

Everybody is different, which means the frequency of your sessions and recommended treatment plan will differ too. At Pakenham Osteopathy, on the very first consultation our friendly osteopaths will be able to outline how often you should come in for your treatment sessions. Sometimes you may need to see your osteopath twice weekly for acute conditions, or just a few visits for low grade injuries – it really depends on your symptoms and how frequently they need to be monitored.

Before you choose your osteopath, you need to research! This is a very important step as you will gain an understanding of the osteopaths in your area and who is credible as well as trustworthy. A good way to start is by reading reviews and getting an initial consultation to see how comfortable you feel with them. You should also check whether your osteopath is registered with the Osteopathy Board of Australia to confirm they are still practicing.

You may be required to rest for a few days after treatment if you’re sore. Your osteopath will advise you whether you need to take it easy or Your osteopath will also advise you about returning to work, sport or daily activities.

Osteopathy relies on treating your muscles and joints through manual , hands on techniques like massage, joint articulation, mobilisation and stretching to name just a few. These allow your body to heal rapidly without you having to rely on medication.

Whilst some patients may experience relief as soon as your first session with the osteopath, others may experience soreness for a couple of days after the first appointment. It depends on your body, which is why we tailor our sessions according to your specific needs and concerns.

It’s not unusual to feel pain or soreness after your session and some patients may experience discomfort for a few days too. Sometimes it can get worse before things get better. However, your osteopath will assist with your recovery with you so you’re fully informed of the process.

When delivered properly, osteopathy should alleviate and not worsen your condition. This is why it’s incredibly important to get osteopathy treatment from reliable, credible, and professional osteopaths. At Pakenham Osteopathy, we are sure you’ll experience a high level of client care and treatment all throughout your consultations and sessions.

It is not common to feel sick after an Osteopathy consultation, so please reach out to your osteopath if this happens.  After your initial consultation, your Osteopath will provide you with their individual email address.  If you experience any unexpected side effects, you should contact them straight away.

Osteopathy addresses injuries and discomfort throughout the whole body as opposed to one area like in physiotherapy, however both can work well hand in hand to provide better and more effective results.

Whilst we wouldn’t recommend smashing out a gym session or pounding the pavement for hours, we believe that movement is a great way for the body to recover.  This could include a light swim or an easy paced walk.  We may also recommend specific exercises or stretches depending on your complaint.

Dr Shane Peace
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