Many of us suffer with aches and pains, sometimes all the time, yet we believe that this is normal. The odd niggle here and there, slowly stopping us doing the things we love; as we can no longer bend to touch our toes, can’t go down onto the floor to play with grandchildren because we can’t get back up again, find reversing the car difficult as we can’t turn our head fully, the list goes on.
If you have done an activity that you don’t normally do – such as gardening, DIY, walking, exercise – you may be stiff and sore for 24-48 hours afterwards. This is normal. You have used muscles and soft tissues that you don’t normally use, and this is the natural recovery period. If you have symptoms longer than this, then we recommend that you get it checked out.
Our patients are always surprised at what we find, the different tensions in the body and what parts are no longer working as well as they might. And even more amazed at how much better they feel after a treatment.
If this is you, don’t delay and call us today to find out how we can help.
What to do now ……
If you’ve come to this website looking for help, then don’t in silence suffer any longer.
Contact us immediately on 01462 811006 for a consultation and let’s assess your condition.
At the assessment, we’ll take some details from you and build your case history. We’ll discuss why you’ve come to see us and where you have any aches and pains. Then we’ll examine you with the aim of giving you the appropriate treatment.
This will take a little while to complete, but it’s a necessary part of the ethical guidelines we work to. The guidelines are there to make sure everything is done professionally and to a high standard of patient care. I’m sure you agree that’s a good thing!
If you have any questions about what we do and how we do it, call us on 01462 811006 or use the contact form below – and we’ll be happy to help.
Here at Shefford Osteopathic Clinic we can treat a wide range of conditions. Select a green link from the list below to find out more.
- Arthritic Pain
- Circulatory Problems
- Digestion Problems
- Elbow Pain / Tennis Elbow
- Frozen Shoulder
- General Aches & Pains
- Hip Pain
- Inability to Relax
- Joint Pain
- Knee Pain
- Lumbago / Lower Back Pain
- Minor Sports Injuries
- Muscle Cramps
- Muscle Spasms
- Neck Pain
- Rheumatic Pain