Helping Singapore Residents Live Life to the Fullest with Osteopathy

The practice of osteopathy is centred around the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of disorders and conditions relating to the musculoskeletal system, in addition to how they are linked to the body’s health as a whole and the general wellbeing of the patient.

By combining conventional medical assessment and diagnosis with a focus on the inherent healing functions of the body, osteopathy aims to avoid the use of medication or surgical procedures.  Where possible by helping the body repair damage naturally, practitioners aim to help the musculoskeletal system regain strength to treat current conditions and to prevent issues in the future.

Osteopathy Focuses on You as an Individual for the Most Effective Results

The patient-centred philosophy of osteopathic care addressing the problem at its core rather than simply treating symptoms. When you visit our osteopathy clinic in Singapore for treatment, your individual circumstances and medical history will be taken into account to ensure you get exactly the care you need to be restored to full function.

Because osteopaths are trained in a variety of hands-on treatments they commonly address a broad range of conditions, including:

  • Headaches and migraines
  • Back and neck pain
  • Sports injuries (includes rehabilitation)
  • Postural problems
  • Muscle and joint deterioration

It can also be used as a more general approach in areas such as:

  • Paediatric care for children from birth into adulthood
  • Pregnancy related health and well-being
  • Visceral complaints including digestion problems
  • Breathing dysfunctions (such as asthma, COPD, coughing, sighing, wheezing, breathlessness,sleep apnea); poor blood circulation; reflux; constipation; and sexual dysfunctions.

Make an Appointment with our Osteopathic Clinic today

To request a booking or to make an enquiry of any kind, get in touch with our friendly team to help you organise a consultation based on your needs.

For more detailed information on osteopathy in Singapore, please also refer our FAQ section.

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