Osteopathy with Marc Deora DO
His training included a four year full time course at the European School of Osteopathy in Maidstone, Kent, and enjoys an excellent, world-wide reputation.
On completing his training in 1989, Marc worked for several years at different clinics in the south of England and also at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London where he developed his skills in Paediatrics Osteopathy.
In July 1993, his vision was realised when he opened the Osteopathic Centre for Family & Children in Cambridge.
Osteopathy is the science of Human mechanics which explores the relationship between body structures and their function
Osteopathy is, in brief, the science of human mechanics and is a natural therapy. It is a manual medicine based on the relationship between the structure and function of the human body.
Osteopaths are like car mechanics, in that they rebalance and fine tune the body, so that it lasts longer and runs more efficiently.
The basic principles of Osteopathy are:
The body has an inherent ability to maintain itself in a state of health
Structure governs function – i.e. if an area of the body is not structurally sound, it cannot function normally
An area of the body receiving poor blood supply is liable to develop disease
Osteopathy is aimed at treating the whole person, however certain conditions as listed below may particularly benefit from this treatment:
- Back pain and persistent or chronic pain anywhere in the body
- Neck Pain
- Frozen Shoulder
- Spinal Curvatures
- Falls and accidental injuries
- Gynaecological problems
- Digestive problems
- Period pains
- Problems/pains during and after pregnancy
- Post viral syndrome
- Glandular Fever
- Treatments will vary according to the patient and the symptoms
Appointments available on Tuesdays with Marc
Adult session [aged 16 and above] £48.00
Child aged between 10 and 15+ £40.00
Children up to the age of 9+ £37.00
The Bury Natural Health Centre: 01284 760020
For more indepth information on osteopathy visit: http://www.osteopathy.org
For more indepth information on cranial osteopathy visit:http://www.cranial.org.uk