Conditions

The Advertising Standard Agency (ASA) has recently published a list of the conditions Osteopaths are allowed to advertise they can ‘treat’. This is, as you will see, actually a really broad definition of the scope of what Osteopaths can treat, and not in any way a restrictive definition. Also please bear in mind here that here at Euphoria Osteopaths, we treat real people and not merely medical conditions. The ASA list gives us an opportunity to talk about how fantastic osteopathy is, and how it can help most people suffering with not only musculo-skeletal problems but a wide range of ailments. Read below for more information on pain relief through understanding the causes backpain relief at Euphoria Osteopaths.

Sciatica

Sciatica This is a very common diagnosis, a lot of patients seek osteopathic treatment complaining of suffering from sciatica, but in fact

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Rheumatic Pain

Rheumatic Pain // Rheumatism This is a very loose medical term referring to the ‘problems affecting Joints and Connective Tissue’. Osteopathy is

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Frozen Shoulder​

Frozen Shoulder Osteopaths are musculo-skeletal specialists and should go through a very thorough examination after their history taking. Frozen shoulder is the

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Back Pain

Back Pain & Lumbago This is the most common complaint that osteopaths deal with in their everyday practice. Thanks to our thorough

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Tension

Tension and Inability to Relax At Euphoria we treat you, the person. And just the fact that the ASA allow us to

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Cramps

Cramps There are numerous reasons for people to suffer from cramps, but the main reason is fatigue after exercising. Build up of

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Arthritic Pain

Arthritic Pain A lot of patients seek osteopathic treatment regarding ‘wear and tear’ related aches and pains. Osteopathic treatment has a good

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Circulatory Problems

Circulatory Problems Q & A Video about Circulatory Problems Circulatory Problems, Local or Minor (c.f. Poor Circulation): THE main Osteopathic principle is

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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (Fibrosis) Q & A Video about Fibromyalgia (Fibrosis) This literally means ‘muscle and connective tissue pain’. It is a complex disorder

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Spasms

Spasms “A sudden involuntary muscular contraction or convulsive movement.”Also covered is Muscular Tension and Muscular Spasms. Sports Injuries, Minor ones: As you

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