The Aston clinic has been opened since 1953 and we are a well established clinic specialising on
What can osteopathy help?
• Sports injuries
• Lower Neck and back pain
• Knee pain
• Frozen shoulder
• Headaches and migraines
• Joint pains
• Disc injuries including Sciatica
• Arthritic/Rheumatic Pain
• Muscle Spasms/Cramps
• Circulatory Problems
Many people come for acupuncture for help with specific symptoms or to relieve pain. Some use acupuncture because they feel generally unwell, but have no obvious diagnosis.
Some common symptoms we help treat;
Roator cuff injuries
Sports deep tissue massage
A slightly deeper treatment involves varying degrees of pressure and stretching movements. This helps to ease stiff joints and reduce muscular tension or relieve pain for an existing sports injury.
A gentle massage technique called 'lymphatic drainage' greatly improves the circulation of blood and lymph. It works as a detox aiding the general health of the tissues and enhancing the removal of waste products.
Nutrition therapy can aid before during and after a major sporting event, our therapist have extensive experience in supporting people for events such as marathon, triathlon, rugby, football training, nutrition advice for recovery from an injury, we can also provide body composition Analysis, blood pressure assessment, Rest metabolic rate, health status and physical activity analysis.
Karen Schafer our registered Osteopath, with over 10 years experience, she has an excellent track record of successfully diagnosing, treating and advising many clients on back, neck and shoulder, knee pain, and sport and work related injuries, arthritic pain, joint pain and sciatica.
Carol specialises in sport and deep tissue massage and Indian head massage. This massage focuses on the deeper layers of tissue needed to release chronic pain. Massage can help with the following shoulder pain, back pain, sciatica, injury by gently removing toxins and flushing out lactic acid. It can speed the lymphatic drainage system and stimulates blood circulation. Carol treats a lot of patients before and after major sporting events.
Catherine Adelaja is our local sports Acupuncturist. I graduated in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine at The London Academy of Oriental medicine in 1997. One of her many speciality is sport injury, and the most common are lower limb, particularly the ankle, knee, patellofermoral pain syndrome, sporting injuries to shoulder, elbow, wrist, foot and groin. The aims of acupuncture therapy are to relieve pain, control inflammation, hasten resolution of a haematoma, and accelerate repair. Also, there should be restoration of function and recovery of muscle power.
Mrs Liz Xerri works at Aston Clinic.
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