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What The Different Alert Levels Mean For Your Treatment Alert Levels 3 and 4 Osteopaths, along with Physiotherapists and Chiropractors, are part of the NZ

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Muscles Spasms

If muscles are continuously over-used, they get tighter and tighter, and can occasionally go into a spasm. Muscle spasms can be very intense, and come

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Sprains & Strains

Sprains and strains are very common issues that osteopaths treat. The word ‘sprain’ refers to an injury to the tendons or ligaments, and ‘strain’ is

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Elbow Pain

When we think of elbow pain, the one commonly occurring problem is tennis elbow. (Most people who suffer from this have never even played tennis!)

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Foot & Ankle Pain

The foot and ankle are made up of many small bones, all connected by a web of ligaments, muscles and tendons. These all need to

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Hip & Knee Pain

Hip and knee pains are quite common, and there are a number of causes that can be helped with osteopathy. Pain can come from tight,

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Sports Injuries

Sports injuries can happen for a number of reasons including direct trauma from a tackle or mid-game collision, failing to warm up properly, going too

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Shoulder pain

The ‘Rotator cuff’ muscles are the most common part of the shoulder to be injured, but there are other causes of shoulder pain too. These

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Headaches & Migraines

There are many causes of headaches, but most of them are not serious. One very common cause of headaches is the neck. Tension or stress

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Postural Issues

Daily aches and pains in your neck, shoulders and lower back can be caused by poor posture. It can affect you in your workplace and

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‘Sciatica’ & Leg Pain

‘Sciatica’ means pain coming from irritation of the Sciatic nerve – the thickest nerve in your body. It radiates into the buttock, outer hip, thigh,

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Neck Pain

Neck pain is very common, and not very nice to experience. It affects people of all ages, and is often caused by the way we

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Back Pain

The spine itself is very strong, supported by solid ligaments and muscles, and surprisingly difficult to damage. However, it is much easier to strain the

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