Patients will typically see an osteopath when they are feeling restricted in their movement, they are experiencing pain/discomfort or wish to remain balanced and feel the benefit of regular adjustments (or a combination of all three).
An Osteopath can also help prevent problems by pinpointing potential sources of pain before they develop further. Osteopaths are used to seeing people with pain in a wide variety of areas, and in some cases treatment can be focused away from the problem area as it may be that the underlying cause is located at a different point on the body.
This helps to treat the underlying cause as well as the presenting symptoms.
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Osteopath in Littlehampton - Nigel Jones
Nigel is our resident Osteopath and has been practising since 1989. Nigel's techniques are varied and include long lever techniques, soft tissue and paraspinal inhibition, Osteopathic centres, Lymphatic / venous drainage work and Neurodynamic work.
Nigel can also help patients suffering from Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, often using the Epley Manoeuvre.
In his free time, Nigel enjoys walking the dogs, going to gallery's and museums, reading books and practising meditation. To keep fit Nigel enjoys swimming, running and cycling.
Nigel is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, Registration No 2047.