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 - Sarah Bodigian-Sharpe
Sarah's interest in osteopathy began in childhood after observing her aunt in her osteopathic practice. Following school she studied for a degree in Psychology and Drama and graduated with a BA(Hons) in 1989. After taking some time to travel the world she studied at the British School of Osteopathy in London where she graduated with a BSc(Hons) Osteopathy in 1997.
Sarah treat's people of all ages and has gained a wealth of experience in treating children and pregnant women from working at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London. She also uses both a structural and cranial techniques.