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I have been receiving treatment
from Mamta for several years.
She has kept me in good working
order over those years and I've
always felt much better after
treatment and that has allowed
me to continue with my busy
lifestyle.

Anne Chamberlain Walsall

DID YOU KNOW?

Osteopaths are skilled at discovering
underlying causes of pain. Trained to
have a thorough understanding of
anatomy and physiology, we use our
hands to investigate and treat injuries
to the ligaments, muscles and joints.

Poor posture can contribute to daily
aches and pains whether you lift
heavy loads, sit at the computer
incorrectly or drive for long periods.

Great Barr Osteopaths can advise on
correct posture and movement and can
give instruction on back care and
preventative exercises.

PROVIDING OSTEOPATHIC CARE IN GREAT BARR

Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person's muscles and joints.

Osteopathy uses an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment that lays its main emphasis on the structural integrity of the body. The wellbeing of an individual depends on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue working in harmony.

This therapy can be used to treat a variety of ailments and conditions including arthritic pain, asthma, dizziness, carpal tunnel syndrome, menstrual pain, headaches, sciatica and many others.

It is distinctive in the fact that it recognises much of the pain and disability that we suffer from, stems from abnormalities in the function of the body structure as well as damage caused to it by diseases.

As osteopaths, we use many of the diagnostic procedures involved in conventional medical assessment and diagnosis.

At Great Barr Osteopaths, we assess our patients from a mechanical, functional and postural standpoint. Our manual methods of treatment will be applied to suit the needs of each individual patient.

Our patients come from all walks of life - athletes, office workers and home makers, elderly people and babies.

TREATMENTS TO EASE YOUR PAIN

Promoting Excellence in Osteopathic Care

Great Barr Osteopaths have a rich 20 year history of providing Osteopathy in Great Barr. For the treatment of back aches and pain, arthritic pain, neck pain and much more.

Osteopathy can be used to detect, treat and even prevent health problems by using gentle manipulations, stretching, mobilisations and massage of both your joints and muscles.

Great Barr Osteopaths can help with treating a multitude of problems related to your joints, muscles, ligaments and other soft tissue.

DID YOU KNOW?

Back pain is very common; according to a survey published in 2000 almost half the adult population of the UK (49%) report low back pain lasting for at least 24 hours at some time in the year.

CAN SEEING AN OSTEOPATH HELP ME?

Common problems an Osteopath can help treat

Our treatments are suitable for people of all ages. When treating children or elderly patients, we employ gentle releasing techniques.

Using the sense of our trained touch - we can identify and correct mechanical disturbances and limitations around the skull and throughout the body.

We have also had success treating the following:

Aches and Pains
Back pain
Fibrositis
Inability to relax
Lumbago
Muscle spasms
Period pain
Spasms

Arthritic pain
Constipation
Frozen shoulder
Irritable bowel syndrome
Menstrual pain
Muscle tension
Rheumatic pain
Tension

Asthma
Cramp
Glue ear
Joint pains
Minor circulatory problems
Neck pain
Rheumatism
Backache

Digestion problems
Headaches
Local circulatory problems
Minor sports injuries
Neuralgia
Sciatica

BOOK AN APPOINTMENT TODAY

0121 357 9078

WHO WE ARE

A little bit about us...

Mamta Narayan, D.O.

Principal Osteopath

Mamta Narayan graduated in 1990 from the British School Of Osteopathy.

Mamta is a highly experienced registered Osteopath with a vast 20 years experience in treating patients from all walks of life and ages in Great Barr and Birmingham.

Mamta

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