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Visceral Osteopathy

gut problems IBSOsteopathy during pregnancyVisceral osteopathy techniques work to improve the circulation and lymphatic drainage of the organs of the body. Often providing a positive outcome with ease of symptoms and improved quality of life.

Normal physical activities require a degree of movement of the organs within the body framework. When the relationship between the musculoskeletal system and the internal organs is compromised then problems can ensue.

treatment of childrenDisease, injury or operations can cause adhesions in the fascia (connective tissue) that surround and support the lungs, heart, digestive tract and reproductive organs.

For example, an uncomplicated rib injury may lead to breathing difficulty, which in turn may compromise the capacity of the lungs and eventually lead to ill health. In such a case the osteopath will work with the muscles and joints of the ribcage and try to restore normal motion but also work to release any adhesions and restore balance.


“From my very first appointment I knew that I was in safe hands.

My recovery was always going to be long, but with the help of Jane Easty that recovery changed from being an endurance of pain to a journey back to good health.

The positive difference made to my life has been profound.”


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