Charlotte Conway is the owner and provides Osteopathy along with Ian Bisson for the whole community.
The clinic is situated in the middle of St Peter Port and is a very welcoming and relaxed clinic. We offer longer than average appointments as we like to ensure treatment is tailored specifically to the individual patients needs. This means we spend more time getting a detailed case history and getting to know our patients. We also offer multiple treatments methods to ensure we get you feeling better as soon as possible! Treatment often consists of a combination of the following methods: Osteopathic manipulation, articulation, soft tissue work, muscle energy techniques, Acupuncture, sports massage (deep tissue), and functional rehabilitation.
ReBalance is easy to find – come into the Commercial Arcade and head towards Dix-Neuf Cafe. The clinic is on the first floor, above the old Jack Wills store, next door to Toni and Guy. Simply come along 5 mins before your appointment, press the buzzer marked “Rebalance” and we will buzz you in!
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is an established system of diagnosis and hands on treatment in which a caring approach to the patient and attention to individual needs are of primary importance. In particular, it is concerned with the inter-relationship between the structure of the body – its muscles, ligaments and joints – and the manner in which the body functions. Osteopathy is a means of detecting and treating damaged parts of the body including those affecting the neuro-musculoskeletal systems. Your Osteopath may in some cases include some active neuro-muscular rehabilitation exercises in session or as part of a treatment plan carried out between sessions.
Osteopathy treats a wide range of problems related to muscles, joints, ligaments and other soft tissues. Most people who see an osteopath do so for help with back pain, neck pain, joint pain, muscle pain and other sports injuries.
What is Medical Dry needling?
Dry needling is a treatment performed by skilled, trained physical therapists, certified in the procedure. A thin monofilament needle penetrates the skin and treats underlying muscular trigger points for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.
What is Neuromuscular and Functional Movement Rehabilitation?
Neuromuscular rehabilitation consists of evaluation and treatment of conditions related to the neurological system; brain, nerves, and spinal cord. … Our physical therapists will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan to manage the physical, emotional, and behavioural changes that you may experience.
Neuromuscular training focuses on performing exercises that train the nerves and muscles to react and communicate. Neuromuscular training programs are designed to both increase the strength of a joint and increase the individual’s awareness of proper movement, balance and technique.
To book in with us, please select a service on our booking page, message us via e-mail or call us directly.