“In recent studies a strong relationship has been observed between tinnitus and trigger points” (Rocha and Sanchez, 2007, 2008, 2012) Tinnitus is a sensation of noise in the ears or head when no such external physical noise is present. It may be a buzzing, ringing, roaring, whistling or hissing sound. The noises vary in volume, pitch and frequency (continuous or intermittent) as well as their localization, and can occur on one or both sides.
Osteopathy is most commonly known for assisting in the treatment of ‘bad backs’, however, it is much broader than this and can help with a wide range of conditions including those such as arthritis and sciatica. At Osteopathy Cape Town we offer a holistic approach to assist in many conditions. Please visit our contact page for details and directions to our clinic. The Following Conditions May All Benefit From Osteopathic Treatment: Ankle Sprain Arthritis Autonomic Nervous System Calf Strain Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Circulation Constipation Costochondritis - Tietze’s syndrome - Musculoskeletal chest pain Disc Prolapse (Lumbar) Dizziness (of spinal origin) Emotional Tension Fatigue or low energy Fibromyalgia Forward Head Posture Frozen Shoulder Groin Strain/Injury Headaches Heel Pain Hip Bursitis Hip Pain Iliotibial band syndrome Infertility Influenza or Flu Jaw Pain Knee Pain Low Back Pain Migraines Muscle Imbalance Neck Pain Plantar Fasciitis Pregnancy & Back Pain Psoas Pain & Dysfunction Repetitive Strain Rotator Cuff Syndrome Patella Femoral Syndrome Sacroiliac Joint Pain Sciatica Scoliosis Shin Splints Shoulder Pain Sinusitis Spinal Misalignment Sports Injuries Tennis Elbow Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Tinnitus Whiplash View a list of common complains that Osteopathy can assist with Discovery the benefits of Osteopathy What is Osteopathy?
How Paediatric Osteopathy Can Help Babies ADHD Asthma Behavioural problems and learning difficulties Colic and wind Crying, screaming, irritability Ear infections Feeding difficulties Headaches, and other aches and pains Infections Posture and your child Prematurity Sickness/vomiting Sinus problems and mouth breathers Sleep disturbances may be due to Teething Tech-Neck in children and young adults Despite the common belief that children are young and flexible enough to have no musculoskeletal imbalances in their body, this is not necessarily true.
How Treatment Can Help After Childbirth Caring for your new baby is a very physically and mentally demanding task. Your body has had to recover from the postural changes made during pregnancy but also the effects of delivery. Reaching over a cot, nursing in poor positions, lifting and carrying your baby on one hip can place enormous strain on the back and other parts of the body. Osteopathic treatment after childbirth is recommended to ensure that the mother returns to normal, physically and emotionally.