As the body ages, our joints and ligaments start to degenerate or weaken. Because of this, we often feel body pains or discomforts such as back, leg, neck, lumbar disc pain and etc. Oftentimes, we resort to applying oil to the affected area or taking in pain relievers to alleviate the agony we are feeling. More often than not, these remedies don’t work as they are not really addressing the root cause of the problem. Good thing there are now better and more guaranteed treatments such as osteopathy and one of the most reputable providers of such service is Sydney Osteopathic Medicine.
About Sydney Osteopathic Medicine
Sydney Osteopathic Medicine is located in the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District. Their complete address is Level 8, 808/109 Pitt St. Sydney NSW 2000. SOM has been in the business for quite some time now. They strongly believe that people should not endure pain and that they should receive treatment in the most positive and energetic way possible. They treat their patients as if they are members of their very own family.
The clinic prides itself from having the most competent, reliable and well-trained osteopaths in Australia.
Clifford Avery: Mr. Avery has been practicing osteopathy for 20 years now. He is an accredited and internationally acclaimed Osteopath, having been trained at The British School of Osteopathy. Among the people he has treated include performers of the London’s Royal Opera House as well as Sydney Opera House, professional sports figures and celebrities, mothers, Olympic athletes, and office workers. His speciality lies in providing relief to folks experiencing whiplash injuries, headache, acute and chronic back pain, breathing difficulties, coccdynia, and tension and anxiety disorders. At the moment, he is continuously honing his osteopathy skills by taking up Australian and International postgraduate training.
Luke Richards: Starting out as a Chinese medicine physician, Mr. Richards eventually gained interest in the science of neuromusculoskeletal pain management. As a result, he decided to take up a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Osteopathy. He specializes in recurring, persistent neuropathic and musculoskeletal pain. He is likewise active in the health professional regulation and practice standards development board of Australia. Mr. Richards has also published a number of articles and research papers on the topic about neuromusculoskeletal pain treatment and management.
Peter Green: Peter attained his Bachelor’s Degree from UNSW and Graduate Diploma from the International College of Osteopathy. Overall, he has been an osteopathy practitioner for more than 25 years. His work experience is very impressive as he has worked in numerous fields such as chronic pain management and rehabilitation, industry education and development, prenatal care, and performance injuries. Currently, he is working as an educator in private universities beside his stint at the SOM.
Find out about the ailments these osteopaths can treat and what to expect from an osteopathic treatment in this post.