Osteopathy at Studio57clinic
Osteopathy is best known for treating musculo-skeletal problems such as back pain, neck pain and aches, joint problems including hips, knees, ankles, feet, shoulders, elbows and wrist; sciatica and other nerve pain.
It can also be beneficial for a wide variety of other health issues including digestive problems, headaches; circulatory problems, cramp, chronic fatigue, inability to relax; fibromyalgia & rheumatic problems.
Taking an indepth case history and conductucting a broad range of movement tests is fundamental to help track and irregularities in function further up or down the body that could be root cause of the problem. Osteopaths often see patients who have not found a solution to their health problems elsewhere.
At Studio57clinic, we aim to restore patients back to healthy function as quickly as possible and avoid lengthy treatment schedules if possible. That said, the longer a problem has been present then typically the longer it will take to resolve.
Introducing Troy Bradley BSc. Hons (Ost). Registered Osteopath
We are thrilled to have Troy Bradley working with us at Studio57clinic, Troy qualified as an Osteopath in 2002 from the British school of Osteopathy.
He has travelled and worked abroad in Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand (hence the accent). Where he started to specialise in sports related injuries and rehabilitation. Continuing Travels to Austria to work with Para-olympians for the winter games, 2014.
Learning from the best, he has completed the Fellowship of Applied Functional Science (AFS) course in America with the renowned physical therapist “the father of Function” Gary Gray at the Gray Institute (foremost leader of functional prevention, rehabilitation and performance enhancement). Along with J C Santana, referred to as “USA’s leading practitioner of functional fitness” iHP -institute of human performance, Troy has gained JC’s MMA Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach course.
Having developed specific programs for all professional sports, youth fitness, fitness for the mature populations, and accelerated rehabilitation. His advanced understanding of biomechanics and functional rehabilitation combined with the depth of Osteopathy and Functional neurology; have made him the go-to guy for those interested in reaching their optimal performance levels, from individuals, to professional sports teams, like Premiership Football teams, and Aviva Premiership Rugby. Locally, establishing a connection with Local Hove and Sussex Rugby and Cricket players. Endorsed by Nike as a Performance Specialist, he has also been featured in Men’s Health Magazine and SkyLiving HD, and taught multiple seminars.
Osteopathy vs Chiropractic treatment?
On the surface Osteopathy and Chiropractic treatment almost appear the same, however most Chiropractic treatments tend to be shorter in treatment duration as they tend not to perform massage to help promote soft tissue recovery to support the skeletal manipulation. Chiropractors tend to have a massage therapist available at a further date to provide you with a seperate treatment. Frequent treatments with a Chiropractor are therefore common.