Further Information About Osteopathy
Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Paediatric Osteopathy and Classical Osteopathy in Stoke Newington, Hackney, North London N16 Maria Larrain BSc BOst DPO
64 Allen Road,
Stoke Newington, Hackney, London N16 8RZ
Tel: 020 7254 8890
Osteopathy seeks to work on the structure of the body, restoring it to a balanced state to get it working at its best.
Osteopaths use physical manipulation, stretching and massage to make the joints more mobile, to relieve tension in the muscles, improve blood flow and nerve supply to body tissues, and to help the healing mechanisms of the body.
Patients seek the services of an osteopath for a wide range of conditions. These include back and neck pain, joint pain, muscle strains, repetitive strain injury, postural problems or changes in pregnancy, or as a result of driving, work or sporting activity. They also see clients who suffer the pain of arthritis and who get injured as a result of sporting activities.
Maria is a fully qualified graduate of the British School of Osteopathy and the Osteopathic Centre for Children. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. She also performs cranial osteopathy and paediatric osteopathy
Osteopathy for Babies, Children and Expectant Mothers
Maria specialises in the gentle cranial treatment of babies, children and expectant mothers. She offers mum and baby check-ups, which is recommended particularly if there was a very fast or very difficult delivery and baby is fretful or not feeding well. Maria gets many referrals from midwives and breast feeding counsellors.
Osteopathy with Karina Spero at Butterfield Osteopathy
Karina treats a wide variety of muscular skeletal disorders, with specialist experience of frozen shoulder and related shoulder problems. She also has a particular interest and experience in the treatment of expectant and post-partum mothers, babies and children. She is available on Thursday afternoons and Saturdays.
Osteopathy with Ronan O'Brien at Butterfield Osteopathy
Ronan has a Masters degree in osteopathy with postgraduate training in cranial osteopathy and functional medicine. He is available on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC) with Bernie Heaney at Butterfield Osteopathy
Introductory Session – Sunday 10th September 10.30 am – 12.30 pm
In this introductory session we will explore the aims and requirements of the Mindfulness Based Living Course. We will learn some basic mindfulness techniques that will help us to become more aware of how we live our lives and to make friends with ourselves.
This introductory session is for anyone who wishes to understand what mindfulness is and is considering building the foundations of a sustained personal practice.
Takes place at Butterfield Osteopathy, 64 Allen Road, London N16 8RZ. For bookings contact email@example.com or call 07866 587 109
8 week MBLC Sunday 1st October – Sunday 19th November 2017
The Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC) at Butterfield Osteopathy is a Mindfulness course consisting of eight weekly classes, which are typically two hours long. A day of Mindfulness practice will be offered if the group would like to attend at a date agreed by the group.
The group is small, maximum 8 people.
Each week will focus on a different theme.
For bookings contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07866 587 109
If you need to see an osteopath, cranial osteopath or paediatric osteopath in London, Maria will welcome you to her practice.
For appointments for osteopathy in Stoke Newington, Hackney north London N16 please ring 020 7254 8890. For full details of all the services provided by Butterfield Osteopathy please visit www.butterfieldosteopathy.co.uk
This was established during the 19th century by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still as a way of stimulating the body's own self-healing mechanisms. Osteopathy is a holistic system of medicine which sees the mind and all body systems as interdependent and mutually supporting. Problems in the musculo-skeletal system may cause or reflect problems in other parts of the body.
The primary focus is on joint and soft tissue manipulation, since these are seen as vital to the functioning of the body as a whole. However they may also give advice on diet, exercise, posture and lifestyle. Each patient is treated as an individual to restore total body health. It is not restricted to treating symptoms alone.
Osteopathy achieved official recognition with the passing of the Osteopathy Act (1993). All osteopaths must register with the General Osteopathic Council.
In a consultation a full medical history will be taken and details of the current problem as well as a physical examination. The osteopath may use a range of techniques to manipulate soft tissues and joints while the patient lies on a couch. Some osteopaths use cranial (head and neck area) manipulation.
For more information about osteopathy please visit The General Osteopathic Council at www.osteopathy.org.uk