Osteopathy is a manual therapy with a medical degree background that aims to restore and improve health across all the systems of the body. It utilises gentle, non-invasive manipulation to achieve balance in the musculoskeletal framework to address any impact that may have on any of the systems of the body (neurological, immune etc). It aims in the most part to reduce or negate the need for drugs and surgery where possible.
Alastair studied Osteopathic Medicine for 5 years at Oxford Brookes University in the United Kingdom and is a qualified Osteopathic practitioner.
Alastair’s training and experience has informed a primary healthcare regimen that utilizes various gentle, non-invasive techniques to affect skeletal structure and associated tissue (muscle/fascia/nerve and organ) capable of diagnosing disease and onward referral where necessary.