Migraine Clinic Stoke
Getting To The Root Cause Of Migraine
According to the World Health Organisation migraine is the third most common disease in the world after dental caries and tension-type headaches. Though often viewed as a women’s ailment, migraines affect nearly 15% of the world’s population.
In addition to the effect migraines have on the sufferer’s quality of life, they also impact one’s personal and professional development through lost work time, cause discord in relationships and friendships and as a consequence contribute to mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
No two migraine sufferers are alike and have to be treated as different and unique cases. Migraine is an extraordinary and unpredictable condition that varies in degrees of frequency and severity of pain. It is 3x more common in women and is the most common neurological disorder anywhere in the world.
Each of the following areas have to be assessed and treated if necessary
Musculo skeletal pain of any kind whether its back, neck or joint pain can have a variety of causes that will require different treatment approaches. We apply four different treatment approaches to help you return to normal function as quickly as possible.
We are a multi discipline clinic providing four different but complimentary treatment modalities. We can then tailor treatment options according to your needs.
Our fees are £45 for first consultation and treatment and thereafter £35 per session.
Your first consultation and treatment will last for approximately 45 minutes to one hour. Follow up sessions are 30 – 45 minutes
We can provide a free twenty minute consultation at a mutually convenient time. In this session we can listen to your main complaint and carry out a mini assessment to help you understand the causes of your pain. However no treatment is provided at the free consultation.
No. But we do highly recommend wearing loose clothing.
I graduated from Oxford School of Osteopathy in 1993 therefore I have been in practice for twenty seven years.
Yes I am registered with the General Osteopathic Council
I had an accident in 1989 and severely damaged my back. I never knew pain like that existed ! I tried all the mainstream medicine approaches eg pain killers and physiotherapy but it was osteopathy and yoga that helped me recover