For osteopathy in Witham to treat a niggling ailment or painful injury, why not visit Maypole Health? As a complementary health clinic we are proud of our holistic approach, which includes various alternative therapies and treatments.
Our male and female practitioners, who boast years of industry experience and expertise, include osteopaths, cranial osteopaths, sports and remedial massage therapists, personal trainers, exercise and rehabilitation therapists, and foot health care providers.
Maypole Health will come up with tailor-made therapies according to your unique wants and needs for the utmost effectiveness. We will tell you everything there is to know during the assessment and diagnosis process for added peace of mind as well.
Osteopathy in Witham from Maypole Health
In order to restore your body’s balance and harmony, we adopt a holistic approach to all therapies and treatments. By addressing problems via your nervous system, soft tissues, and joints, we can kick-start the body’s natural self-healing mechanism.
For the most beneficial care possible, Maypole Health will also consider things like your age, morphology, occupation, hobbies, and other lifestyle choices.
This can help us solve injuries and illnesses including:
- General aches and pains
- Headaches arising from the neck and uncomplicated mechanical neck pain
- General acute and chronic back pain including sciatica
- Arthritic, rheumatic and joint pain
- Sports injuries such as tennis elbow
- Frozen shoulders
- Muscle spasms
We can also offer cranial osteopathy to release tension and stresses in the head. Patients of all ages have found this treatment to be extremely effective thanks to the delicate and non-invasive pressure our practitioners use.
Healthcare in Witham and Essex
Due to increasing demand and stretched resources, several people in Witham and the rest of Essex are exploring alternative medical treatment other than the NHS. After all, a recent report entitled A Healthier Future revealed that healthcare services in parts of the county will face a yearly £550 million budget black hole unless big savings are made.
Furthermore, healthcare provisions at doctor’s surgeries and hospitals in Basildon, Chelmsford, and Southend will undergo sustainability and transformation initiatives over the next five years.
Although officials were quick to point out that this move would not result in the closure of hospitals or surgeries, David Finch, leader of Essex County Council, did say: “Both the NHS and social care services are under pressure in Essex and it is important that we work closely together to tackle these issues.”