Do you suffer from joint pain?

Joint pain is a common issue affecting many people. Many people are not unaware that joint pain can be addressed and prevented. As often as not, we tend to ascribe the cause of joint pain to things like ‘wear and tear’ and ‘old age’.  Unfortunately, these assumptions tend to cause people to stop searching for solutions.

How would you feel without joint pain?

At the Natural Clinic, our approach to addressing joint pain works by examining the issue on both a cellular level as well as by exploring what might be happening to cause an issue.

Nutritional Therapy

A major hindrence to recovery can be inflammation, a physiological reaction that occurs in response to a perceived attack on the body. After an accident or injury, this reaction can become oversensitized, resulting in an inappropriate release of stress hormones like cortisol in response to relatively minor threats. To address this, we recommend Nutritional Therapy to reduce the overproduction of cortisol in the system to help de-stress and rebalance the system.

Osteopathy

Tiffany Personnaz is our resident Osteopath. Osteopathy is an effective approach for treating back pain and sciatica. It uses gentle hands-on manipulation such as soft tissue stretching, deep tactile pressure, visceral and cranial techniques, mobilisation or manipulation of joints. Tiffany focuses on rebalancing your musculoskeletal system. Read more here.

Alexander Technique

With the Alexander Technique, you learn how to move more naturally, with more ease and less effort. In lessons, you learn what you may be doing in the way you go about your life to aggravate or even cause issues such as joint pain.
Because you are learning how to move with greater ease in your life, the benefit you gain are skills and knowledge which you get to keep. The relief you gain therefore, comes as a result of operating differently in your life, removing stresses and strains that can lead to wear and tear, inflammation and pain, and many of the benefits gained tend to be long-term.