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Tunbridge Wells Osteopaths

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to Tunbridge Wells Osteopaths. Please feel free to browse our site, we hope you find the information here useful and we’d love to hear from you.

– Quentin Shaw D.O. and Associates

Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of incredible change within a woman’s body. Her posture, spinal curves and centre of gravity alter to accommodate the growing foetus and the extra 20 lb plus of extra weight.

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Cranial Osteopathy

Cranial osteopaths are taught to feel the minute and delicate rhythm that exists in all body tissues

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Babies and Children

Our osteopaths are trained to treat babies and children with structural and cranial osteopathy.

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Classical Osteopathy

Almost any mechanical and many physiological problems can be alleviated by Classical Osteopathy. It may be of particular value in instances where traditional medicine is not able to provide a cure.

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Tunbridge Wells Osteopaths was established over 20 years ago. It is a busy practice in the centre of Tunbridge Wells offering Classical / Structural and Cranial osteopathy. Our website is intended to inform, educate and support patients suffering with problems that osteopathy has successfully helped / treated.
Tunbridge Wells Osteopaths
5 Upper Grosvenor Road
Tunbridge Wells
Kent
TN1 2DU
United Kingdom
+ 44 (0)1892 535858 or + 44 (0)1892 683844
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(SPD) is most commonly associated with pregnancy and childbirth. It is a condition that causes excessive movement of the symphysis pubis, either anterior or lateral,as well as associated pain, possibly because of a misalignment of the pelvis.
SPD is a dysfunction that is associated with pelvic girdle pain and the names are often used interchangeably. It is thought to affect up to one in four pregnant women to varying degrees, with 7% of sufferers continuing to experience serious symptoms postpartum. Although the condition was recognised by Hippocrates, incidences of SPD appear to have increased in recent years; it in unclear whether this is because the average maternal age is increasing, or because the condition is being diagnosed more frequently.

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