Osteopathy

We Treat Your Pain – We care for YOU

@Body Works

When in our care we want to understand you:

1

WHAT IS YOUR PAIN STOPPING YOU FROM DOING?

How is your pain interfering with your quality of life? Is your pain affecting the way you function? Is your pain affecting your quality of life?
2

WE ACTIVELY LISTEN TO YOU

We review with you what you have tell us. We want to understand you and the context of your presentation.
3

WE CONDUCT A FULL PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

We screen and carry out a full orthopaedic examination.
4

WE EDUCATE AND DISCUSS TREATMENT OPTIONS WITH YOU

We present treatment options for you to consider. These are based on the best available and current evidence.
5

YOU DECIDE YOUR TREATMENT AND PATHWAY IN MANAGING YOUR COMPLAINT

You then decide if you would like further sessions to help for motivation, recovery strategies, evaluation of current strategy. We provide ongoing support in helping you optimise your health and wellbeing.

Please Note: Based on the current evidence in patient care for pain manual therapy techniques such as cracking and popping of joints, acupuncture, dry needling, machine based therapies, taping are not practiced at Body Works. The evidence shows they are not helpful for your recovery, often only providing temporary relief.

Evidence also suggest that your time with us it better spent on making sense of your current increase in pain levels so that a recovery plan may be implemented. While we treat your pain we also want to give you the understanding and strategies to have control over your pain outcomes, and, also to empower and inspire you to enjoy that process. Additionally to this we provide ongoing coaching and support through the early stages, our approach also has the added benefit on reducing the number of paid treatments you will need.

"Nothing can be more humanistic than using than using evidence to find the best possible approach to care.”

Prof Jules Rothestein, PT, PhD

We treat your pain

We care for you

Osteopathy – Pilates – Rehabilitation

Bryn approaches health and well being from a person centered, evidence based biopsychosocial aspect.