Lower Back Pain and sciatica are extremely common, but I focus on persistent pain. Why only persistent? Because if this is only the first or second time you’ve had back pain or you’ve only had it for a week, it’ll probably clear up on its own. But it’ll almost certainly happen again (60% of them do). Once you realise that a quick fix isn’t likely, and you’re keen to play an active role in your recovery, then – and only then – will I see you.
I’m interested in long-term recoveries. There are many clinicians who will offer you a quick fix. As an osteopath with 25 years experience, I can do the quick fix, but so can others. If you want a long-term, sustainable improvement, then I can help.
I’d love to be able to help everyone, but life is short, so I focus on those who are ready to help themselves. If you answer yes to the questions below, then I’ll see you. If any of them are “no” (or my prices are too high), then try our best back pain / sciatica online course for lower back pain and sciatica sufferers, or buy the best back pain book.
I believe we should all be able to wake up painlessly and live a full and active life, but I also believe in responsibility. If you’re ready to do some of the work (and you answer yes to all of the below), then give Andreea a ring, or drop her an email. You can consult me in person, or online via a video consultation – either will work.
Services I offer at my Edinburgh Clinic – Osteopathy, Spinal Assessment, Posture Correction & Acupuncture
Q Have you had pain for more than 2 weeks, or have you had more than 2 previous episodes?
Q Is your pain restricting you from doing things you’d like to do?
Q Are you willing to make changes necessary to improve your health?
Q Do you believe painkillers do not cure the problem?
If you answer YES to ALL of the above then please…