Osteopathic Medicine

This therapy is useful for workplaces that experience high rates of absence due to musculoskeletal disorders – addressing niggling problems with a range of techniques such as massage and stretching.

A regular Osteopathy service can be embedded within a musculoskeletal health program; and used as preventive, early intervention and recovery tool.

For more details, see below for a longer description.

Description

Length: Adhoc. Book 1hr Pop-ins, Full Day Sessions & Regular Monthly Perks

Delivery mode: Onsite Osteopathy

Number of participants: variable.  1-3 employees per osteopath per hour.

Details: Osteopathy provides relief from lingering aches and pains. Weekly/monthly sessions allow for ongoing management of existing MSDs; and continuous support, helping to mitigate present and future risks.

Osteopathy can be useful for workplaces where overexertion of the upper and lower limbs, or lower back pain is a persistent issue. It’s a useful service for Injury Prevention | Stress Management | Absence Management and Health & Safety.

The practice is a specialised form of massage therapy that identifies existing MSDs; and uses a combination of movements, stretching and massage to help reduce and prevent future issues – ensuring a harmonious relationship between the muscles, ligaments, bones and connective tissue.

The focus is on the joints, muscles and spine, with benefits that include:

  • Increased joint mobility
  • Reduced tension in the body, helping to reduce migraines
  • Improved spinal postures
  • A boost to circulation. This provides the body with fresh oxygenated blood, helping to boost cognitive performance thus reducing injuries and enhancing productivity.

Connect with WORKBLISS to discuss requirements – hello@workbliss.co

This is a holistic wellbeing initiative, and is not intended to be construed as, or replace medical advice. For personal issues concerning health, participants are advised to conduct their personal research before making lifestyle changes, or seek the services of their chosen health professional.