Antenatal Physiotherapy, Complementary or Alternative Medicine

The NHS describe these forms of treatments as follows:

Physiotherapy, often referred to as physio, uses physical methods, such as massage and manipulation, to promote healing and wellbeing. Physiotherapy treatments are often used to help restore a person’s range of movement after injury or illness. Physiotherapists frequently treat problems that affect muscles, joints, heart, blood circulation and lungs.

Osteopathy is a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems by moving, stretching and massaging a person’s muscles and joints. Osteopaths believe that problems with the way bones, muscles and joints fit and work together can affect all other parts of the body. They believe their treatments allow the body to heal itself. Osteopaths use a range of techniques but do not use drugs or surgery. Osteopathy is a complementary or alternative medicine (CAM), and is different from conventional western medicine. Osteopaths may use some conventional medical techniques, but the use of osteopathy is not always based on science.

Chiropractic is ‘a health profession concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health’ (according to the General Chiropractic Council). Chiropractors (practitioners of chiropractic) use their hands to treat disorders of the bones, muscles and joints. Chiropractors use a range of techniques, with an emphasis on manipulation of the spine. They may also offer advice on diet, exercise and lifestyle, and rehabilitation programmes that involve exercises to do in your own time. Chiropractic is a complementary or alternative medicine (CAM). This means that chiropractic is different in important ways from treatments that are part of conventional western medicine. The use and principles of chiropractic are not always based on scientific evidence.

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Maternity Physio

Physiotherapy for pregnancy and postnatal conditions

The Heathlands Clinic

Heathlands Clinic - Traditional Chinese Acupuncture - We are a sister team who are both members of the UK's Acupuncture regulatory body, the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). We compliment and support your medical care during pregnancy and your postnatal period. All you need for a healthy pregnancy, birth and motherhood.

Talia Berkowitz Osteopathy – Paediatric and Pregnancy Osteopathy

Registered Osteopath specialising in children and pregnancy related issues, working in Hampstead Garden Suburb.

Finchley Osteopathy Clinic

The Finchley Osteopathy Clinic offers the highest quality of osteopathic healthcare. We are professional and thorough, dedicated to helping you return to health as soon as possible. When visiting the clinic we will listen and examine you carefully and then explain our diagnosis and treatment plan. The Finchley Osteopathy Clinic is well recommended by local doctors and recognised by most leading healthcare providers including Bupa, Pru Health and AXA PPP.

Hampstead Osteopathy

Ben Posen is a registered Osteopath with post graduate training in obstetric osteopathy. Based in West Hampstead, Ben has a lot of experience of successfully treating women throughout the antenatal and postnatal periods.

The Osteopathy Clinic: Shital Patel

The Osteopathy Clinic (Shital Patel) specialises in cranial and paediatric osteopathy and treats women during the antenatal and postnatal periods. She sees patients in Hendon.

Cranial Osteopathy at the Chaim Centre

Cranial Osteopathy for mums and babies - The cranial approach is gentle, safe and effective at all stages of pregnancy and recovery after childbirth for mother and baby.

Acupuncture at the Chaim Centre

Acupuncture treatments can aid fertility, and in pregnancy can help with morning sickness, lower back pain, swelling and help with the positioning of the baby. Acupuncture can also aid the body post-partum.

Homeopathy at the Chaim Centre

Homeopathy is a form of natural medicine, which stimulates your body to heal itself gently from within, thereby helping you overcome illness and boosting your immune system to prevent future illnesses.

Craniosacral Therapy at the Chaim Centre

Craniosacral Therapy (CST) is an exceptionally gentle yet powerful form of treatment, now becoming well-known for its range of therapeutic benefits, and it’s ability to resolve issues that have not been helped by other means. Suitable during pregnancy, postnatally and on babies and children.