SIMON KEEBLE - Osteopath MOst


Simon also studied in London at the British School of Osteopathy, graduating with a Masters of
Osteopathy. Originally from Yorkshire, he was keen to return together with his young family to offer them the active and outdoor lifestyle that he enjoyed growing up.
Simon incorporates a wide array of techniques within his treatments to best comply with the patients' needs and to encourage their swift recovery. His experience ranges from working with American footballers, rugby players and professional footballers. Off the track or playing field, Simon sees osteopathy being appropriate for all ages and lifestyles. He takes interest in all avenues of osteopathy from cranial and visceral treatment to structural and functional approaches, intently listening and utilising a wealth of knowledge to aid the swift recovery of the patients he treats. His structural and holistic style caters for any type of musculoskeletal dysfunction, be it related to work, sport or old age.
When he’s not working, Simon enjoys hiking, rock climbing and running after his two children. He’s also active in his local community with outreach and charity work.

More about osteopathy:

Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and manual treatment focusing on the structural integrity of the body. That is, the skeleton, but also the muscles, tendons, ligaments and other soft tissues that are intimately related; pain so often being caused by the protective reaction of a muscle to misalignment and restriction in the small facet joints of the spine or to the minor displacement of other joints in the upper and lower limbs.

Misalignment in one part of the skeleton will often affect and place undue stress on other parts. For example, a restricted / misaligned pelvis may cause apposition problems in the hip joints, tracking problems through the knees, uneven weight bearing through the lower limbs, apparent leg length discrepancy as well as a lateral curvature of the spine. The result can be pain and other symptoms arising from joint compensation, muscle spasm, tension or nerve root irritation.

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