I have got busy again and so am not taking on any new clients at the moment. If I have seen you before at Cambridge Street or at Oxford Street, please try the online booking process or call me on 544 0291. If I haven’t seen you before, and you’re willing to wait, you can leave me your details in an email or phone call and I’ll fit you in when I can.
I will be here and available over the Christmas and New Year period.
I will be away from January 5th returning on January 19th. My usual days will be a bit different in January.
If you have any symptoms like a runny nose, sore throat, cough or no sense of smell or taste, please don’t make an appointment until you’ve been tested for COVID-19. If you develop symptoms between making an appointment and that appointment occurring, please cancel. It’s important to keep everyone safe.
Appointments will still be about 30 minutes – I am allowing extra time between people to clean.
If you have an injury, back or neck pain, headaches, Michaela can help restore you to health.
Osteopaths work with their hands using a wide variety of treatment techniques. These may include soft tissue techniques, rhythmic passive joint mobilisation or the high velocity thrust techniques designed to improve mobility and the range of movement of a joint. Gentle release techniques are widely used, particularly when treating children or elderly patients. This allows the body to return to efficient normal function
Whilst back pain is the most common problem seen, osteopathy can help with a wide range of problems including changes to posture in pregnancy, babies with colic or sleeplessness, repetitive strain injury, postural problems caused by driving or work strain, children with glue ear, the pain of arthritis and sports injuries among many others.
Osteopathic treatment can be used in conjunction with your normal medication and can be adapted to treat any age or condition.
This is a registered osteopathic practice and I am a member of the Osteopathic Council New Zealand and Osteopaths New Zealand.
For more information visit: www.osteopathiccouncil.org.nz and www.osteopathsnz.co.nz