Osteopathy Was Founded By DR A.T STILL MD

He opened the first school at Kirksville Missouri in 1892 and graduated his students as Doctors of Osteopathy.

Osteopathy is a non-invasive manual therapy that helps overcome the effects of past injury and stress that may contribute to pain, ill health and disease processes. Injuries may affect the function of muscles nerves ligaments and joints whereby Osteopaths use a wide range of techniques to overcome tensions that reduce the individual’s ability to function on a daily basis. By correcting musculoskeletal dysfunction the body’s innate ability to restore balance (homoeostasis) is achieved. As the musculoskeletal system supports all other body systems ensuring it is functional at optimal levels is an obvious advantage to achieving health. Osteopaths are trained as primary health practitioners in their ability to assess and diagnose disease processes. Where conditions are outside their skill level they will refer the patient to their medical practitioner for further assessment. The techniques used by Osteopaths according to their college curriculum and to postgraduate training courses they are required to attend each year. These methods ensure all significant areas of the body are able to be treated effectively. They may include spinal and joint manipulation, myofascial release techniques, cranial osteopathy, and Visceral Manipulation.

Conditions Osteopaths Treat

Lower & Upper Back Pain

Frozen Shoulder


Tennis/Golfers elbow

Sports Injuries

Neck pain

Trapped nerves


Osteopaths have Gained a Wide Reputation

Osteopaths have gained a wide reputation in the community for their effective treatment of infants affected by position prior to birth and the delivery experience. Persistent crying, Sleep problems, Colic, Ear infections and colds In New Zealand all Osteopaths are required by law to be registered with the Osteopathic Council of New Zealand (OCNZ) which ensures all Osteopaths practise in a safe manner and maintain on going education.Osteopathiccouncil

Many Osteopaths are registered with the Accident Compensation Commission (ACC) in New Zealand and do not require a referral from their GP to have their treatment costs subsidised. ACC

More Conditions We Treat

  • Arthritis
  • Digestive disorders
  • Whiplash
  • Occupational Strain
  • Headaches
  • Joint pain/dysfuntion-wrists, hips, knees ankles etc.
  • Respiratory illness
  • Problems arising in or after pregnancy and in preparation of labour.