Four Good Reasons to see your Osteopath Every Three Months
- The sedentary and desk-bound lifestyle of the large majority of patients works against the design and function of the body and needs to be counteracted by regular manual treatment and targeted exercise
- Regular “MOT” treatments as a form of preventive care are generally less expensive an outlay than that required for a series of reactive treatments in a health crisis
- Regular “MOT” treatments foster long-term optimal health by keeping the body in top functional condition
- A working partnership and “life dialogue” is kept open between the patient (or family of patients) and the therapist, who can offer treatment and advice to help patients deal positively with key life changes: studies, pregnancy, children, new sports pursuits, career change, illness, retirement, home care of partner/relative, palliative care etc.