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Osteopathy is a physical therapy based on massaging, moving and manipulating the bones, muscles and joints of the body.
It is a non-invasive, drug-free, holistic therapy. It was founded in the 1800’s and is based on the premise that good health comes when the body is functioning in alignment. Many people use osteopathy to treat back pain and other body aches and pains.
There is a theory that keeping the body in harmony and alignment through chiropractic or osteopathy helps to ensure that the nervous system is functioning well. Since the nervous system and circulatory system are important for optimal immune system function, these treatments may also boost the immune system response to cancer. Another theory is that it helps to bring the body back to balance in terms of the meridians and chakras (eastern medicine).
Although I haven’t seen any research on either theory, I personally believe that a treatment to aid the body and relieve muscle pain and tension is essential to me feeling well with cancer. At the very least, it is relaxing, and at the very most, there may be physical healing qualities.
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I see an osteopath about once a fortnight. She usually works on any specific pain that I am experiencing and mostly does massage and dry needling (using acupuncture needles). She does not do any skeletal manipulations (bone cracking) because I have cancer in the bones.
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Treatment costs vary. I usually pay between £35 and £50 per treatment (which lasts between 30 and 60 minutes).
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I really enjoy my osteopathy treatments. I feel that they help my body to physically move better. But it is sometimes painful – because I am already in pain as a result of the cancer in the bones.