What to expect when visiting Faz

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Brief History

A Graduate of Oxford Brookes University, Faz practiced Physiotherapy with Bolton Wanderers football club for 8 years, he then moved to practice Osteopathy with: Derby County, Rochdale and currently Carlisle football clubs, so is highly experienced in dealing with sports injuries! The sporting world aside, he has consulted for many prestigious clients, including; Russell Watson, Suzanne Shaw and Jon Christos. A highly experienced and qualified osteopath, Faz now operates out of a private practice in St John Street, Manchester

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At the initial consultation, Faz will take a full history of your symptoms and complaint: he will ask about your lifestyle, nutrition your general health and your medical history. In order to make a diagnosis and decide on the right treatment plan for you, he will then carry out a physical exam to make a diagnosis and decide on the right treatment plan for you.

Osteopathy is a holistic treatment based on a combination of non-invasive manual therapy techniques, joint manipulation, deep tissue massage, stretching and exercise advice.  

Ideally you will need to wear loose clothing. In general the treatment does not hurt, but there may be aching afterwards, especially if the problem is severe or longstanding, but this normally subsides very quickly.

Faz will not simply concentrate on treating the problem area; he will use manual techniques to balance and positively influence all the systems of the body's nervous, circulatory and lymphatic systems, and provide overall good health and wellbeing and reduce the need for some medications:

  • Relief from your aches and pains
  • Help to improve your posture resulting in less back pain
  • Help improve your mobility and movement
  • Help you return to normal life and everyday activities quicker
  • Relief of built up tension causing sleepless nights
  • Quicker recovery for athletes and sports people
  • Help with advice for prevention of pain