Natural Health Service
123 High Street
Lenzie Osteopathic Clinic
Paisley Osteopathic Clinic
31 Moss St
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Asif Allauddin has been a practising Registered Osteopath and a member of the General Osteopathic Council since 1994 in Glasgow. Asif is a co-founder of the Natural Health Service since 1997. Asif has also opened the Lenzie Osteopathic Clinic [read more]
Kirsten Polson has been a registered Osteopath since 1992 and is a member of the GOsC. Kirsten had been operating her own Clinic in Bishopbriggs since 1995 and after the birth of her first child in 2006 joined the Lenzie Osteopathic Clinic in August 2007 [read more]
Welcome to Glasgow Osteopaths. We now run clinics in three locations - Glasgow City Centre, Lenzie and now Paisley - so we should be close to wherever you live. At Glasgow Osteopaths, we have a caring approach and pay great attention to the needs of the individual being treated. Please contact us with any questions you may wish answered.
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a well-established approach to health care, which is based on a unique system of clinical diagnosis and manual treatment. A caring approach and attention to the individual are particularly important.
Osteopathy is a very safe form of treatment. Instead of drugs, osteopaths use their hands both to discover the underlying causes of pain and to carry out treatment using a variety of techniques from massage of soft tissues to manipulation and movement of joints.
The cranial approach uses very gentle techniques in which the osteopath's highly trained sense of touch is used to identify and correct disturbances and limitations of tissue mobility, not only in and around the joints of the skull, but throughout the body.
What Can It Help?
Osteopathy is clinically proven to be one of the best ways of relieving back pain, as well as many other conditions. Some conditions treatable by Osteopathy are:
- Back Pain
- Sports Injuries
- Work Strain
- Neck Pain
- Arthritic pain
- Poor Circulation
- Shoulder Pain
- Jaw Problems
For more detailed information on the different types of treatment please look at the How We Help.