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Welcome to Move Easy Osteopathy Clinic Estoril

Osteopathic Treatment to restore ease of movement

Shockwave Therapy for better healing and faster pain relief

Pilates Programs that builds a strong core and better posture

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Frequently Asked
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What does an Osteopath treat?

An Osteopath treats dysfunctions related to the musculoskeletal system. In other words joints, muscles, ligaments, the spine and viscera. The treatment is performed mainly by the use of Osteopathic Manual Techniques such as joint manipulation and massage. Read more about Osteopathy here.

Is Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave therapy has proven very efficient in treating sprains and strains in muscles and tendons. There is numerous scientific studies to support this. But more so I see it in the cliic on a daily basis. Shockwaves facilitates a much faster healing response then for example a deep tissue massage. Read more about shockwaves here.

How do you use Pilates as an Osteopath?

I use Pilates as a part of my treatments. The pilates modality fits perfectly in with Osteopathy since it complements the treatment by providing a safe and systematic approach  to building strength and coordination thru out the whole body. Read more about Pilates here.
How do you treat lower
back pain?
When I rehab the Lumbar spine I focus on bringing back movement and coordination. Most people that are experiencing persistent pain and problems with their lower back are missing strength, coordination and mobility.

The hips are also a big contributor to lower back pain and it is very common that the hips and the lumbar spine are "pulling" at each other. Meaning when ever the hips move the lumbar spine moves. This creates strain and irritation to the joints and muscles of the lower back.
Is posture something
you can help improve?
When I help people build a stronger or more efficient posture you need to work from three angels. One is education, actually showing how to adjust your posture. The old saying of straighten your back or pull back your shoulders are not really helpful. In fact most often it leads to even more tension and discomfort. The leading goal when looking for a good posture is energy expenditure. A good posture should feel relaxed and easy to hold.

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