Osteopathy is a system of assessing, diagnosing, treating and preventing a wide range of health problems. Osteopaths are commonly known for treating back pain and postural problems including changes due to pregnancy, caused by driving or work strain, the pain of arthritis and minor sports injuries.
Osteopathic care is based on the individual needs of the patient and so vaires depending on age, fitness levels and diagnosis. Osteopaths use a wide range of gentle hands-pn techniques, focusing on releasing tension, stretching muscles and mobilising joints. These are often used with exercise and helpful advice, together with strapping or taping all of which are designed to help relieve pain, help return to normal activity levels and maintain the best of health.
Osteopaths are highly trained healthcare professionals who are skilled in diagnosing health issues, including those that may require further investigation. On your first visit we will ask you about your current symptoms and a medical history. All information will be treated as confidential in accordance with the standards of practice set out by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) May 2018
What is Osteopathy?
Jayne Murphy BSc (hons) Osteo
Denham Osteopathy & Sports Injury Clinic is an established clinic run by Jayne Murphy.
Jayne has an honours degree in Osteopathy and a diploma in Personal Training, Fitness instruction and Sports Therapy. She has added qualifications in therapeutic ultrasound, dry needling and KT taping. She has extensive clinical experience and has been running her practice for 10 years in South Bucks. She enjoys treating sports injuries and has an interest in treating the older patient. She is highly experinced in anatomy, physiology, pathology and biomechanics. Jayne keeps herself busy in her spare time and doesn't sit still, she has a passion for fitness, hiking, biking, endurance events, water skiing, silversmithing and raises money for different charities including Myeloma Uk and Thames Hospice.
During the Covid pandemic whilst her clinic has been temporarily closed she has been a Healthcare Assistant at her local hospital, Hillingdon working in A&E and on the wards including an orthopedic and maternity. Along side this she has played an important role and is part of the NHS Test and Trace team.