Occupational Overuse Syndrome (OOS)

Regain Your Mobility, Find Relief and Restore Comfort From Occupational Overuse Syndrome

Experience the Benefits of OSTEOPATHY

Osteopathy for Optimal Range of Movement

We Focus on Addressing the Root Cause of Your Pain for Lasting Relief

Overuse injuries, also known as occupational overuse syndrome (OOS) or work-related injuries, are common in professions that require the individual to perform repetitive tasks on a daily basis.

Osteopathy for Rehabilitation From Overuse Injuries

Osteopathy provides effective relief for overuse injuries by employing manual techniques to address underlying musculoskeletal imbalances, reduce inflammation, and promote optimal healing, facilitating a quicker recovery and preventing future recurrence.

Osteopathy treatments can help with:

  • Occupation Overuse Syndrome
  • Work-Related Injuries
  • Repetitive Strain Injury
Osteopathy Overuse Injuries and Work-Related Injuries

Osteopathy is a Safe and Effective Form of Treatment for Overuse Injuries

Can Osteopathy Help With Occupational Overuse Syndrome or Work-Related Injuries?

Symptoms caused by occupational overuse syndrome or work-related injuries can be alleviated with osteopathic treatment. The goal in treating these conditions is to ensure proper blood flow and optimal range of movement is possible to the affected areas.

Ensure Optimal Healing, a Quick Recovery and Prevent Recurrence of Occupational Overuse Syndrome and Work-Related Injuries

Osteopathic Treatment

Treatment for occupational overuse syndrome or work-related injuries begins with a thorough case history and assessment of your lifestyle and specific symptoms to determine the underlying cause of your pain. Your Osteopath practitioner will conduct specific tests and discuss your treatment options.

Your Personalized Treatment Plan

After a complete assessment, your Osteopath practitioner will provide you with an individualized treatment program, which may include a combination of manual therapies, lifestyle recommendations, and patient education. Your plan may also include stretches and exercises you can perform from the comfort of your own home, so you can remain proactive during your recovery. In some cases, a referral to a specialist may be required.

Your First Treatment

During your first appointment, your practitioner will aim to provide gentle manual treatment to help alleviate your symptoms of pain and discomfort.

Due to an acute shoulder injury I had to seek an Osteopath. I was recommended Gracela by a friend. After 4 sessions with her I was able to use my shoulder again. The examination, manipulation, and exercises were fantastic. So, if you find yourself like I was, then I can highly recommend Gracela, as my friend did for me.
Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand