As a practicing osteopathic physician in Croydon, Sarah Beer helps her patients in and around the Croydon area develop new physical attitudes and lifestyles that not only fight their physical problems but also help prevent recurrence.
In her relaxed, friendly and supportive environment, Sarah Beer elicits a comprehensive medical history from her patients and performs a thorough physical exam that enables her to understand the physical trauma in the patient’s body.
A deep understanding of the root cause of the patient’s ailment, discomfort and/or pain is absolutely crucial for her to create an individualized treatment regimen. Using natural, holistic, and integrative medical methods, Sarah Beer applies her knowledge and expertise to create an integrated treatment plan for each patient’s highly individualized health requirements.
This also allows her to teach her patients in Croydon how they can better help themselves on the way back to recovery. Sarah Beer understands all too well that the healing process starts with the patient him or herself. Sarah doesn't not only treat the symptoms, but finds the root cause of the illness and helps her patients avoid situations that can lead to health issues. You can find more information directly on Sarah's website.
Sarah helps her patients overcome health issues such as, recurring headaches, migraines among more serious illnesses like chronic tendon injury (tendinosis).
Sarah Beer Osteopathy Clinic in Croydon Also Treats:
- Tendinitis: Tendinitis injuries are common in the upper shoulder and lower section of the elbow and are less common on the Torso. (common in rock climbers and swimmers).
- Shoulder Pain: Whether through excessive exercise or other causes.
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Usually felt as pain, numbness and tingling in the wrist. Happens when the median nerve is compressed as it reaches the passageway on the palmar side of the wrist.
- Sprains or Torn Ligaments: Sometimes caused by excessive exercising or by being involved in an accident or a fall.
- Lateral Epicondylitis: Commonly known as tennis elbow.
- Medial epicondylitis: Better known as golfer's elbow.
- Arthritis: Inflammation of the joints.
- Osteoarthritis: Which is a degenerative joint disease and can be very painful.
- Muscle Spasms: Involuntary contraction of muscles or groups of muscles which are quite disconcerting.
- And more...