It is with great sadness that we have decided to permanently close the clinic.
The last 2 years have been challenging and have reshuffled our priorities.
After battling with a lot of questions and uncertainties in our heads, our hearts took over and we need to move closer to family and friends in Europe.
It has been a privilege to live in such a beautiful part of the world and help the Taupō community in the last 4 years.
We wish you all the best for the future.
Thank you for your understanding. Take good care of yourself and your loved ones.
Julie and Loic
We hope that the practitioners below will be able to keep you healthy
Richard Chow & Lynaire Campbell:
6 Motutahae Street
07 377 8081
Lake Taupo Chiropractic
41 Waikato Street
07 376 7190
6 Motutaiko Street
07 378 2123
166 Tamamutu Street
027 306 5967
Osteopathy is a manual therapy aiming at restoring the harmony within the body by reducing abnormal acute or chronic tensions.
The human body has the inherent ability to heal itself. However, when restrictions or tensions are impairing natural movement, the body will tend to compensate for the lack of mobility leading to discomfort.
The body functions as one unit and the osteopath emphasise the importance of considering the person as a whole during examination and treatment.
In order to reduce these tensions, the osteopath will use a wide range of specific techniques to address different types of restrictions within the musculoskeletal, nervous or even the visceral (internal organs) systems.
A common misconception about osteopathy is that most people think the osteopath "cracks" bones. Although joint manipulations are sometimes necessary to resolve restrictions, the clinician has a wide variety of more gentle techniques to reduce tensions and restore health in the body. Osteopathy is safe and gentle enough to treat people of any age, from babies through to the elderly.