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This is a system of diagnosis and treatment for conditions affecting the moving parts of the body (muscles, ligaments, tendons, joints, discs, bursae). The aim is to be as accurate as possible about the cause of a patient’s pain, so that treatment can be provided in a very specific way. Sadly these methods are not always practiced in orthodox medicine.
Millions of people throughout the world perform physical exercise and play sport. These people have specific medical needs. To cater for these people a branch of medicine known as “sports medicine” has evolved.
Osteopathy is the modern, scientific development of two of the oldest forms of treatment known to man - massage and manipulation. It is a system of diagnosis and treatment that focuses on structural and mechanical problems of the body.
Exercise therapy involves the use of a regimen of physical activities specifically designed and prescribed to correct an impairment, improve musculoskeletal function, or maintain a state of well-being.
"Excellent clinical skills"
"I have been attending Dr Allfree's clinic for a number of years and have always received excellent care"
We are able to perform a number of simple laboratory tests at the Mansfield Clinic. We also have access to facilities for other diagnostic tests including X-rays and MRI scans.
"Excellent service, polite, friendly, instils confidence"
"First class in every respect"
"I have seen Dr Allfree intermittently for the past 7 or 8 years and have complete confidence in his treatment and service and certainly recommend him to family and friends"
The Mansfield Clinic has been established over 30 years. Pain Solutions, run by Dr Mark Allfree, is committed to delivering the highest standards of patient care. All staff at the Mansfield Clinic are extremely highly qualified and experienced. Dr Mark Allfree is the only medically qualified osteopath in Nottinghamshire.
A study has recently been published in Clinical Rehabilitation that supports the use of manipulation of the neck for people who have nerve root pain due to chronic neck degeneration. Ther...