IT CAN be difficult to keep fit and healthy when you are struggling with pain and injuries, but you don’t have to live with it, and with this week being Women’s Health Week, now is the time for all the women in the Goulburn Valley to take care of themselves.
Tatura’s Finesse Osteopathy principal osteopath, Dr Emila O’Connor and osteopath, Dr Catherine Burns are big advocates of Women’s Health Week and are passionate about helping women get their health back on track.
Emila said, “Women’s Health Week is about motivating women to put themselves first for a week and think about their health and wellbeing.
“We are encouraging all women who are interested in becoming fit and active, but are prevented from doing so due to pain or injury, to organise a consultation with us to discuss their treatment options.
“We have a keen interest in women’s health, in particular pre and post natal care. We aim to assist and provide advice to the pregnant woman as her body changes to support her growing baby. We also provide treatment for any aches and pains associated with feeding, holding and bathing their newborn child.”
To book an appointment, visit finesseosteo.com.au, phone 5824 3243 or find ‘Finesse Osteopathy Tatura’ on Facebook. Finesse Osteopathy is located at 14 Thomson Street, Tatura and is opened Monday to Friday.