Stuart Korth was established in 1938 by Leslie Korth, a well-known pioneer of holistic and alternative medicine, who was joined by his son Stuart Korth in 1964. It rapidly expanded and has gained a reputation for the care of the whole family, for patients of all ages and with all kinds of conditions.
Osteopathy is concerned with the arrangements of the parts of the body and their movements. Good mechanical function of the body’s framework (bones, ligaments, muscles and joints) is essential for promoting the health of the individual.
The task of the osteopath is to understand what has gone wrong and why, and to use his or her hands to allow the organism to overcome its malfunction. Mechanical derangements have a profound effect on the functioning of all body systems, and their correction goes a long way to restoring well-being.
In babies and children, using specialist paediatric osteopathy, it is important to pay attention to alignment and movement, not only for immediate help with distress and disease, but to encourage optimum health for a lifetime.
Osteopathy has developed greatly over the last century, since its foundation in the late 1800s by Andrew Taylor Still. The Associate Osteopaths working with Stuart Korth use a wide variety of osteopathic modalities, from soft tissue massage techniques and joint manipulation, to more subtle approaches such as cranial osteopathic techniques.
Kent, East Sussex, S.E. England, S. London, S.E. London, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, Sevenoaks, Forest Row, East Grinstead, Burgess Hill, Lewes, Crowborough, Uckfield, Maidstone.