We’ve had great success with osteopaths SEO ranking in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth & Adelaide. Keywords like “osteopathy”, the singular “osteopath” as well as “osteopath sydney” and also terms for services which you may often find in osteopath’s clinics such as “low level laser therapy” are all terms we’ve helped SEO clients dominate their industry for many years.
What symptoms and health conditions do osteopaths treat? This is a vital question when it comes to figuring out the search terms an osteopathic SEO client needs to rank top of Google for. It may be lower back pain in Sydney, arthritis in Melbourne, spinal curvature in Brisbane, tennis elbow in Adelaide or lymphatic symptoms in Perth. Either way our SEO specialists always educate themselves in advance by doing thorough research. We usually start by googling a phrase such as “what does an osteopath treat” and then looking at every term that appears on an authoritative article such as this.
Here are the ranking improvements for our client Balmain Osteopaths – we also built their website – nothing better than working with experts who build a health website with SEO principles in place from the ground up. This is the result:
As you can see from the above ranking chart, one thing we’re extremely effective at, is getting a top ranking for a client with just a single word search term. In this case the single word “osteopath” is a Sydney ranking, so is highly competitive with a KEI of 51.72 which most SEO companies could simply never rank a client for. We have scores of examples of taking health clients (and other industries) onto Page 1 for high-search-traffic single word terms such as when we got a chiropractic client to outright #1 for the single word “chiropractors”, ranking higher even than both the 2 chiropractic associations.
This is not necessarily easy to achieve – it took us 2.5 years to get them there – but it proved that our careful, best-practice search engine optimisation techniques had stayed on the right path all along, responding to Google’s algorithm changes and even predicting or pre-empting them, and also dealing with the August 2018 Google Medic Update which decimated the rankings of so many medical practitioners.
Most medical clinics are one-city-based, meaning we’re likely to be helping an osteopath’s clinic to be ranking for Melbourne, or even sometimes just a suburban area of Melbourne such as Box Hill or Saint Kilda. In smaller Australian cities which are easier to get around in, such as Canberra, Wollongong, Geelong, Cairns, Darwin, Alice Springs, or even the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast, we specialise in local SEO which helps doctors, dentists and the like rank strongly for the exact town or suburb they’re in, while also ranking on Page 1 for other nearby towns and suburbs.
So if you’re looking for osteopaths SEO, experience and a proven track record is a must.
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Best osteopathy services in Sydney
Most outdoor leisure activities normally involve one being physical and by participating in them, there is a likelihood of getting hurt and injuring your bone structure. This is not only confined to outdoor activities but to also those who do hard manual jobs such as construction and mining in a quarry. Such individuals also run the risk of injuring themselves. We are here because of you and if you injure yourself, a Sydney osteopath can help. We specialize in treating all musculoskeletal conditions through our manual therapy that aims to improve health across all body systems. This form of treatment is known as manual medicine which means that both diagnosis and treatment are done with the use of hands.
Roles of an osteopath
The main aim of osteopath techniques is to increase the blood flow to different parts of the body. Apart from diagnosis and treatment, osteopaths also offer advice to their patients on how to lead healthier lives through ways such as dietary changes and regular physical exercises. An osteopath caters to people of all ages, from newborns to senior citizens. Most osteopaths prefer to go into self-employment as this gives them more freedom in their practice. As a result, most of them are also skilled in other areas of business and management in order to run their businesses successfully.
Osteopathy is one of the regulated healthcare professions in Australia and osteopaths must be registered with the Osteopathy Board of Australia. Training as an osteopath is quite involving and one needs to successfully complete a five-year full-time university degree. Osteopathy treats a wide range of disorders such as; neck and back pain, pregnancy-related discomfort, Tendonitis and sport injuries among others.
Techniques used in conjunction with osteopathy
Osteopaths believe that the musculoskeletal system is connected in one way or the other to every other body part. Therefore, if the musculoskeletal system is out of balance, other body systems are likely to suffer too. When treating the musculoskeletal system, attention is also placed in other body systems such as circulatory, nervous and lymphatic systems as they play a significant role in the healing process. Osteopathic treatment uses a hands-on approach and uses techniques such as: spinal manipulation, soft tissue massage techniques and stretching muscles and joint capsules. Other techniques that are also used include: Articulation, which is gentle rhythmic joint movements, muscle energy techniques which encourage muscles to work against resistance and visceral manipulation, which is the gentle movement of the abdominal and pelvic areas.
Lifestyle choices that help in bone health
Just like any other medical practitioner, osteopaths also refer patients to other healthcare providers and they can also give advice on injury prevention, pain management and rehabilitation programs. Most osteopathic conditions can be managed by adjusting one’s lifestyle and environmental factors such as having good sitting posture, reducing stress levels and using of comfortable furniture with good back support. An osteopath may also offer other services that are complementary to osteopathy such as; individual exercise routines, relaxation techniques and body awareness sessions which shows you how to move your body in gentler ways.