Dr Matthew Farrow
Job Title: Doctor
Over the past 12 years Dr Matthew Farrow Ostm hons has developed and integrated a wide variety of techniques and skills in areas of diagnostics, treatment and pain management. He has studied under Physiotherapy, Osteomyology, Chiropractors, McTimoney Chiropractor, Osteopaths, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Japanese Techniques, Acupunctre Techniques and taught in local colleges of Staffordshire and other surrounding areas in the fields of Anatomy and Physiology, Psychology, Sports Science, Leisure and Tourism, Indian Head Massage, Remedial Massage, Sports and deep Tissue Massage. Today Dr Matthew Farrow Ostm hons only focus is on the treatment of Patients in his private clinic located at the prestigious Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis and Squash Club in Tettenhall. His devotion has always been driven towards creating treatment protocols to suit the individual. As a HCPC Registered physiotherapist Dr Matthew Farrow Ostm hons was equally interested in other methods and treatments so he has spent years dedicating himself to bring a more rounded treatment to his patients. It was during this journey that he came across Osteomyology. An association that was dedicated to inviting all methods and protocols of treatment to bring together and reinvent treatments.Dr Matthew Farrow Ostm hons is not a general practitioner and has not studied to be one so should a member of the public require one they should visit their local GP, NHS Hospital or Private Hospital. For more information on the Art of Osteomyology Please read more on the Osteomyology page in the address bar at the top of each page. Dr Matthew Farrow Ostm hons regularly deals with neck, back, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee, ankle and foot joint pain, encompassing varies styles and techniques of spine and joint adjustment. He is a back pain specialist who believes in methodical treatment of muscular, ligament and tendon prior to adjustments of joints, this approach he developed over many years helps to rebalance and address the nerves system allowing the body to create homeostasis which is its natural balance and function. Using various modalities and treatments such as ultra sound, laser, interferential, acupuncture, electrical stimulus, diathermy or short waved pulse therapy, G5, PAMS (Power Assisted Micro Stimulation) to name but a few options available to assist and manage patient pain and injury, he is able to assist natural rehabilitation through patient centred approach.