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We know it can be confusing to decide if osteopathy is the right treatment for you, so why not book a free 15 minute telephone consultation to discuss your problem and what can be done to help.


  • Osteopathy is a well established and recognised system of diagnosis and treatment with emphasis using hands on, drug free therapy to help restore the structure and function of the body to enable healing.

  • Osteopaths treat a wide range of musculoskeletal complaints across the whole body.

  • Treatment is based on a holistic approach to restore function by improving quality and range of movement. This creates the optimal conditions to encourage the healing process and reduce pain and discomfort.

  • Lifestyle and psychological factors are considered when helping to reduce a patients symptoms.

  • Mechanical, functional and postural assessment is performed during the treatment.

  • Manual methods of treatment are used to suit the individual patient. These can include stretching, movement based techniques, resistance and joint manipulation techniques (using very fast movements aimed at specific joints to improve joint mobility).

  • Advice and exercises can be prescribed to support pain reduction, improved function and maintain outcomes of treatment.

  • Osteopaths treat people of all ages, including through pregnancy and sports.

  • Training includes a 4/5 year university degree with 1000+ hours of clinical practice during this time.

  • Osteopathy is recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) for lower back pain.

  • Osteopathy is a safe, natural and effective form of therapy.

  • Osteopaths are registered with/regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).

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