Established in 1993 we have been helping people with a range of conditions and would like to help you if we can. Our team of practitioners are all fully qualified and insured for the therapies thatthey offer. Some insurers offer help with treatment costs including BUPA, HSA, Westfield & PPP.
If you have ever wondered what Osteopathy is all about and whether it could be of any help to you, then hopefully this site will address some of these issues and possibly enlighten you as to the manybenefits that Osteopathy has to offer - both to humans and to animals. Please explore the site to see what treatments we have on offer, and if you still have any unanswered questions or unresolved issues, please feel free to contact us.
At About Backs & Bones we pride ourselves on taking your pain seriously. You will benefit from our honest opinion about your problem and how we plan to remedy it - keeping treatments to a minimum. Aswell as osteopaths and physiotherapists, we have on hand a wide range of allied therapists to meet your needs. This team approach provides a wide range of expertise all under one roof, with only one initial consultation.
Before discovering the benefits of Osteopathy, he was a keen martial artist and was fascinated by the role that exercise and stretching played in injury prevention and rehabilitation. He trained as aSports Injuries and Spinal Manipulation Therapist prior to the completion of the five-year degree in Osteopathy. Alex is starting yoga teacher training in October with Bahia Yoga of Nottingham.
Hello, I'm Adam Lancashire, DO (Doctor of Osteopathy), a primary care specialist and member of the General Osteopathic Council and British Medical Acupunture Society. With nearly 30 years ofexperience in Osteopathy and manipulative medicine, I am able to offer you safe and effective help for your concerns with muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons and your spine from cocccyx to neck.
Phil Heler is registered as an osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council and has practised in Sheffield for several years at one of the region's biggest and oldest osteopathic practices. Havingalso practised in Buxton since 2006, and after moving to a Peak District village, he established the Buxton Osteopathy Clinic in December 2008 and Bakewell Osteopathy Clinic in November 2013. Phil's experience and reputation have been instrumental in the success of the Buxton Osteopathy Clinic.
Osteopaths have to re-register every 12 months, to do this and maintain the highest standards they have to do a set amount of hours of continuing professional development (CPD), which is monitored bythe General Osteopathic Council. This is in line with other health care professionals.
At Central Osteopaths, our multi-clinic, nationally recognised award winning services have been offering private osteopathy for many years. During that time, we've grown into a thriving healthcareprovider also offering, physiotherapy, occupational health services, podiatry, GP, injection, diagnostic services and more. And throughout this time, we've never lost sight of our commitment to quality, care and clinical excellence.
Melvyn Johnson qualified from the College of Osteopaths in 1986 and from the Quest Institute in 2011 and has over the years practiced in both London and Mansfield as well as treating patients fromNottingham and Derby at Peveril House Clinic in Ilkeston. He now runs the Peveril House Clinic in Ilkeston full time with his wife, which has been established since 1986.
Maple House Clinic is an Osteopathic & Complementary health clinic in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire. The Clinic a family run business, owned and managed by Imogen Hemingway. Started in April 1986, theremit is simple: provide the highest standards of complementary health care in a relaxing and welcoming environment. The Clinic has over 8,000 appointments a year from their patient body of 25,000.