In 1993, Parliament passed Osteopathy as a 'Medically recognisedalternative therapy'. Osteopathy emphasises on the 'structural and functional integration of the body'. Osteopathy specialises in theNeuromuskuloskeletal systems, recognising and diagnosing abnormalities and pathological diseases. Through the use of manipulation of soft tissue and bone articulating techniques osteopaths are able to gently alter the state of the tissues retuning them to a healthy state.
All of our practitioners are registered with their approved governing body and fully insured. We are based at the historic The Old Fire Station in North Bridge Street, Shefford, the Practice isconveniently situated in this pleasant market town with ample parking available nearby. Wellness Office, we can set up a clinic in your workplace, improving productivity and helping to reduce work related strains.
Within this website you will find the information you need to make an informed choice to come and see us for treatment. We have an overview of what Osteopathy is, what it does and how this is achievedand the areas of particular interest. There is a map to aid finding us when you come to visit and useful links to related professional bodies. Stockwood Osteopathic & Sports Injury Clinic is a private osteopathic practice, which raises the levels of clinical and professional standards.
Oliver's status as a qualified Osteopath, Physical/Sports Therapist, Medical Acupuncturist and Sports Massage Therapist allows him to offer a unique combination of expertise at his health clinics.Oliver graduated with a Masters degree in Osteopathic Medicine from the world-renowned British School of Osteopathy. He treated a range of patients with a wide variety of musculoskeletal symptoms and chronic conditions at the BSO Clinic in London, the largest Osteopathic clinic in Europe.
Providing high quality Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Sports Massage Therapy, Chiropody, Podiatry, Homeopathy, Acupuncture & Massage for a wide range of injuries and conditions. Wealso provide Pilates & Yoga Classes for all abilities.
Biggleswade Osteopathic Clinic was established in 1989 by Kevin Poynter to provide quality Osteopathy to the Biggleswade area and since then has helped literally thousands of people. We specialise infinding both the cause of your problem and a solution to it, so that the pain eases and you can get back to your normal lifestyle as quickly as possible. We are focused on providing a friendly, professional service with our treatment recommendations tailor made to suit each patient individually.
Many people live with pain or discomfort unnecessarily. Pain is nature's way of telling you something is wrong and if untreated, may lead to long term chronic conditions and early arthritis. You canbe painfree. Through posture, repetitive strain or accidents everyone has areas of their bodies that are subject to more stresses and strains. At the Putnoe Osteopathic Practice in Bedford we do not just treat symptoms, but establish and treat the underlying cause of pain.
Osteopathic treatment varies for every patient, the treatment which is appropriate for a healthy 20 year old may not be the same as that which is indicated for a healthy 80 year old. Osteopathy is aprimary care profession, focusing on the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders, and the effects of these conditions on patients general health and wellbeing.
My Mission To provide you with the BEST, FASTEST, most beneficial treatment experience I can! You will benefit from EXPERT PROFESSIONAL EFFECTIVE Acupuncture and Osteopathic treatment solutions toyour acute pain and other health issues, to improve the quality of your life, mostly in ONLY 30 MINUTES! I completed my training as an Osteopath in 1989, having qualified from the British School Of Osteopathy.
What should I wear? As with any medical examination, you will probably be asked to undress to your underwear, so please wear something you are comfortable in. Can I bring a friend or relative? Yes -if you wish, you can have someone present throughout your consultation and treatment.
Woodside Clinic is an independent family run clinic staffed by practitioners with many years of experience. We pride ourselves on being patient-centred and extremely thorough and professional. Thismeans that every treatment is tailored specifically to you, and the subtleties of your problem, always ensuring that we build a real understanding of what is behind the cause.
Located in the centre of Ampthill, the osteopathic clinic is easily accessible from the free public car park. Osteopaths are trained to diagnose and understand the elements contributing to your pain,and to find the cause of your problem. They use carefully applied techniques to encourage movement and improve tissue health, relaxing the neural and muscular tensions that can predispose the body to injury and cause chronic pain.
The Mews is a multi-disciplinary clinic where all therapists are fully qualified, insured & registered with their own individual professional bodies. As a clinic we treat each patient as an individual& offer different treatment plans according to the patients needs whatever their ability or disability. Our patients range from the general public through to professional sports people offering treatments from general aches & pains to sports injury assessment, treatment & rehabilitation.
Bedford integrative health centre (BIHC) offers comprehensive healthcare which aims to promote health and restore well-being. Here at BIHC we work within a holistic approach, meaning we assess,evaluate and address all aspects of your health, both physical and emotional. This includes examining your diet and lifestyle, stress levels, physical complaints and your health-related goals.
Although osteopaths treat many conditions, most people think of us as 'back specialists' and back pain is what many osteopaths treat frequently. Osteopathic treatment does not target symptoms only buttreats the parts of the body that have caused the symptoms. Osteopaths have a holistic approach and believe that your whole body will work well if your body is in good structural balance. Imagine, for example, a car that has one of its front wheels not quite pointing straight.
We all tend to take our bodies for granted and generally take less care of them than perhaps we should. We book our cars in for their regular service and fill them with the correct fuel, but we areoften less careful with our own bodies. We cannot get a "trade-in" on our bodies in so it's well worth looking after them and here at Bedford Osteopathic Practice we can help. Joanna Hyne started this practice in 1984 and both Joanna and Jo have more than 25 years clinical experience.
Osteopathy treatment from a qualified, registered and insured professional. Competitive fees. Advice and treatment for various conditions including neck pain, bad backs and aching joints. Helprevitalise your total well being. Improve your energy levels, posture and sleeping patterns. Specialist treatments and Osteopathy for babies, children and new expectant mothers.
Woburn Osteopaths is a patient-centered practice with accessible service. We are a skilled, well-qualified and friendly team of registered osteopaths practicing within Woburn's newly converted OldFire Station. We offer appointments 5-days a week, including evenings and a range of private health insurers approves us. Please contact us if you would like to make an appointment or to discuss any aspect of your care.
Natalie is registered with the General Osteopathic Council. She qualified in 1994 from the British School of Osteopathy in London, and since this time she has built up her wealth of experience byworking in a variety of general osteopathic practices and regularly attending courses for continued professional development. Natalie has a keen interest in occupational health and is also a certified functional capacity evaluator.
Mary Jolly has been helping patients in Leighton Buzzard, Linslade and the wider South Beds and Bucks area since 2005. Mary graduated from the London School of Osteopathy having completed a five-yeardegree course. She is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association. She also holds diplomas in Cranial Osteopathy, Western Medical Acupuncture and Sports Massage.