A growing demand for treatment meant that by 1997 the clinic moved to a larger premises on Ashby road in Loughborough, expanding to incorporate associate osteopaths, a team of acupuncturists, and asports and relaxation massage therapist. The clinic enjoyed great success in these new premises until 2012 when it relocated to its current location at 99 Ashby Road, Loughborough. The beautiful Victorian premises that now house the clinic represent the realism of a long term vision in Jamie's mind.
Osteopathy is not just about back pain. Osteopaths are able to help with a wide range of aches and pains. Back pain is the most common thing we see but we are trained to deal this such things as kneepain, hip pain, ankle problems and many other common conditions. Each patient is given a consultation at which time we can advise on your best course of action for a speedy resolution to your problem. To discuss your requirements please give us a call and we will be pleased to assist you.
Ashby Osteopathic Clinic is located just off the A42 and only 10 minutes drive from Coalville and Swadlincote, and 15 minutes from Shepshed. Local bus services also run to Ashby-de-la-Zouch fromBurton upon Trent, Coalville, Loughborough and Swadlincote.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nick Woodhead (website) qualified at the British School of Osteopathy in 1977 and has been in private osteopathic practice since then, predominantly utilising the involuntary mechanism approach,having been privileged to have received instruction from several members of the group of teachers originally established by Dr. Sutherland both in the UK and USA, including Rollin Becker, Edna Lay and Robert Fulford.
Over the years Adam has trained with medical doctors and surgeons as well as many other osteopaths and physiotherapists. Adam has owned the Lace Market Clinic in Nottingham for over 9 years. He takesa simple approach to business, keeping the overheads low which means he is not under pressure to make money off every client enabling him to focus on doing what he enjoys best which is helping clients to get better. The best evidence for this is in how Adam structures his diary.
Osteopathy treats joints and muscles to rebalance movement, improve posture and relieve pain. Whilst osteopaths specialize in issues relating to the spine, osteopaths can help the majority of problemsrelated to muscles, joints and nerves. We have a keen interest in treating sports injury and assisting sport performance.