Established in the Brighton district of Hanover since 2005 and with a branch in Shoreham-By-Sea, Hanover Osteopaths have continued to deliver a high quality of osteopathic care to the local communityof Hanover, the city of Brighton and the surrounding areas. The practice is run by Jasmina Cordal, who has 15 years of experience as a general osteopath for all ages and for all osteopathic conditions.
I have always been interested in body mechanics especially as a keen sportsman with all the injuries that entails. Also as a tall child I was often ‘diagnosed' with growing pains which led me toquestion whether there was an alternative to chronic bouts of pain. In 1997 I started my degree in Osteopathy at BCOM (British College of Osteopathic Medicine). Since then I have worked as a locum all over the UK and also as far a field as New Zealand.
Maria qualified as an osteopath in 2004 with a distinction from the British School of Osteopathy. She was awarded several prizes over the four years for academic achievement, and was presented withthe Silver Medal on graduating, for outstanding achievement throughout the osteopathic course. Alongside the undergraduate course, she was accepted on to a post-graduate one year course in Classical Osteopathy which she also completed in 2004.
Most people think of Osteopaths as back specialists, but we actually treat the whole body and can improve everything from ankle injuries to neck pain and migraines. Our aim is to identify the cause ofthe problem and not to merely treat our patient's symptoms. This helps us ensure that our patients leave us pain free, healthy and happy.
Lin Peters became interested in osteopathy after having a serious road traffic accident in the early nineties. She subsequently needed a lot of osteopathic treatment which is how she came to beinterested in training as an osteopath herself. Lin is a qualified exercise instructor and worked seven years in the business prior to her accident. Lin has chosen to go down a very gently path of treatment. She uses deep massage, articulation and stretching.
Old Town Chiropractic, is a multidisciplinary clinic situated in the Old Town of Eastbourne, offering McTimoney Chiropractic, Sports massage and Kinesiology. We pride ourselves in delivering thehighest of standards in patient care and customer satisfaction. All practitioners are fully qualified, members of professional associations and fully insured.
Using gentle osteopathic techniques to ease pain and muscle spasm and restore normal movement, Amy aims to help people understand their body and how to minimise the impact of musculo-skeletal problemsso that they can quickly get back to normal life. She has worked in a clinic specialising in care for HIV positive patients and also has a sports massage diploma. In her spare time she enjoys playing squash, swimming, walking up hills in Scotland and camping with her family!
The Preston Park Osteopathy Clinic in Brighton offers expert osteopathic treatment for a multitude of painful conditions including back, neck and joint pain. At the Preston Park Osteopathy Clinic youwill receive experienced, hands on treatment, with a combination of deep tissue massage, manipulation and joint mobilisation. We will help you to understand why you are in pain, offering you professional advice on how to prevent your pain from returning.
Based in Lewes I use Osteopathy to treat patients from all walks of life. At your initial appointment I will identify, and start to treat the root cause of the problem. Then together we will develop apersonalised treatment plan to move you forward. Osteopathy is both gentle and effective way to treat many types of back pain and discomfort.
Osteopathy is an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment, emphasising the importance of the structural and functional integrity of the body. It recognises the importance of the linkbetween the structure of the human body and the way it functions. Osteopathy works on the basis that many of the causes of pain and disability stem from abnormalities in the function of the body structure as well as damage caused to it by disease.
The Visiting Osteopath has been set up to bring osteopathic treatment to you at home. Osteopathy can help people of all ages and with many conditions; but sometimes getting to an osteopath iscomplicated or difficult; especially when mobility or pain prevent travelling or when then the patient is very young or not young at all. There is also the benefit of not having to travel after treatment; a time when it is of benefit to rest and relax.
We offer a wide range of osteopathy and complementary therapies in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We are delighted to have an established team of experienced practitioners, many of whom havespecialist knowledge in areas such as sports injuries, osteoarthritis, the treatment of children, learning difficulties, allergy testing, and dance & movement.
Professional osteopaths clinic Uckfield and Tonbridge. Our registered osteopathic team specialise in cranial osteopathy, treating sports injuries, helping with lower back pain and consulting onvarious joint problems. Clients further afield in Esher, Heathfield, Leatherhead and Richmond can take full advantage of our home visitation services.
We started our practice in 1988 as herbalists and moved to the present site in 1998. Since coming here we have been able to expand and fulfill our dream of having a dispensary open to the public thatcan give sound advice and respond immediately to people's needs. All practitioners are fully trained and experienced in the their medical disciplines. Working in the community of a small town has been a rewarding experience.
Osteopathy is a safe physical therapy which helps restore structural balance and improve tissue tone using a variety of techniques such as soft tissue and structural manipulation which is applied asnecessary and is effective, and suitable for patients of all ages. It is distinctive in the fact that it recognises much of the pain and disability we suffer stems from abnormalities in the function of the body structure as well as damage caused to it by disease.
Pat has been my Osteopath for more than eight years. She is very easy to talk to and has a very understanding and friendly nature. She is not only very knowledgeable and experienced in Osteopathy, butalso in other related issues. You will be treated in a calm and relaxing atmosphere, and I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone else.
Local Hastings Osteopath, Natasha Dobson, graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a BSc Honours degree in Osteopathy after 4 years of full time study. She is also a qualified Sports MassageTherapist, and has postgraduate training in Cranial Osteopathy and sports/kinesio-taping.
I am Emma Roussac-Evans and I qualified as an osteopath at The College of Osteopaths (COET) in 2004. I also have a qualification in Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy and nutrition. My aim as yourOsteopath is to help you achieve a healthy body through treatment, exercise and nutrition advice, in a way that suits your individual needs. As we are all different, what suits one person may not suit another. I practice all kinds of Osteopathy: musculo-skeletal, visceral and cranial.
Osteopathy is a very effective form of manual therapy, and treatment aims to relieve your pain and improve your body's function. Osteopathic treatment helps a wide range of patients of all ages bytreating joints, muscles and ligaments, using a variety of techniques to suit each individual.
Your first visit will take up to an hour. You will be able to tell your osteopath all about your symptoms, how much pain you are suffering, how long you have been suffering and how it is affectingyour life and the lives of those around you. Back and joint pain can be very debilitating and your osteopath needs to know all the details. In addition to your current symptoms, your osteopath will then need to take your full medical history particularly any past episodes of back or joint pain.