Cain Sedgwick trained at the College of Osteopaths and qualified as a fully registered Osteopath in 2006. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is also a member of theBritish Osteopathic Association (BOA). Cain set up Back2Basics Osteopathy in 2009 when he discovered that there was a general lack of Osteopathic services available in the huge Boyatt Wood estate in Eastleigh.
Osteopathy is a medically recognised approach to diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of musculo-skeletal conditions working in conjunction with standard medical treatment. Treatments areavailable for all the family. Treatment is a combination of soft tissue massage, manipulation, joint articulation and lymphatic drainage.
Nurture Your Health is an Osteopathic and Complementary Health Clinic set in the beautiful surroundings of rural Hampshire. We are conveniently situated in Froxfield just a few miles outsidePetersfield. There is free easy parking. Currently we offer Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Reflexology, Holistic Massage and Life Coaching.
We have been providing osteopathy to patients in Winchester and the Southampton area for the last 17 years. We treat a wide variety of musculo-skeletal conditions. Treatment is often hands-on in theform of massage, manipulation or cranial osteopathy. Exercises and stretches to do at home are often also suggested. Daniel Nelson, the Principal, is registered with The General Osteopathic Council that has governed and regulated the Osteopathic Profession since The Osteopaths Act in 1993.
Ross Valentine is an osteopath practising in Southampton. Ross trained in osteopathy at the College of Osteopathic Medicine in London. He graduated in 1978 and after working in London, he moved toSouthampton in 1981. There he opened the Highfield Natural Health Centre with osteopathy and acupuncture as the original therapies, later adding cranial osteopathy and now energy medicine.
Louise was raised and educated in the Waterlooville area. At the age of 18 she suffered debilitating back pain following several sporting injuries and eventually found herself under the care of alocal osteopath. She was so delighted at the effectiveness of the treatment that she decided to study to become an osteopath herself. Louise studied for 5 years at the British School of Osteopathy in London gaining a Masters level degree and has since practiced in several clinics around Hampshire.
Fleet Osteopathic Clinic is run by osteopath Peter Leigh D.O. Peter has lived in Fleet for nearly forty years and established the clinic in 1983 after qualifying from the British School of Osteopathy.In over 30 years he has the experience of treating thousands of patients suffering from a wide variety of problems. As he is a sole practitioner you will not see different osteopaths during a course of treatment. Since qualifying, Peter has also worked part time at the British School of Osteopathy.
Ben graduated from The London School of Osteopathy in 2001. He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (Osteopathy's governing body) and he is also a member of The British OsteopathicAssosciation. Southbourne Osteopathy Clinic has a wide ranging patient base, including the very elderly and the very young. Ben has attended a large number of post-graduate training courses, and is able to adopt a wide variety of treatment techniques and approaches to suit patient's individual needs.
I am a Registered Osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and have been practising Osteopathy since 2003. I see people of all age groups and have had experience in helping people with awide range of conditions. I work closely with my colleagues therefore have an understanding of how other medical and complementary practitioners work and how osteopathy fits in to a person's overall care.
Mark Stockwell is a registered osteopath, graduating from Oxford Brookes University in 2007, following five years of osteopathic study. He is a member of The General Osteopathic Council (GOSC), TheInstitute of Osteopathy (iO), and The Osteopathic Sports Care Association (OSCA). Mark is also a qualified massage and manipulative therapist from the Midland School of Massage and Manipulative therapy and is also qualified in western medical acupuncture, or dry needling, as it is also known.
The New Surgery is based in a purpose built clinic in the New Forest. We have been successfully providing osteopathic and other complementary services to our patients since 1995. Steven Orton ourPrincipal Osteopath was proud to work at the 2012 London Olympics helping the international athletes and their support teams to make it one of the most successful Summer Olympics ever. Osteopathy is used to examine, diagnose, treat and prevent a wide range of conditions.
Our practice provides a friendly and professional osteopathic healthcare service, providing relief from pain and stiffness. All our practitioners are registered with the General Osteopathic Council.We give tailor made treatment programmes for individuals from all walks of life and people with varying physical demands on their bodies - business men, sports men, children and the elderly. Home visits are available.
I studied for five years at the London School of Osteopathy and graduated with a Bachelor of Science honours degree in osteopathy. Subsequent to graduating I have undergone training in medicalacupuncture with the British Medical Acupuncture Society and find the combination of osteopathy with acupuncture to be very effective in the treatment of numerous complaints particularly osteoarthritis in the thumbs and knee. This is the branch of osteopathy that has become my favourite.
An important thing to understand is that leg pain is a symptom of a problem-of something compressing or irritating the nerve roots that comprise the sciatic nerve-rather than a medical diagnosis ormedical disorder in an of itself. This is an important distinction because it is the underlying diagnosis that often needs to be treated in order to relieve sciatic nerve pain. Common causes of sciatica are a lumbar herniated disc, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease or spondylolisthesis.
Fareham Osteopathic Centre was established over 30 years ago by Terry Alldridge because he believed strongly that we all deserve to enjoy the best of long-term health. But of course, not everything isunder our control, and most of us will at some point suffer an injury or develop chronic aches and pains.
With over a decade and a half of treating patients with musculoskeletal disorders, Karen has vast experience in dealing with all sorts of problems. Ben Gottesman also practices at the Bognor branch ofThe Osteopathic & Sports Injury Clinic. Ben has been with the practice for over two years.
By restoring normal function to the musculoskeletal system chiropractors can play a major part in relieving disorders and any accompanying pain or discomfort arising from stress, lack of exercise,poor posture, and the every day wear and tear that happens to all of us.
The most common reasons that people visit Eastleigh Osteopathic Clinic are for treatment of back pain, sciatica, trapped nerves, sports injuries and many other short and long term health issues thatthey may need treatment for. We can treat adults, children and babies. Our aim is to make you more comfortable. Whether you have recently injured yourself playing sport or can't understand why something is hurting because you haven't "done anything" or have a work related pain.
I qualified as an osteopath in the year 2000, having trained for 5 years at The London School of Osteopathy. Here I obtained a BSc (Hons) Ost. I furthered this by studying for 2 years from 2002-2004at the Osteopathic Centre for Children, gaining a post graduate Diploma in Pediactric Osteopathy. Here I gained valuable knowledge in the treatment of babies and young children. I took a special interest in the art of cranial osteopathy and its very subtle approach from an early stage in my career.
I trained for 4 years at the British School of Osteopathy in central London, before going in to practice in Hampshire and West Sussex. I then set up on my own in Southsea in 1993. Five years later Irelocated the clinic to Collins Road, Southsea, where I still work alongside osteopath Jon Butterworth. We now have an established patient base, some of whom have been with us from the beginning, and bring their children and grandchildren.