Centre For Complementary Health
We offer the best and most relevant natural and complementary therapies - tailored to your specific needs, and delivered to you in the most friendly and responsive way we can. Over the years, we have
Stacy Chaitoo Registered Osteopath
We are the longest established multi-practitioner osteopathic and acupuncture practice based in Huntingdon and St Neots. Our osteopaths and acupuncturists have over 49 years combined experience. Over
Cambourne Osteopaths
We want people to know they can come to us for an honest, professional opinion. Our aim is to get patients better in as few sessions as possible and don't see treatment as being a long-term
Physic
Physic: A leading Cambridge Complementary Medical Practice that has been solving health problems since 1984. We are now centred in north Cambridge and specialise in Osteopathy and Sports Massage. Let
Spritely Osteopathy
Based at the Innovation Centre on the Science Park in Milton Cambridge our service treats and manages a variety of problems. Our highly-skilled observation and hands-on approach aims to get you
Cristina Villiers RSHom
The centre provides a calm, accessible place for people to talk in confidence and receive treatment from experienced practitioners. We are committed to treating each person as a unique individual and
The Mews Clinic
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
Cambridge Osteopaths
With our expertise in a wide range of therapies under one roof, we are able to offer targeted help to our patients, whatever their needs. Our practitioners share expertise and work together for the
Vanessa Correa - Osteopath
My approach promotes health and well-being of the body and mind. I use my skills in Osteopathy to support patients through their healing process in the best possible way for them. I use both cranial
Russell Rayner Wendy
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 can

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