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.
Kristy initially trained at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine for her first degree. Kristy believes in putting her patient first. She explains everything thoroughly, and will not only treatas is appropriate to each person, but offers helpful and effective advice and exercises in order for patients to help themselves and to get better more quickly; this enables patients to take part in their own recovery rather than relying on someone else solely to get them better.
Perfect health strives for highest standard of care for patients. We will give a full explanation of our findings and diagnosis and then give you the most appropriate and effective treatment or referyou for further investigations as necessary. We understand how debilitating injury can be and will do everything we can to get you back to your Perfect Health.
Osteopathy has been used for well over 100 years and has been shown to help many muscle and joint problems/disorders such as lower back pain, neck pain, sciatica and shoulder problems. It can alsohelp many other problems such as headaches, digestion issues and fibromyalgia and is suitable for all ages.
I trained to become an Osteopath at The British School of Osteopathy, London. I underwent a four-year full-time course, and qualified in 1999, obtaining an honours degree in Osteopathy. I have sincetrained in Cranial Osteopathy at a postgraduate level. I enjoy using this method of treatment when appropriate, and especially enjoy getting involved with the treatment of babies using cranial techniques. I regularly attend courses and lectures on a wide range of relevant subjects.
Graeme Stroud ND, MRN, DO, ACOH is an osteopath, naturopath, certified zen body therapist and a qualified healer. Graeme established the Basildon Clinic in 1985 and we pride ourselves in providing aprofessional, effective and friendly service. The practice is quite unique in that we specialise in using a combination of conventional osteopathy and deep tissue massage. Graeme pioneered this approach in the mid 1980s as he found he got extremely effective results using this combination.
Basildon Clinics offer a high quality Physiotherapy, Sports Massage and Osteopathy service to clients from Basildon and the surrounding areas. We have built up an outstanding reputation based on ourexperience and effective treatments, personal and professional services and our focus on customer satisfaction. All members of our team are fully qualified and registered with their own professional bodies and are highly experienced in their field.
Located in a bespoke clinic in the London Road, Wickford and owned by the Principle Physiotherapist, Mrs Jackie Snape we are the established Physiotherapy Practice in Wickford. We offer thecomfortable surroundings (with complimentary refreshments) of private treatment rooms within a bungalow and therefore easy access from our bespoke off road parking. Our longevity is an assured measure of our professionalism and, second to none, reputation.
Amanda has been involved in patient care for over 10 years, graduating from the London School of Osteopathy with a first class honours degree in 2005, and completing the ITEC Diplomas in Therapeuticand Sports Massage in 2002 & 2003. Amanda's approach to osteopathy is to combine gentle treatment with effective patient management to achieve positive results for you in as quick a time frame as possible.
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