Tavistock Osteopathic Clinic has been providing friendly and high quality professional osteopathic care for people living in West Devon and Southeast Cornwall since 1984. The clinic is based in thecentre of Tavistock with easy access by car, bus and on foot. Tavistock Osteopaths provide fast and effective relief of symptoms, using structural, cranial and visceral osteopathy.
Osteopathy is a primary care profession, focusing on the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders, and the effects of these conditions on patients' generalhealth. Using many of the diagnostic procedures applied in conventional medical assessment, Osteopaths seek to restore the optimal functioning of the body, where possible without the use of drugs or surgery.
Rhian Osborne and her team offer leading Osteopathic healthcare across South West Wiltshire. We have clinics in Salisbury, Wilton and Tisbury offering Osteopathy and other therapies. We are openMonday to Saturday in Salisbury (late evening on Monday), Monday to Friday in Tisbury, and Tuesday and Thursday in Wilton. For details of times in each location visit the Appointments page.
Our practice is located in the centre of Bideford, North Devon. We are close to two short stay car parks and have drop off and pick up right outside the front door at the top of Bridge Street. PhilipCorbin is a registered osteopath qualified to offer a full range of osteopathic services including structural/functional osteopathy, soft tissue techniques, cranial osteopathy and where necessary manipulations. He is registered with all major private healthcare providers.
I am Registered Osteopath who has practised in Bristol for the last 27 years. My practice is Clifton, Cliftonwood, Hotwells and the Barton Hill areas. I see people of all ages including: adults,children, babies, teenagers, pregnant women, new mothers and athletes. I support my osteopathic practise with acupuncture, having trained to foundation level with the British Medial Acupuncture Society, BMAS.
Located in the centre of Totnes, thepractice is a bright, fresh and contemporary environment where all patients and their needs are treated with respect and care. Totnes has a long tradition ofattracting those who look towards the 'alternative' as readily as they might the conventional. It boasts a plethora of therapists and health centres and is considered by many as a leading centre for complementary healthcare.
I had been experiencing inexplicable vertigo, headaches, dizziness and nerves. I had been to see a few different doctors with no solution. Bevis' approach was clear, putting me at ease from the firstsession and solved my issues over the course of the programme through some easy but effective techniques. He also helped me understand why these things were happening and taught me how to prevent these issues from taking over in the future with some simple exercises I could do in my own time.
Sandra trained as an Osteopath at Oxford Brookes University and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and a member of the British Osteopathic Association. Sandra has previously completeda BSc(Hons) in Equine Science at Hartpury College during which time she developed an interest in the injury and rehabilitation of the equine athlete. On completing her degree she gained a position working within the College's well renowned Equine Therapy Centre.
CLARE REED (Bachelor of Osteopathy Degree) is a local Teignmouth girl, growing up here and returning after qualifying at the British School of Osteopathy in 2009. Clare has also trained in medicalacupuncture (dry needling) which she can use to help muscle spasms. She is particularly interested in treating sports injuries and pregnant women.
The Bath Practice is a long established professional and friendly complementary health centre. In order to get the best from our therapies, we treat our patients holistically. This means that not onlydo we understand the problems which our patients bring to us, but also how those problems came about, and how they may relate to other aspects of their health. All our practitioners are fully qualified and follow the code of conduct of their respective professions.
Osteopathy is a manual medicine focusing on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculo-skeletal system. It is a whole body approach to healthcare. Osteopaths do not focus on the‘problem' but instead use manual techniques to balance the whole body, enhancing and promoting good health and wellbeing. Osteopathic philosophy is what sets it apart from other forms of physical therapy.
Osteopathy is an extremely effective, but gentle form of therapy that relieves pain by improving the function of the body as a whole. Osteopathic treatment involves the gentle manipulation of the bodyto bring relief and improve quality of life for patients. Cotswold Osteopaths is a vibrant, family practice based in the Cotswolds, and Jane Hartley and Guy Beresford pride themselves on being able to make a difference for patients of all ages.
The clinic lies about a ten minute walk from the city centre, near to both the main line train stations and bus routes. We're here for you every weekday and most Saturdays, with early and lateappointments available. We offer cranial as well as structural and visceral osteopathy. We try to keep our fees as low as possible, but if you have difficulties, talk to your practitioner; we're always flexible.
Welcome to Saltash Osteopathy Clinic, specialists in osteopathy and physical medicine. We are a small, friendly team focused on providing professional treatment of musculo skeletal pain with apersonal touch. We treat - and help to prevent - a wide range of problems from back pain and everyday aches, through to sports injuries and work-related ailments. Most people that visit Saltash Osteopathy clinic are in pain when they walk through the door.
This list is not comprehensive as Osteopaths treat a host of varying problems and issues. If you are unsure if Osteopathy is suitable for you would like to discuss your symptoms, then please call ourenquiries number and we will happily answer any questions you may have.
Osteopathy is a safe established system of diagnosis and hands on treatment. Osteopaths are used to dealing with patients in pain - whether it occurs in babies through the mechanical strain of birth,the young through sports or work related injuries; caused by weight and postural changes in pregnancy or in an older patient with arthritic pain. Their role is to alleviate pain, to improve mobility and posture and to make patient's lives more comfortable.
Sciatica, low back, neck & shoulder pain, cervicogenic headaches, frozen or stiff shoulders, minor sports injuries, tennis or golfers elbow and arm pain, back pain in pregnancy, joint aches and pains,arthritic pain and stiffness. If you are not sure if Osteopathy can help your condition please feel free to contact us and discuss any problems.
Don and Sally trained at the British School of Osteopathy in London for four years, qualifying in 1987. This was similar to a medical degree, with more emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletalmedicine, with human dissection at St. Thomas's medical school. The training included more than 1000 hours of training in osteopathic techniques and working in outpatient clinics. Sally was awarded the Clinic Prize in her final year.
Bearland Clinic in Gloucester is now closed. Lucy Carden is currently working at Cheltenham Holistic Health Centre. In November 2013 Lucy will be going back on to Maternity Leave. Whilst Lucy is onleave, she recommends that her clients see the other osteopaths at Cheltenham Holistic Health Centre, www.chhc.co.uk.
We offer osteopathic treatment to the general public in the easily accessible location of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. The clinic offers a natural and safe approach to healthcare that can benefit allages from the very young to the elderly, from active sportspeople to sedentary individuals. Our ethos is patient-centred care as we seek to tailor our treatment to your own specific and unique needs.