Poppy trained with Dr Milo Sietwart M.D., founder of the Association & Register of Colon Hydrotherapy, at the National College of Holistic Medicine. She further trained at the European School of ColonHydrothearpy. Poppy is also a qualified and registered massage therapist, and practices many other complementary therapies. Claire has been involved in the health and fitness industry for over 15 years.
Redhill & Reigate Osteopathy is Adrian Steel's established professional practice based close to Redhill town centre and is now a key provider of high quality treatment and care to the local communityand beyond. Redhill & Reigate Osteopathy is dedicated to the alleviation of discomforting pain for people of all ages and backgrounds, improving quality of life, health and general well-being. Gentle, effective and safe treatment approaches are tailored to each individual patient's needs.
We are a professional, friendly clinic serving the people of Merstham, Godstone, Redhill, Reigate, Bletchingley, Nutfield, Oxted and all surrounding areas and we offer top quality osteopathic care.Principal Mr Damien Harcourt BSc (Hons) Ost Med graduated from the world famous British school of Osteopathy in 2003 and has spent the last 10 years honing his skills in Osteopathic expertise and patient care.
Elizabeth House Osteopaths offers a friendly, community and family orientated Osteopathy service within a conveniently located and newly refurbished state of the art medical practice in Warlingham,East Surrey. Most people seek the help of an Osteopath when they have pain, stiffness, weakness or all of the above in their spine, head or some other joint or muscle.
Cheyham Lodge Osteopathic Practice was originally started in 1993 by Richard Katesmark and initially provided only osteopathic treatment. However, the aim was always to build an integrated healthcarepractice. He therefore expanded the range of services to include Homeopathy, Counselling and an exercise rehabilitation specialist. As a multidisciplinary practice Cheyham Lodge now prides itself on being able to both diagnose and treat an extensive array of different health complaints.
Chris Pinches graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1985 and set up practice in Banstead in the same year. In 1989 he started a second practice from his home in Farnham and now divideshis time between them. Chris enjoys treating the full range and variety of problems that typically present in a 'general Osteopathic Practice'; from the young to the old, sporty to sedentary, back problems to ankle injuries. A particular area of interest is treating pregnant mothers.
I graduated with a 1st class honours from the European School of Osteopathy in 2005 and opened my own practice later that year. It is a small, home-based practice offering a relaxed, comfortableenvironment for treatment. For the most part, I use the gentle, but powerful, cranial approach to osteopathy which is applied to the whole body.
Do you or somebody you know suffer from any of these common musculoskeletal complaints? Do something about it today and take advantage of this months reduced fees for osteopathy - two visits for only£49.00 (further details below) First Visit - New Patient Consultation Past medical history Neurological, orthopaedic and spinal health exam Posture evaluation.
When I first met Claire I was in a lot of pain. I was having great difficulty walking and with my mobility. I had been prescribed medication by a doctor which had eased the pain, but made me feellousy. In three months Claire had me off most of the medication and mobile again. In six months I was feeling better than ever, back pain gone and hip much better.
At Chart Clinic we always take your pain seriously. You will benefit from our honest opinion about your problem and how we plan to remedy it, we will only ever offer you treatments that are needed andwill keep these to a minimum. As well as osteopaths, we have soft tissue therapists working along side us to provide massage. This is offered as both remedial and sports massage therapy.
The Parkview Clinic is a well-established local specialist for back pain & sports injuries. We operate out of three sites in the Reigate area serving the Reigate & Redhill area plus the surroundingvillages. If you've been suffering with any for of musculoskeletal discomfort, aches or pains then please take a look around our site to see how we can help.
As the head Osteopathic Practitioner at both the Glenlyn Medical Centre and the Walton-on-the-Hill Practice, Julie Oliver graduated with a first class honours degree in Osteopathic Medicine and is afully registered member of the General Osteopathic Council, with proven high standards of clinical competence. Julie has also been trained in and is practising both Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Modern Acupuncture / Dry Needling.
Based in Guildford town centre, Kinesis Clinic prides itself on providing the highest quality of Osteopathic and injury rehabilitation services. Treatment can include a full diagnostic biomechanicalassessment, manual treatment, prescribed exercises and sports specific rehabilitation.
Chris graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1985 and set up practice in Banstead in the same year. In 1989 he started a second practice from his home in Farnham and now divides his timebetween them. Chris enjoys treating the full range and variety of problems that typically present in a 'general Osteopathic Practice'; from the young to the old, sporty to sedentary, back problems to ankle injuries. A particular area of interest is treating pregnant mothers.
Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body, and is based on the principle that the well-being of anindividual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together. To an osteopath, for your body to work well, its structure must also work well. So osteopaths work to restore your body to a state of balance, where possible without the use of drugs or surgery.
From the north: Take the A240 to Ewell. Turn left on to A240 south from the roundabout at the end of the dual carriageway. After about two thirds of a mile, turn right on to 'Longdown Lane North'.After 300 yards turn 3rd right on to 'Higher Green' (not 'The Green') and continue to bear right until you reach a white gate across the road. The Corner Retreat will be on your right! From the south: Turn off the A217 at Burgh Heath on to A240 north.
Osteopathy is a gentle safe treatment, which focuses on improving structural integrity and enhancing the body's natural ability to heal itself. Treatment does not have to entail lots of thrust andclicks (although they can be useful at times), most problems will respond to gentle techniques. Patients will be asked to give details of the condition that they wish to be treated and will also be asked about any previous medical history.
The Rêve Pavilion was established in 1988, as a purpose-built natural health clinic to provide the best facilities for osteopathy and natural medicine. At the Rêve Pavilion we believe in the naturalideal of one world - one people - one whole. We aim to treat the whole person - chemical, physical and mental aspects - and we see them become more positive, open, loving and creative. We respect the rights and freedom of individuals and welcome people from all walks of life, races and religions.
I have been practising homeopathy in Reigate for 6 years (formerly at Olimia Baby Shop) and more recently at The Lesbourne Road Clinic on Wednesday afternoons. I have been involved with homeopathy for22 years since my 1st child had repeated anti-biotics and his health did not seem to improve. Homeopathic remedies changed that completely. Not only did his tonsillitis not come back, but his energy levels increased and he was happier.
Osteopaths are trained to have an in depth knowledge of our bodies' structure and function. By structure we mean our anatomy, our bones, blood vessels, nerves and so on. By function we meanphysiology, how our anatomy works to keep our bodies fit and healthy. Using manual hands on techniques, osteopaths work to restore the imbalances found within the body. Effective osteopathic treatment aims to restore a state of health, reducing pain.