What is osteopathic care:

Our body can be compared to a car. If one of the wheels on your car isn’t quite straight, the car may be ok to function to start with, but over time it will start to wear out. Eventually, the remaining wheels also wear out. You could replace one or all of the wheels but unless the first wheel is realigned correctly, the problem will keep on recurring. Similarly, body is a unit, and a poor structure can affect everything.


Osteopaths are facilitators to health, helping your body get back to its proper structure. Osteopathic care goal is to align all layers of structures so the body can do it’s natural healing and function as it’s designed to. 

Will it hurt?

Adjustments should not be painful when carried out correctly by a qualified practitioner. If you have an acute muscle spasm, there may be some discomfort. Every patient responds differently to care and you may feel sore while your body starts to adjust. Please be advised that your practitioner will tell you if this is likely to happen.

I’m not sure if the osteopathic care is for me?

Osteopathic care is suitable for everyone. Please book a free 10-minute consultation with us. We will be happy to talk about our osteopathic care if you’re not sure whether the care is appropriate for you or not. We will happily help you find the best port-of-call.

Science behind osteopathy?

According to the NHS, there are some evidence to suggest that osteopathy may be effective for some types of neck, shoulder, lower limb pain, some types of headaches and recover after hip or knee operations.


In May 2009 the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) published a guideline to improve the early management of low back pain. According to the guidelines, manual therapy including spinal manipulation, joint mobilisation, and massage are be considered as non-invasive treatment for low back pain with or without sciatica.


This treatment may be provided by a range of healthcare practitioners including osteopaths.

Accessing osteopathy

You do not need to be referred by your GP to see an osteopath privately. Most private health insurance providers also provide cover for osteopathic treatment

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