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We apologise for any inconveniece caused
We have been treating and giving advice on
aches, pains strains and sprains since 1995
Osteopathy is not just for bad backs
Common conditions seen are:
Sports and other injuries, back and neck pain, pain of arthritis, sciatica, shoulder and arm problems, pelvis, hip and leg problems, knee ankle and foot problems.
Osteopaths are trained for four to five years for an undergraduate degree. This is similar to a medical degree with more emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletal conditions. Osteopaths are qualified professionals registered with the General Osteopathic Council, who are skilled in diagnosis and treatment. Osteopathy is complementary to and supportive of Medicine, It is primarily a ‘hands on’ manual therapy using a wide variety of treatment modalities, including:
Adjuncts to osteopathic treatment may also be used such as:
What can you expect on your first visit?
Your first visit will take approximately one hour and will include:
Follow up treatments are approximately 30 minutes.
In order to accurately assess the area to be treated, you may be asked to remove a certain amount of clothing. You will need to wear sensible underwear or shorts. Patients may bring a chaperone to any treatment.
For a more indepth explanation, please see the 'What to Expect' section
Orchard House Health
50 The Drive
9.00 - 12.30
2.00 - 7.00
2.00 - 7.00
Morning session (Tom)
09.00 - 1.00
Afternoon session (Jon)
2.00 - 6.00
To make an appointment or to check availability please call
all sessions are £50 per session.