Osteopathy can help treat arthritic pain, acute & chronic back ache, muscle spasms, lumbago, sciatica and more.
Whether it’s neck related headaches, tension, arthritic pains, muscle spasms or joint pains, osteopathy can help.
Sometimes known as a ‘trapped nerve’ with pains travelling down the leg, we as osteopaths can help treat sciatic pain.
Osteopathy can help with neck related (cervicogenic) headaches and migrane prevention.
Arthritic pains can effect many areas of the body and we’re here to help reduce your arthritic pains.
We also treat other joint pains, muscle spasms, sports injuries, neuralgia and more. Contact us if you have any questions.
Feel confident knowing you’re coming to the right place. Learn more below about what to expect when you visit us and if Osteopathy can help you.
We will listen to you about your injury as we aim to find out exactly what structure is causing the problem. By asking you questions, we will be able to discover what we need to examine further to give you an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan.
This simple process looks at your posture, how you stand and how you move. We look at the whole body as we tend to find that the problem is often caused by other areas. To provide you with a safe experience, we may take your blood pressure, reflexes and test your muscle strength.
We tailor every treatment to each individual as its based on age, fitness levels and diagnosis. Gentle hands-on techniques focus on relieving tension, tightness and pain by stretching, moving and manipulating muscles, nerves, joints and other soft tissue.
We’ve found that hands-on treatment paired with exercises and lifestyle advice works best. Don’t worry about remembering what we suggest as we write everything down for you or provide video resources for your convenience.
Initial Assessment – £43.
Follow-up Sessions – £43
You don’t need to bring anything special along to your treatment with us.
It may be necessary to ask you to lift up or remove some items of clothing. We encourage bringing loose items of clothing such as baggy shorts and loose-fitting garments to ensure you don’t feel uncomfortable as we assess the area of concern.
We will take a case history to ask you about your problem. We will then examine the area and perform some simple tests.
After this we will give you a diagnosis, a treatment plan and then provide you with a tailored treatment. This might include massage, manipulation and exercise adivce.
Osteopathy is usually a very gentle process and we work very hard to make the treatment as painless as possible but you may experience some slight discomfort during the session. Don’t worry though, we will be in constant dialogue with you and if anything is sore then just let us know and we can stop.
You can be confident that osteopaths have the highest level of training and expertise, and will provide a safe and effective diagnosis and treatment for you.
In the UK, the osteopathic profession is regulated by the General Osteopathic Council and osteopaths are trained to degree level, taking a minimum of four years, including over 1000 hours of contact time with patients at undergraduate level.
You do not need to tell your GP before consulting with an osteopath, but you can do if you wish.
We are open for business and are seeing customers in clinic. When you book an appointment with us you will receive, by email, a crucial set of pre-appointment screening questions you must read before you attend your appointment.
This email will also contain a summary of the thorough infection control procedures and practises we have in place to minimise the risk of infection.
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Tim Wood Healthcare