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Initial consultation includes: 
Full diagnostic assessment
Medical case history including detailed questioning around issues & your personal health goals
Physical structural analysis + testing required eg: reflexes, blood pressure
A full Osteopathic hands on treatment tailored  to each individual case. 

Follow Appointments include: 
Check up on progress
Hands on treatment
Maintenance advice and further support in reaching health goals

What is Osteopathy?


Osteopathy is a diagnosis system and treatment for various different medical conditions. Osteopathy looks at the structure and function of the body. Osteopathy is centered around the principle that the well-being of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues functioning smoothly together.

"Osteopaths work to restore your body to a state of balance, where possible without the use of drugs or surgery. Osteopaths use touch, physical manipulation, stretching and massage to increase the mobility of joints, to relieve muscle tension, to enhance the blood and nerve supply to tissues, and to help your body’s own healing mechanisms. They may also provide advice on posture and exercise to aid recovery, promote health and prevent symptoms recurring." General Osteopathic Council, Source here

What does Osteopathy treat?

Osteopathy can treat many health concerns below are some that have reported beneficial change. 

Patients seek treatment for a wide variety of conditions all of which we address, by preventing pain and restoring function & movement.

Problems we often see include: 

  • Back pain & Neck pain

  • Work-Related Injuries

  • Pregnancy-Related Pain

  • Postural problems

  • The pain of arthritis

  • Sports injuries

  • Repetitive strain injuries

  • Headaches

  • Childhood & Adolescent

  • Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries

Our Osteopaths?

we understand the importance of knowing who you will be treated by so we have included a bit about our osteopaths backgrounds and approach


Sarah graduated from the College of Osteopaths gaining the John Brown Memorial Award of which she is enormously proud. She has practiced around the world including Harley Street, Ischia in the Bay of Naples and the Cotswolds.  

Having lectured at Oxford Brookes and Swansea University’s where she was also admissions tutor, an educational approach drives the way Sarah practices.  Sarah equips her patients with the knowledge that enables them to understand how their body's work and manage any health related issues.



Steve is a graduate of the British School of Osteopathy and has worked in practices in both the U.K and Dubai. He is a structural based osteopath who looks at how the muscles and skeleton interact with each other and applies his knowledge to help with the bodies overall well-being. Steve also uses “Dry Needling” which is acupuncture in the Western form of medicine and “Kineseo Taping” to help in the overall process of healing.

He also holds FIFA’s Diploma in Football Medicine.

How Many Treatments will you need?

Results from years of treating 

On average most patients require a minimum of 3 treatments and a maximum of 8. We are always happy when patients do not need to return however we recommend  a yearly check in once you've returned to full  health and movement to ensure maintenance. 


(Water Osteopathy)


Sometimes you may feel you are in too much pain to be pulled about and manipulated, and that even the smallest amount of movement may increase your pain. 

In these circumstances we recommend Water Osteopathy! 

Water Osteopathy is the application of Osteopathic principals and treatment, utilising the spa pool, sauna, steam room & pool here at our clinic. 

The application of Osteopathic techniques whilst in water allows your body to be more easily decompressed. This is due to the natural effect that water has on us & means that you will be more comfortable and in less pain during and after your session. Many of the structures that are being compromised may be more easily treated in this way. 

A great deal of research has been done on the therapeutic effects of hydrotherapy and when you couple this with the application of Osteopathy in the water the results are quite remarkable! 

Your first appointment will start the same as a normal Osteopathic consultation with a full case history being taken. The gathering of this information about your injury and your past medical history is vitally important and helps us to be able to ensure your safety and assess your suitability for Water Osteopathy. 

Once you are happy with the proposed treatment plan your Osteopath will show you through to the changing area which leads through to the pool, where your treatment will commence. Use of one or more of the facilities including spa pool, sauna, steam room & pool will be incorporated in to your treatment. The application of Osteopathic treatment including soft tissue massage, spinal & peripheral manipulation as well as functional and cranial techniques will be applied in the water. 

Following your treatment you will be shown back to the changing area and then taken back through to the rehab centre, here you will be given specific advice to follow regarding your diagnosis and pain. This advice may include information on how to improve your general function in order to restore a more normal movement pattern and help decrease your pain! 

The use of the changing areas and showers are available both before and after your treatment session! 

To book an appointment, call us on 01793 250023 or email 




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