fbpx

Don't Miss My Free Sciatica Webinar on April 24th 2024 - SIGN UP NOW!

A man is riding a bike downhill, heading towards the sports injury clinic.

Mon-Fri
9am – 6pm

North London
020 7692 1818

Osteopathy in North London & Woking

Leading osteopathic treatment at our North London and Woking clinics

Our Osteopathic Treatment

Osteopathy is commonly thought of as something to help with back pain and neck pain but it can be used to treat other acute and chronic pain as well as a range of conditions such as headaches and migraines, IBS, allergies and gynaecological problems.

The role of Osteopathy focuses on but is not limited to the treatment and rehabilitation of pains in the muscles and joints.

As an Osteopath in Woking & North London, I treat many people from all walks of life, and treat both acute and chronic back pain or any other form of painful joint or muscle.  For example people often experience back pain after exercise or exertion and Osteopathic treatment can help somebody recover quickly to get back to the activities, whether at high level or just recreational.

Is Osteopathy Safe?

People often ask is Osteopathy safe.  You will be pleased to hear that the answer is a resounding yes. The side effect after treatment is sometimes soreness and aching which can last a few days, but these side effects are minor.

Osteopathy is recognised by the NHS and is one of the 14 recognised Allied Health Professions. Osteopathic treatment is also covered by many health insurances.

Currently the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE), recommends both Osteopathy and Acupuncture in the treatment of low back pain.

(continued below)

Testimonials

Have you seen an osteopath, chiropractor or physiotherapist before and did you get the results you needed? If not, you’re now in the hands of an expert. Read the reviews from all types of people including doctors, consultants, BBC presenters and more. 

Conditions We Treat

The role of Osteopathy focuses on but is not limited to the treatment and rehabilitation of pains in the muscles and joints, and is very commonly thought of for pain in the back or neck.

As a primary care profession Osteopathy can be used to help treat other conditions beside that of back pain, muscles, and joints such as osteoarthritis of the hip and knee, other conditions that are treatable include headaches and migraines, menstrual disorders, nerve pains such as Sciatica.

There are many conditions that Osteopathy can treat, below are listed the more common conditions that are treated here at may practice in Woking, Surrey.

Should you suffer from any of the above or indeed any other joint or health problem, we are likely, with our multidiscipline approach to be able to make a difference. If we cannot help we will tell you so.

A woman is sitting on a bed with her back pain, seeking relief from osteopathy treatment.

Our Clinics

Osteopathy is available at our London Highgate Clinic and Woking Clinic

What Techniques do Osteopaths Use?

An osteopath is able to blend different manual techniques to
help improve skeletal function and can help someone recover quickly. Some osteopathic techniques you may have heard of include:

High velocity thrust: A characteristic of osteopathic treatment, causing a harmless ‘click’ or ‘crack’ as joints or vertebrae are moved back into alignment.

Myofascial release and deep tissue massage: Where soft tissue is manipulated, stretched and released.

Joint mobilisation: Joints are moved through a range
of motion to enhance general mobility and to help stretch joints

Muscle Energy Techniques: A force is applied against
a patient’s active force and which can help reduce muscle tension

Strain/Counter strain: Where tension around a joint
is reduced by putting a joint in a position of maximum ease

Dry needling: also known as trigger point therapy.

 

An osteopathy session where a woman receives a neck massage.

Free Information Packs

Beat Common Aches and Pains With My Free Guides

LOW BACK PAIN Osteopathy

Click Here To Download Your Free Info Pack:

5 Simple Ways On How To Help Reduce Your Low Back Pain

A guidebook showcasing 5 simple ways to alleviate neck and shoulder pain, along with an image of a person suffering from neck discomfort.

Click Here To Download Your Free Info Pack:

5 Simple Ways to Help your Neck and Shoulder Pain

A book offering simple ways to alleviate neck and shoulder pain through exercises and self-care techniques.

Click Here To Download Your Free Info Pack:

5 Simple Ways To Help Reduce Shoulder Pain & Improve Mobility

A book offering 5 simple ways to alleviate neck and shoulder pain, featuring a woman's head on the cover.

Click Here To Download Your Free Info Pack:

5 Simple Ways To Help Reduce Shoulder Pain & Improve Mobility

Headaches

A book providing helpful remedies for neck and shoulder pain.

Click Here To Download Your Free Info Pack:

5 Simple Ways To Help Reduce Your Annoying Knee Pain

My free guides each contain 5 simple ways to reduce some of the most common aches and pains without resorting to medication or invasive treatments.

You’ll also be added to my mailing list to receive a series of other material including factsheets and videos to help you stay healthy, and if you need any extra advice I’m always here to help.

Unsubscribe at any time

Book An Appointment

You can book an appointment for osteopathy at our London or Woking clinics quickly and easily using our online system. Alternatively, please contact us if you would prefer a free 15-minute telephone consultation to learn more about whether we can help you.

Contact Us

Please fill in this form to request a call back. We can call you back if you wish to discuss your particular problem, and more importantly how I can help.