Hello, my name is Liz Pegg and I am an Osteopath, Naturopath & Reflexologist with over 24 years experience. My practice is family friendly.
I treat all ages, including babies and children. I run a Mother and Baby clinic, & treat women throughout pregnancy. Using a combination of gentle cranial and structural... [read more]
My name is mark Walsh. I qualified from the European School of Osteopathy in 1985. I been in practice for 30 years. I have also taught Osteopathy at the European School of Osteopathy as well as been a clinic tutor there. I was an external examiner for the register of osteopathy... [read more]
I have been in practice as an osteopath and naturopath for nearly 30 years and am currently working out of clinics in Clapham, Shepherds Bush and Fulham. Improving health is a collaboration between myself and the client and I enjoy the experience of meeting and working with all sorts of people.... [read more]
Hilary Nossiter Our Senior Podiatrist qualified in 1992 with a degree in Podiatric Medicine from Southampton University after 3 years of study. She is registered on the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), which means that she has satisfied their rigorous inclusion criteria, and by continuous updating her learning skills... [read more]
We are a multi therapy practice in central London next to Kings Cross. We offer Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Massage Therapies, Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Nutritional Therapy, Psychotherapy, Orthopaedic consultations and other therapies. We have been established in 1997 and we have an excellent record of professional and affordable therapy services. We invite you... [read more]
Robert is the principle osteopath at Sollus Healthcare based in Northampton.
Osteopaths don't just treat 'bad backs' !! We are also pretty good at treating Neck Pain, Headaches, Arthritic Pain, Shoulder and Arm pain, Sciatica, Frozen shoulder etc.
We have expertise in resolving work-related postural problems whether you are a computer user,... [read more]
My undergraduate training took place in sunny Tunis, in the Lycee Carnot.I was brought up in the midst of creative talented parents who inspired ethics of perfectionism. My postgraduate life started in Grenoble at the university learning exact sciences, later my interest in natural ways of living and healing... [read more]
Dorset based Joanna Figg-Latham qualified with 1st class honours at the European School of Osteopathy in Kent and gained an integrated Masters degree in Osteopathy. After qualifying as an osteopath, Joanna trained in sports massage and studied postgraduate Medical Acupuncture. She is passionate about using her skills to help with the... [read more]
Osteopathy is an effective form of hands-on healthcare that aims to improve how the body functions to reduce pain and improve people's quality of life.
Osteopaths help a wide variety of people from unsettled children, pregnant women, elite athletes through to the elderly for a variety of reasons including:
Osteopaths are regulated and highly trained healthcare professionals, therefore it is not necessary to visit your doctor before your first appointment. At the initial consultation a full case history and a physical examination will determine what is causing the problem and the osteopath will devise a specific treatment plan for you. This will often be a combination of hands-on treatment and advice regarding stretching, exercises and lifestyle factors, where appropriate.
During the four years it takes to train to be an osteopath, and with the continual professional development that we undertake, a wide variety of different styles of hands-on treatment are learned. Therefore, treatment will vary between different people depending on their diagnosis, age and their overall fitness and health. However, it often involves specific soft tissue massage, joint articulation (stretching) and joint manipulation or more subtle cranial osteopathic techniques.
Therefore, whatever your age or the pain and challenges you face, there is usually something an osteopath can do to help.
Text kindly supplied by Dougal Cram.
Osteopathy is regulated by UK law. Practitioners must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). All Osteopaths on the site have indicated they are a registered practitioner, however it is advised you also make the necessary checks.