Conditions We Treat

We treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and other problems


Back Pain

Osteopaths are spinal specialists. We can treat most causes of back pain, and help with spinal alignment and posture. See our back pain clinic page.

Neck Pain

We can treat most neck pains caused by mechanical reasons, sprains, strains and poor posture.

Joint Pain

Osteopaths can treat most joint pains including hips, knees and elbows.

Frozen Shoulder

We can treat frozen shoulder, reducing pain and stiffness and speeding up your recovery.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are repetitive strain injuries which respond to osteopathic treatment.


Osteopaths are able to treat headaches when they arise from the neck, known as cervicogenic headaches.

Pregnancy Related Conditions

Osteopaths can help with musculoskeletal issues brought on as a result of pregnancy, e.g. back and neck pain.

Nerve Pain / Neuralgia

Neuralgia is a condition which affects the nerves, causing a sensation of pain, and is treatable with osteopathy.


Osteopaths frequently treat sciatica, a common condition causing pain in the hip and leg.

Sports Injuries

Osteopaths can treat a wide range of minor sports injuries such as sprains, strains, and overuse injuries. See our sports injury clinic page.

Muscular Problems

Osteopaths can help with muscular problems resulting from overuse or repetition, and with sprains and strains.

Postural Problems

Osteopaths are experts on spinal alignment, and can help advise on and improve your posture.

Arthritic Pain

Osteopaths can treat joint pain from osteoarthritis, as an addition to core osteoarthritis treatments and exercise


Osteopaths can treat fibromyalgia and related musculoskeletal issues, helping to manage the condition and reduce pain.

Rheumatic Pain

Rheumatic pain, or pain in the joints of the body, is often treated with osteopathy.

Inability to Relax

Osteopathy relaxes the muscles of the body and improves spinal alignment, which many people find helps them to relax.

Children and Babies

Osteopathy is suitable for people of any age, and we often treat musculoskeletal issues in children and babies.

General Aches and Pains

Osteopaths can help with many generalised aches and pains from everyday activity such as gardening, housework, etc.

First Contact Practitioners

Not Sure If We Can Help?

Osteopaths are trained First Contact Practitioners, meaning we can assess your problem and refer you for other treatments, or for scans and X-rays if appropriate. This ensures you will receive the correct treatment for you if your problem is complex, or outside of the scope of osteopathic treatment.

If you’re not sure whether we can help, you can also contact us and a practitioner will be happy to advise you over the phone.

Podiatry and Chiropody

Diabetic Foot Care

Regular podiatrist appointments can help with nerve damage and keeping your feet healthy.

Ingrown Toenails

We frequently treat ingrown toenails and have a fixed-price service. Please contact us.

Callouses and Corns

A chiropodist can help to remove corns and callouses and to keep your feet soft and healthy.


Verrucas are treated with chemical treatment, freezing, or with very minor surgery under local anaesthetic.

Athlete's Foot

Athlete’s foot can be treated with chiropody, reducing itching and preventing the spread of infection.

Sweaty Feet & Foot Odour

Our chiropodist can help you with excess foot sweating and embarrassing food odour.

Childhood Foot & Posture Problems

Children can also be seen by a podiatrist, who can advise whether postural problems have a mechanical basis and provide corrective insoles if required.

Dry / Cracked Heels

Chiropodists can treat dry and cracked heels, keeping your skin soft and healthy.

Biomechanical Assessment

Podiatrists are experts at assessing your stance, gait and posture, which can help to identify and remedy other problems.

Postural Problems

A podiatrist can assess your posture and advise whether any problems stem from your feet and stance.

Orthotic Insoles

A podiatrist can advise whether orthotic insoles can be helpful, and advise on the right product for you.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis causes pain in the heel, typically in people who do a lot of running or walking.

Knee, Hip and Back Pain

Podiatry can help with joint pain further up the body, in cases where the problem stems from the feet or gait.

Easy Online Booking

Book an Appointment

Booking is quick and easy with our online system, allowing you to select the appointment you want, and to book and pay online.

If there is anything you would like to discuss before making an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please also note we have a 24h cancellation policy.

  • Initial Osteopathy Appointment £45

    Initial appointment for new patients

  • Follow-up Osteopathy Appointment £45

    Follow-up appointment for continuing treatment

  • Initial Podiatry / Chiropody Appointment £45

    Initial appointment for new patients

  • Follow-up Podiatry Chiropody Appointment £35

    Follow-up appointment for continuing treatment