Osteopathy is an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment, which is a safe and natural approach to healthcare. It focuses on the musculoskeletal system, the bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues and how this inter-relates to the body as a whole. Our treatments are, individually tailored towards each patient and diagnosis is carried out through discussion, observation and touch. Gentle stretching and mobilising techniques, as well as joint manipulation, are used to help facilitate healing. It is a requirement for osteopaths to register with the General Osteopathic Council.
Who do you treat?
Our patients range from children to older adults, athletes to weekend warriors. Conditions treated may include joint pain, back problems, neck pain, frozen shoulders, sports injuries, arthritic pains, osteoarthritis and much more. We treat using traditional structural and sports massage.
How can osteopathy help you?
Many conditions may benefit from osteopathic treatment. However, you do not need to be in pain to visit an osteopath. You may require postural alignment due to imbalances caused by either recreational or occupational activities, or even to release tension that has built up in your body as a consequence of stress. If symptoms persist, we can refer you to your GP or for a private x-ray or scan.
BSc (Hons) Ost
Claire Gregory is a 2002 graduate from the British School of Osteopathy. She has a keen interest in treating all levels of athletes, and has worked with The British Bobsleigh team, the Samoan Rugby team, and local running clubs.
When she is not working directly with patients, she contributes to the continued improvement of patient safety by working with the General Osteopathic Council. Claire likes to embrace new challenges and enjoys skiing and diving in her spare time. She also has a certificate in fire walking.
Sally qualified from the London School of Osteopathy with Honours and has since been within Wiltshire. Prior to becoming an osteopath, Sally specialised in the biomechanics of human movement and sports injuries. She works with a range of patients from Elite Olympic athletes, military soldiers and individuals from all walks of life within the community.
Sally spent a year working within the specialist baby and mother clinic at the LSO and currently treats many mums to be. She completed an in-depth thesis exploring the benefits and use of osteopathy for patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Sally now integrates traditional osteopathic techniques with a whole-body approach to movement assessment, treatment, rehabilitation and long-term health. Sally has completed a master class diploma in NAT for frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) and works closely with patients to minimize the impact it has on their lack of range of motion and pain.