Standard Osteopaths in West Midlands Listings
Stourbridge Osteopathic & Acupuncture Clinic
Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 3UR
After qualifying at the British School of Osteopathy in 1986, Peter Rees opened the practice, which was initially situated in Wollaston, Stourbridge. He was the first registered Osteopath in Stourbridge, and in 1993, he graduated from The British College of Acupuncture. The clinic offers both Osteopathic, and Acupuncture treatment, and specialises in the treatment of back pain, neck pain, spinal pain and joint pain.
The clinic has relaxing, ground floor treatment rooms, with full wheelchair access and excellent on site parking facilities.
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Osteopractitioner - Registered Osteopath
Solihull, West Midlands, B93 0LN
Emma has trained for five years to become an osteopath, during this time she has gained experience within different clinics, which has provided her with a great opportunity to perfect her techniques for treatment.
Emma practices offering a wide range of osteopathic techniques, these include soft tissue massage, stretching techniques, joint mobilisation or manipulation techniques, to help restore and improve movement within joints of the body and spine. Emma can also offer a more gentle technique called cranial osteopathy. Emma offers Osteopathy in Solihull and Osteopathy in Knowle.
Emma has previously studied a degree in Sports and Exercise Science (BSc Hons) and has a keen interest in sport injuries rehabilitation and treatment. Other interests include pregnancy and cranial osteopathy.
Emma is a member of the General Osteopathic Council, British Osteopathic Association and the Register of Exercise professionals.
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Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV5 9JB
What is osteopathy?
Osteopaths are recognised as healthcare professionals by the British Medical Association.
Osteopaths believe by correcting problems in the body's structure, the body's ability to function and to heal itself could be greatly improved.
If the nerves, arteries and veins which provide nutrients or stimuli to a particular part of the body become obstructed through injury, illness and lifestyle factors, that part of the body it supplies can suffer as a result.
It is therefore the Osteopaths job through their thorough knowledge of anatomy, physiology and clinical experience to locate, identify (diagnose) and remove these obstructions (restrictions) therefore restoring health and wellbeing.
What conditions do Osteopaths Treat?
Low Back pain, neck and shoulder pain.
Headaches and migraine;
Aches and pains in pregnancy.
Sciatica, joint problems.
Safe in our hands
Osteopaths are one of only two complementary therapists regulated by law. They are described as statutorily regulated health professionals and form an integral part of primary care teams. GPs can and often do safely refer patients to osteopaths.
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