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Clayhall osteopathic health clinic

Osteopath & Naturopath Sharmila Muralitharan is a state registered practitioner of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and member of the British Osteopathic Association (BOA). She graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in the UK. Sharmila has clinic sessions each week in Redbridge (Clayhall/Ilford) as well as at well established practices in Luton and Walthamstow. opening time Mon-Fri 9.00 AM to 6.30 PM Sat -Sun 10.00 AM to 4.00PM Why visit an Osteopath? Herbs Osteopathy is an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment of injuries and conditions based around the structure and function of the body. Osteopaths look at how the parts of the body interact; the bones, joints, ligaments, discs, muscles, tendons and nerves. Osteopaths can help reduce the risk of further injuries due to a change in the body''s working patterns to compensate for the original complaint with effective osteopathic treatments. Based in Clayhall, in the heart of the London Borough of Redbridge, The Osteopathic Clinic of Physical Medicine goes a step further - Sharmila is a Naturopathic Osteopath. Naturopathy is a system of preventative and therapeutic medicine which looks at all of the factors affecting the body''s inherent healing mechanisms. Combined with Osteopathy it can be very effective when treating conditions, taking account diet, lifestyle, working environment and all of the contributing factors to determine an effective solution. And osteopathy is not just for curing injuries... By repairing the mechanics of the body, it''s ability to function at a higher level is achieved, great for anyone who enjoys sport and wants to improve their game. most other insurance companies accepted DOES OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT HURT? The aim of osteopathic treatment is to reduce the pain that you are experiencing, not to increase it Clayhall OsteopathsAM I TOO OLD OR IS MY CHILD TOO YOUNG FOR TREATMENT? Age is not a barrier to treatment as the treatment is tailored to suit individual needs Clayhall OsteopathsHOW MANY TREATMENT SESSIONS WILL I NEED? Until you are fully assessed through a consultation, this is difficult to answer. Some straightforward cases resolve in one or a few treatments. If a condition is complicated or has been going on for a very long time then more sessions might be necessary. Clayhall OsteopathsWHAT WOULD MY GP SAY? Your GP may well have referred you. Osteopaths are musculoskeletal specialists and many GPs send patients with physical conditions to osteopaths for treatment. Where necessary, and with your permission we write to your GP informing them of your progress so that you receive the best care from all those involved in looking after your health. Clayhall OsteopathsARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS FROM TREATMENTS? Generally, these are very rare. You might experience some tiredness a few days afterwards but this usually passes very quickly. Osteopathy is a very safe and effective form of treatment and most people feel a great deal better for it. Clayhall OsteopathsIS OSTEOPATHY ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE? A recent parliamentary report described Osteopathy as "a distinct system of manual medicine in its own right". It is illegal to practice as an Osteopath unless properly trained and registered with the General osteopathic Council. Clayhall OsteopathsIS THERE A WAITING LIST FOR TREATMENT? Appointments are usually made either on the day or within a couple of days of your call at most. We always aim to see you as soon as possible.

Clayhall osteopathic health clinic
420 clayhall avenue clayhall
Chigwell
Essex
IG50SH
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Osteopath & Naturopath Sharmila Muralitharan is a state registered practitioner of the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and member of the British Osteopathic Association (BOA). She graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in the UK. Sharmila has clinic sessions each week in Redbridge (Clayhall/Ilford) as well as at well established practices in Luton and Walthamstow. opening time Mon-Fri 9.00 AM to 6.30 PM Sat -Sun 10.00 AM to 4.00PM Why visit an Osteopath? Herbs Osteopathy is an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment of injuries and conditions based around the structure and function of the body. Osteopaths look at how the parts of the body interact; the bones, joints, ligaments, discs, muscles, tendons and nerves. Osteopaths can help reduce the risk of further injuries due to a change in the body''s working patterns to compensate for the original complaint with effective osteopathic treatments. Based in Clayhall, in the heart of the London Borough of Redbridge, The Osteopathic Clinic of Physical Medicine goes a step further - Sharmila is a Naturopathic Osteopath. Naturopathy is a system of preventative and therapeutic medicine which looks at all of the factors affecting the body''s inherent healing mechanisms. Combined with Osteopathy it can be very effective when treating conditions, taking account diet, lifestyle, working environment and all of the contributing factors to determine an effective solution. And osteopathy is not just for curing injuries... By repairing the mechanics of the body, it''s ability to function at a higher level is achieved, great for anyone who enjoys sport and wants to improve their game. most other insurance companies accepted DOES OSTEOPATHIC TREATMENT HURT? The aim of osteopathic treatment is to reduce the pain that you are experiencing, not to increase it Clayhall OsteopathsAM I TOO OLD OR IS MY CHILD TOO YOUNG FOR TREATMENT? Age is not a barrier to treatment as the treatment is tailored to suit individual needs Clayhall OsteopathsHOW MANY TREATMENT SESSIONS WILL I NEED? Until you are fully assessed through a consultation, this is difficult to answer. Some straightforward cases resolve in one or a few treatments. If a condition is complicated or has been going on for a very long time then more sessions might be necessary. Clayhall OsteopathsWHAT WOULD MY GP SAY? Your GP may well have referred you. Osteopaths are musculoskeletal specialists and many GPs send patients with physical conditions to osteopaths for treatment. Where necessary, and with your permission we write to your GP informing them of your progress so that you receive the best care from all those involved in looking after your health. Clayhall OsteopathsARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS FROM TREATMENTS? Generally, these are very rare. You might experience some tiredness a few days afterwards but this usually passes very quickly. Osteopathy is a very safe and effective form of treatment and most people feel a great deal better for it. Clayhall OsteopathsIS OSTEOPATHY ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE? A recent parliamentary report described Osteopathy as "a distinct system of manual medicine in its own right". It is illegal to practice as an Osteopath unless properly trained and registered with the General osteopathic Council. Clayhall OsteopathsIS THERE A WAITING LIST FOR TREATMENT? Appointments are usually made either on the day or within a couple of days of your call at most. We always aim to see you as soon as possible.