With heavy hearts and after much deliberation, we have decided to close the clinics in the light of Covid-19. We want to keep you and ourselves safe and well.
As of Monday 23rd March, we will be closed for face to face consultations in the clinics. We will instead be offering telephone and/or video consultations.
During a telephone and/or video consultation, we will be able to:
– record updates to your health, as usual
– advise on appropriate forms of self-help for pain relief, including use of balls, foam rollers etc.
– check your alignment and movement patterns
– demonstrate (and email you a copy) exercises which will form an individual tailored program, just for you
– recommend any lifestyle changes we consider helpful to support your recovery
For all clinics, please telephone 07500 019487 to arrange a call.
We’re not sure when normal service will be able to resume, but we will endeavour to let you all know as soon as possible.
Sharon, Liz and Evie
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We are Registered Osteopaths located in the Wiltshire towns of Devizes, Pewsey and Amesbury.
Osteopathy is a gentle and effective hands-on approach to healthcare, based on the principle that the way your body moves influences how it functions. Osteopaths are highly competent healthcare professionals, recognised by the NHS as fully qualified to diagnose and treat independently.
Over 30,000 people every day visit an osteopath suffering from a variety of conditions including neck or back pain, joint or muscular pain, sports injuries, recurring headaches and more. Many patients are pregnant women and children, those suffering with work strain, or pain and stiffness related to advancing years.
Osteopathic treatment is tailored towards the needs of the individual, rather than using a ‘one size fits all’ process.
As you don’t need a referral from your doctor to see an osteopath, you will typically be able to see an osteopath quickly, without the long waiting times that often occur with other treatment options.
All Osteopaths must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), and I am also a member of the Institute of Osteopathy (iO). Both exist to raise standards of osteopathic care and improve understanding and awareness of the benefits of osteopathy amongst the public and fellow health professionals.
The iO Patient Charter outlines the consistently high standards of service that all Osteopaths aspire to and what you can expect when you see a Registered Osteopath.