What is Osteopathy?
Osteopaths work with the spine, muscles, joints and other structures of the body to treat a wide range of issues.
All osteopaths must have an accredited degree in osteopathy, which requires a minimum of four to five years of study.
Our training covers the assessment of, and medically diagnosing, conditions.
At Origin Health, our highly skilled osteopathic team will work with you to diagnose and treat the underlying causes of your pain.
We treat many conditions, including: lower back pain, sciatica, neck pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain, foot and ankle pain, elbow pain and hand & wrist pain.
Initial Consultation: £65
Follow-up Consultation: £60
Initial Consultation: £55
Follow-up Consultation: £50
Origin Health’s Osteopaths & Treatments
We want to give all our clients a level of healthcare that gets them back to their best as quickly as possible.
As well as manual treatments, our osteopaths are qualified in the use of modern, clinically evidence-based technology.
These include shockwave therapy, theraguns, dry needling, and Kinesio Tape, all of which we can employ to deliver the highest standards of healthcare for our clients and resolve pain and injury.
In addition, we have direct access to other colleagues on the Origin Health team who work in conjunction with us to provide clients with nutrition advice, sports massage, therapeutic massage, yoga, Pilates, reflexology and sports rehabilitation plans.
We also have our own in-house infra-red sauna – a wonderful way to help prepare your muscles for a deep tissue or sports massage.
All osteopaths must register with the General Osteopathic Council and undertake regular professional training.
Our osteopaths are covered by most private medical insurers.
Read more about what to expect on your first visit to an osteopath >
It’s not only our team at Origin Health who can support your recovery. We work with a large network of clinical and medical experts, including local doctors, MRI and CT scanning facilities. We can refer you, if required, to ensure that you see the right specialist to treat your pain.
Please contact our osteopathic team for further advice and information.