Osteopathy clinics in Cambridge and Ely
We value our personable approach in working closely with patients to explain treatments and develop programmes to full recovery.
We run clinics in Cambridge and Ely providing cover for 6 days a week. We can also arrange to visit you in your home.
Osteopathy is able to aid healing, encourage healthy tissues and reduce pain levels cross the whole body from babies to the elderly.
Osteopathy is non-invasive and can treat a wide variety of conditions. It uses manual techniques in the movement of joints and tissues to resolve temporary problems or maintain chronic problems at a manageable level.
For our Cambridge Osteopath clinic please
call 01223 248 233
For our Ely Osteopath clinic please
call 01353 666 384
Some Conditions We Treat Include
- Generalised aches and pains
- Osteoarthritic joint pains including hip and knee pain
- Arthritic pain
- General, acute & chronic neck & back pain, including lumbago
- Headache / migraine prevention
- Frozen shoulder/ shoulder
- Elbow pain including tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) & golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis)
- Circulatory problems
- Sports injuries and tension
- Muscle cramp
- Digestion problems
- Muscle spasms
- Inability to relax
- Rheumatic pain
What to expect when you visit
In your first visit to the practice we will discuss your medical health and your current problem. This is followed by an examination which may involve you carrying out some simple movements.
We recognise that each patient is different and so the type of treatment you receive will be tailored for you and your individual diagnosis.
Click here to see an overview of the techniques we may use in treatment.
Explaining what we are doing and what we want to achieve in treatment is important and so questions during the consultation are welcomed.
We may refer you to your GP for other investigations such as an X-ray or blood test or to recommend an MRI from an appropriate Consultant.
Osteopathy is a hands-on treatment using an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics to adjust poor musculoskeletal function, allowing the body to heal naturally and efficiently. The practice of osteopathy is unique in that diagnosis and treatment is partially achieved by a highly developed sense of touch.
Osteopaths have to complete a 4-5 year full-time degree where they develop clinical skills to diagnose mechanical problems and refer on more serious cases if necessary. They are committed to furthering and updating their clinical knowledge through mandatory Continuing Professional Development.
All Osteopaths are registered with The General Osteopathic Council that was established under the Osteopathy Act (1993) to regulate Osteopathy in the UK.
Patients do not need a referral from their GP though Osteopathic treatment may be suggested by their Doctor.