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Wednesday 1st July 2020
Osteopathy For Life reopens on Thursday 2nd July after lock-down. The move to new offices enables us to be Covid-compliant to ensure the saftey of patients and staff alike.
Thursday 7th May 2020
May 1st is loyalty day and as a token of appreciation to our loyal patients over the years and to offer some value-benefit in these difficult times we have created some attractive Forward Payment Loyalty options. Find out more.....
Monday 30th March 2020
Due to the Coronavirus crisis and the vital need to follow all social-distancing advice strictly, Osteopathy For Life is now offering online video and telephone osteopathy consultations.
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Monday 23rd March 2020
After due consideration and in line with Government guidelines. I have made the decision to temporarily close the practice as of today.
Saturday 14th October 2017
Please Note: New Clinic Times as from 16th October 2017 Clinic opening hours have been extended. See here
Sunday 30th November 2014
I was recently pleased to have the opportunity to meet with and give a talk to a group of specialist bike fitters from around the country. My input was to help them give an initial assessment and make recommendations about postural conditions of their clients prior to them undertaking to make custom changes to the clients' bikes.
Friday 24th May 2013
Always appreciated the benefit of a regular maintenance visit but couldn't remember the day or time? Well that's soon to change as we introduce our new patient management system with automated appointment reminder service.
Wednesday 6th March 2013
Lord Coe has given recognition to the contribution osteopaths made to the Central Medical Team at the London 2012 Games. Lord Coe Said: “The Olympic and Paralympic Games in London 2012 were unique in its provision of Medical and Paramedical services provided to athletes.For the first time in Olympic history, Osteopaths were invited to be part of the Central Medical Team. Twenty-five highly dedicated osteopathic experts gave their time to volunteer as part of the Physical Therapies team, looking after athletes and support staff from all over the world. Osteopaths were present for the duration of both the Olympic and Paralympic Games, located in polyclinics at each major Olympic village, performing over 900 medical encounters.counters.
Thursday 22nd November 2012
Having a personal interest in dance as an amatuer, I have witnessed at first hand the injuries that can and are regularly picked up through pursuet of dance. Twisted ankles, strained joints and ligaments, pelvic and hip injuries and shoulder problems are all to easiliy collected and if left un-resolved can inhibit performance and render the person susceptible to further injuries throughout their life. With a particular interest in development of postural problems through childhood, I am pleased to align myself with the national orgaaisation for dance in the UK - Dance UK who are responsible for promoting a healthy approach to dance, and am pleased to announce my acceptance on to their register of Medical practictioners. www.danceuk.org
Now on Register of Medical Practitioners!

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