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Osteopaths and Cranial Osteopathy

Based in Bristol, we are a team of experienced osteopaths. We use a wide variety of techniques to help relieve pain and discomfort. By identifying and releasing the underlying causes of your symptoms, our safe gentle and effective approach, ensures that each treatment is tailored to your specific needs to restore and maintain your optimum health.

Whatever your age, its never too early or too late to benefit from osteopathy. We treat all ages from newborns through to the very elderly, see how osteopathy can help.

We have lots of experience helping:

  • back and neck pain
  • shoulder and arm problems
  • pelvis, hip and leg problems
  • postural problems
  • sports and other injuries
  • muscle and joint deterioration
  • occupational ill health

If your condition  is not on this list and you would like more specific advice or your symptoms are not resolving, do call us for an informal chat or to book an appointment

What osteopaths do
What to do if you have hurt your back or another part of your body.

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Why not give us a call to see if Osteopathy could be the answer to your problems.

BedminsterCentre For Whole Health0117 923 1138
CliftonThe Berkeley Centre
The Alma Vale Centre
0117 370 1177
0117 377 1186

Practice News

  • 2 Talks Coming Up! Posture and Handling Advice for Parents

    Having spoken to the new parents we see in our clinic, one thing they all say they wish they’d had more help on is how to safely handle their newborns and advice on different positions – both to protect their own bodies and to help their baby to be more comfortable.

    Jeni and Sam will be giving two talks at the Alma Vale Centre, in Clifton.

    The first one is on Monday the 15th of Sept.

    Practical Advice For Pregnant Women and Handling of Newborns

    This will be about optimal posture before and after the birth, what to consider posturally when choosing baby equipment (slings, buggies etc.) and best positions for feeding and changing.

    The second talk will be held on Monday the 13th of Oct.

    How to enjoy looking after your baby without breaking your back

    This will focus on body awareness, stretches and exercises to protect your back as your baby gets bigger, plus how to pick up, hold and position your baby to make sure their postural muscles develop properly.

    The talks run from 7:30-8:00pm and cost £10 each.

    Space is limited, so call 0117 377 1186 to book your place now.