Osteopaths in Harlow
Are you looking for an osteopath in Harlow? We can help you
if you are suffering from one or more symptoms. These include muscular tension,
joint stiffness, poor posture, back pain, pins and needles or trapped nerves.
Would you rather stop having to take painkillers?
Is your problem reoccurring or new?
We can get the problem diagnosed NOW and get you treated.
Call Paul now on 01992 460669, or use our online enquiry form
We offer free parking and 8am to 8pm appointments to suit your lifestyle
We're conveniently close to Harlow at the Hoddesdon Osteopathic Clinic, being just over quarter of an hour away. As such, we're ideal if you're looking for Harlow osteopaths. So contact us using our online enquiry form (click here), and we'll call you back, or you can call us on 01992 460669 for immediate assistance.
Hoddesdon Osteopathic & Sports Injury Clinic is owned and run by Paul Culverhouse DO, and opened in 1998, serving clients from the locality and Harlow area. Our aim has always been not only to provide effective diagnosis, rehabilitation and treatment of clients, but also to prevent recurring musculoskeletal disorders where possible.
If you're looking for an Osteopaths in Harlow, we're just a short drive away. Call us today for an immediate consultation.
With an osteopathic consultation, what can you expect?
Paul aims to increase a patient's appreciation of how their health connected to the structure and function of their body. All patient treatments are tailored to each patient's individual needs.
The range of osteopathic treatments available
A variety of techniques is employed during osteopathic treatments. These include articulation, mobilisation and soft tissue massage. There are also stretching, muscle energy techniques, manipulation and cranial techniques involved, depending upon treatment required.
What are the conditions that can be treated?
These include :
- Back ache / Back pain
- Neck ache
- Trapped nerves
- Joint pains
- Rheumatic pain
- Arthritic pain
- Minor sports injuries
- Aches and pains
- Muscle spasms
- Circulatory problems
- Plantar fasciitis
When is osteopathy an appropriate course of action?
As you can see from the above list, osteopathy can help in many cases. However, itís not always appropriate, and if Paul thinks that you would be better off with an alternative practitioner or a GP for further investigations, then you may be referred elsewhere, as necessary.
So, if you want an osteopath in Harlow, please call us now, on 01992 460669, or you can click here to use our online enquiry form, and we will call you back as soon as we are able, so that we can begin to help you.