Osteopaths in Ware.
If you're looking for an osteopath in Ware, you've come to the right place. At the Hoddesdon Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic we treat people suffering from a variety of symptoms. These include back pain and poor posture, as well as muscular tension. We also treat joint stiffness, pain, arthritic pain, pins and needles and trapped nerves; see a list of some symptoms treated, below. Whatever the reason for visiting, you can call Paul now on 01992 460669, or use our online enquiry form (click here) and someone will call back to arrange a consultation.
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Is your problem new or recurring?
Our appointment times are flexible to suit your lifestyle - we are available from 8am to 8pm, and our clinic has free parking for patients.
Let us diagnose your problem STRAIGHT AWAY so we can get your treatment started and get you on the way to recovery.
The Hoddesdon Osteopathic & Sports Injury Clinic has been opened since 1998 is owned and run by Paul Culverhouse DO. The clinic serves clients from all over the locality including Ware. In treating clients, Paul has several aims. These are not only providing an effective diagnosis with a treatment regime, but also to help prevent recurring musculoskeletal disorders.
We're just ten minutes or so away from Ware at the Hoddesdon Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic and, as such, are ideally located for patients based in Ware. If you require assistance immediately, contact us on 01992 460669 or alternatively use our online enquiry form (click here), and we will get back to you by e-mail or phone as soon as possible.
Your osteopathic appointment - what can you expect?
Paul aims for an increase in patient appreciation of the connection between health and the structure and function of their body. Every patient is different and we offer a tailored treatment, with each person treated for their individual needs.
Various techniques including soft tissue massage, mobilisation, manipulation, articulation, muscle energy, stretching and cranial techniques may be used depending the patient and their symptoms as each case is different.
Some conditions treated using osteopathy.
Symptoms and conditions which can be treated include:
- Joint pains
- Rheumatic pain
- Arthritic pain
- Neck ache
- Trapped nerves
- Back pain / Back ache
- Aches and pains
- Muscle spasms
- Minor sports injuries
- Plantar fasciitis
- Circulatory problems
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.
If you have any queries or would like advice please call Paul on 01992 460669. Alternatively, you can use our online enquiry form (click here), and well call or e-mail you back as soon as we're able. Thank you for visiting our site.