We offer a range of complementary therapies at OsteoWellbeing. Our treatments can release tension, relieve stress, get you feeling strong, and bring back your confidence!
Why choose complementary therapies
At various points in our lives, most of us do not look after ourselves properly. This isn’t helpful, as our busy lives and the people we care for need us to be as fit and healthy as possible! Complementary therapies can help you live life to the full, giving you the little bit of ‘me time’ that a lot of us forget we need. This can help to de-stress you, release tension and generally get you feeling great again.
Our range of
Our osteopaths are also trained Pilates instructors. This means they can give you a Pilates session that is tailored to suit you and any particular issues or ailments you may be experiencing. They can monitor how far you need to push yourself, and tell you exactly what you need to work on to add strength. If you are a Pilates beginner and don’t want to attend a group class, then these sessions are perfect for you.
Your osteopath can give you Pilates exercises specifically for your problem, building your confidence in just a few sessions. Pilates is great for improving your circulation, and also helps build strength and relieve pain. It can be particularly good for relieving back pain, which is often cause by a lack of core strength.
This treatment is a westernised version of acupuncture. It is used for tight muscles and helps to encourage blood flow and release muscular tension. It also helps to reduce pain and stiffness levels, encouraging a better range of motion and flexibility of the muscle.
This is a very gentle technique used to help correct any dysfunctional patterns or strains throughout the whole body. It can be used to treat babies, children and adults.
We provide insoles for patients who have dropped arches or have a leg length difference. This helps to ensure the pelvis is level, and therefore the spine has a better chance of being in the correct position.
Wellness drop ins
We provide online relaxation sessions. This involves 25 minutes of stretching and strengthening led by one of our osteopaths, and 10-15 minutes of another form of wellness therapy, led by a different guest practitioner each week. Please contact the clinic for more information and timetable.
We offer aromatherapy massages, Thai yoga massages, deep tissue massages and hot stone massages in our OsteoWellbeing treatment room. These forms of massage can help release tension, improve the appearance of skin, increase circulation, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve sleep. Massage therapies complement osteopathy very well, allowing your osteopath to work on correcting the root cause of your aches and pains more specifically.
Facials can help to cleanse your face and rejuvenate your skin. They can also help improve blood circulation, detoxify your skin and reduce stress.
Temple Spa treatments
Our osteopath Süheyla is a Temple Spa consultant. She can host a Temple Spa class for up to eight people in your home, teaching you how to complete a facial treatment on yourself using products that are right for your skin type.
Süheyla can introduce you to some of the amazing Temple Spa skincare products in the clinic too. They will leave you feeling like you’ve visited a spa, but in the comfort of your own home. Please just ask next time you’re in – Temple Spa offer true luxury for reasonable prices.
We offer a range of aesthetic treatments to enhance your appearance and help you feel more confident. Treatments include:
- Wrinkle-smoothing injections
- Teeth grinding reversal
- Dermal filler for lips, smile lines, jowls etc.
- Microneedling therapy
- Light refresh peel and LED light therapy
- Deep corrective peel
- Red carpet facial
- Leg vein therapy
- Holistic skin plans
- Skin tag, wart and keratosis removal
- Brow lamination
- Microblading for eyebrows
All aesthetic treatments are carried out by qualified, experienced practitioners.
Why choose OsteoWellbeing for complementary therapies?
The great thing about offering complementary therapies all under one roof is that your therapists can talk to each other (with your permission) about your care, ensuring we are all doing the best thing for you. This means you’ll be getting the right kind of treatment, and you’re not being over treated either. If you have multiple treatments with us, you’ll already be familiar with your surroundings, allowing you to fully relax and enjoy your experience.
How else can we help?
Shoulder, hip and knee pain
Do you get pain in your shoulder, hip or knee? We can help correct these issues for you.
Lower back and neck pain
We can help with back and neck pain by decreasing pressure on the spine and correcting your posture.
We can help with these issues by decompressing your spine, allowing your damaged disc to retract.
Osteopathy can improve foot and ankle alignment so that plantar fasciitis can heal. We can also provide you with insoles to help prevent problems reoccurring.
We can help improve neck posture and release the surrounding muscles to ease those headaches.
Osteopathy can balance out sympathetic and parasympathetic systems, helping you feel more relaxed and able to get on with your day.
Osteopathy can help to release the sciatic nerve which could be causing your symptoms, giving you relief and helping with your recovery.
Tennis and golfer’s elbow
Osteopathy can help increase your range of motion and decrease the pain you’re feeling in your elbow.
Bad posture can cause a huge range of symptoms. Osteopaths can help to diagnose these issues and correct your posture.
Osteopaths can help diagnose what is causing damage to nerves, treating the affected area and referring you to the right specialist if needed.
Osteopathy can help slow down the process of degeneration that leads to arthritis.
Osteopathy can help the body to repair sports injuries quicker and prevent them happening again, getting you back to your training.
Aches and pains during pregnancy
Osteopathy can help restore posture and offer relief from pain during pregnancy, as well as getting the body ready for labour.