Billingshurst Osteopaths treat a wide range of conditions from back and neck pain, trapped nerves, headaches, injuries related to motor accidents, sports injuries through to cranial treatment for new born babies. The practice was set up in 2000 by Jon Meadows who works alongside Osteopaths Ben Pieniazek and Sarah Alexander. All are registered with the General Osteopaths Council (GOsC).
Also at the Practice is Samantha Marshall who is a qualified sports and holistic massage therapist, Sylvia Gulbenkian who is an experienced acupuncturist and Louise Phillips who is an accredited clinical hypnotherapist, a hypnobirthing practitioner, and accredited Rewind Technique practitioner. Registered Osteopathy health care provider for Axa ppp, Simply Health and more. You can find out more about the team.
Effective treatment of Musculo-skeletal injuries and resulting pain by articulating, mobilising and manipulating joints both spinal and peripheral as well as working on muscles, tendons and ligaments using stretch and massage techniques.
Changing and Improving the way the body is structured improves the way the body functions.
→ Structural Osteopathy
Cranial Osteopathy is a refined and subtle type of Osteopathic treatment that encourages the releases of stresses and tensions
throughout the body including the head. It is gentle and extremely effective and used in a wide range of conditions of all ages from birth to old age.
→ Cranial Osteopathy
As adults we may have had physical injuries, accidents, operations, demanding work environments or a combination of any of these resulting at
the time or eventually as pain or in one or more parts of our body. The natural aging process may also be at work as a contributary factor. Adults benefit
enormously from osteopathic intervention from identifying the cause, diagnosis, treatment to advice and management.
→ Osteopathy for Adults
It is a common belief that babies and children have no stresses and strains in their bodies. The reality is very different. During birth the body is
subjected to enormous forces and some babies cope very well but for others its a different story with resultant tensions and stresses remaing in the body. This
can lead to discomfort and related symptoms such as excessive crying, irritability, poor sleeping, poor feeding.
→ Osteopathy for Babies and Children
At Billingshurst Osteopaths, you are in good hands. It typically takes 4 years to become a qualified osteopath and over 1,000 hours of clinical training. Osteopathy is a regulated profession, with all osteopaths required by law to register with the General Osteopathic Council and meet their requirements.
Our osteopaths are also required to maintain their skills through ongoing training and professional development and you can be confident that your osteopath has the skills, qualifications and knowledge to help you live a healthier life.
If you are unsure whether Osteopathy can help you, please contact us at Billingshurst Osteopaths, we are very happy to give free advice over the phone