We are pleased to announce that we will be reopening the clinic on Monday 29th June 2020 following a period of closure due to Covid-19. We have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure we can confidently provide people with safe and high quality osteopathic treatment, whilst mitigating the risks of Coronavirus. Continue reading
Emma Lipson has successfully helped many women suffering from pelvic girdle pain (PGP) during pregnancy and beyond. In recognition of her expertise in this area, she has recently been added to the Pelvic Partnership’s Recommended Practitioner directory. The Pelvic Partnership is a charity dedicated to providing support and information about Pelvic Girdle Pain. They provide masses of useful information including practical tips, advice during labour and effective treatment for PGP, which includes osteopathy! Continue reading
I am delighted to introduce you to Tom Jordan, an experienced osteopath who trained with me at University College of Osteopathy (formerly British School of Osteopathy). He will be covering for me from 7th-14th August 2019. Tom comes highly recommended by me as both a skilled practitioner and an all round good guy. If you are an existing or new patient, rest assured you will be in excellent hands, and together we will ensure you receive seamless continuity of care. However if that’s not enough, here is a little more information about him… Continue reading
I was delighted to have been asked to guest-blog for Rock My Family parenting website. You can read my blog post here: ‘Ten Tips for New Mums Suffering From Back Pain’
Photo: Little Beanies Photography
Feel Better Osteopathy will be closed from Saturday 23rd December to Tuesday 2nd January 2018 for the Christmas break.
If you would like to schedule an appointment over Christmas for January, the best way to do this is to book online. I will be checking emails and messages sporadically over Christmas, but please bear with me if it takes a bit longer than normal to respond.
People are spending more and more time in front of a screen, both for work and leisure. As an osteopath I always ask patients about their desk set up and computer use. A desk top computer, when properly set up is the best option ergonomically. However, many people prefer the convenience and size of laptops due to work patterns or lifestyle. Continue reading
Osteopathy Blog Award
I recently found out that my website and osteopathy blog have been ranked as one of the top 100 best alternative medicine blogs globally!! This is actually slightly old news from July, but what with juggling work and kids on summer holidays, I haven’t had a chance to update my blog. Continue reading
Trampolining parks are springing up all over the country. Four years ago there were none, and now there are over 100 in the UK. Since our local trampolining centre opened, I have seen a surge of adults and kids seeking osteopathy treatment for a range of trampolining injuries.
It was the end of a fun-filled bank-holiday weekend and we were returning home from the park. My husband and older daughter had gone ahead and I was running with my younger daughter who had just learnt to ride her ‘big-girl bike’. She was going quite fast, then swerved in front of me. Partly to break her fall and partly to avoid falling on top of her, I catapulted myself over the top of child and bike, landing on (and bending back) my right-hand fingers. Continue reading