At Bristol Osteopaths we are dedicated to relieving you of pain and getting you back to the activities you love doing. Our professional team are all qualified and experienced practitioners, providing health care at its best. We have clinics in three fantastic city centre locations, all offering osteopathy and a range of other therapies designed to get you back to health.
Whether you want an osteopath, physiotherapist, massage therapist, acupuncturist, podiatrist, hypnotherapist, Pilates or yoga class – we have it covered. If you are unsure whether you would benefit from treatment, please feel free to contact us and one of our osteopaths or therapists will be happy to talk to you.
Osteopathy is a highly effective system of manual medicine that focuses primarily on the musculo-skeletal system.Read more ►
We offer a number of therapies in addition to osteopathy, from massage to hypnotherapy, acupuncture and many more.Read more ►
We offer a range of Pilates and yoga classes. Our instructors are hand-picked and our studios are small enough to ensure you receive superb tuition.Read more ►
We carry out our osteopathy practice and a wide range of therapies across our three Bristol locations.Read more ►
"After my first session I left the practice feeling like I was walking on air! I wanted to skip! A big grin on my face! The first time in a long while I was walking without anguish! Thank you!"Sandra, Credit Controller
Stress is unavoidable. As much as we try we cannot escape from stressful situations. But actually the most important thing is how we handle the stressors that life throws at us, however big or small, we have to ‘complete the cycle’, to allow ourselves and our nervous systems to reset, and thus prevent a pattern … Continued
More than 1,000,000 people in Britain may be suffering from constant, crippling headaches because they are taking too many painkillers. The pills people take to relieve headaches and migraines may be making things much worse, according to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) in guidance to the health service for England and … Continued
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Many of us have heard the terms ‘slipped disc’ and ‘sciatica’ but what do they actually mean and how can Osteopathic treatment help? Lumbar Disc Prolapse Spinal discs act as shock absorbers between vertebrae to which they are bonded. A lumbar disc prolapse – also known as a ‘herniated’ or ‘slipped’ disc – is a … Continued
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Whether you’ve been clocking up the miles in preparation for the Bristol half marathon ( well done if you have ever completed the distance ) or simply pounding the pathways of Durdham Downs for the sheer fun of it, your weekly mileage may be beginning to take its toll on the body. Aches and pains … Continued
https://youtu.be/cczGYYJdCvA If you answered YES, it could be the way you sit at your desk and the way your work station is set up. With the majority of people sitting down in an office for a living it is essential to minimize the stress on the body. The human spine is not designed to sit … Continued
Many people have heard of the supplement Glucosamine sulphate in helping ‘wear and tear’ arthritis but what is it and how does it work? Glucosamine sulphate is a naturally occurring substance found in joint cartilage. Supplements of glucosamine sulphate are obtained from the exoskeletons of marine animals and they can help to maintain and rebuild … Continued