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Osteopathy in Zone 2, Deptford SE8, London

Osteopath Deptford SE8

IO Winner Osteopathy Treatments in London bodytonic clinic

Looking for Osteopathy in Zone 2? We have moved from our Deptford SE8 location to Canada Water!

If you are still looking for an Osteopathy in Deptford SE8, Zone 2 our Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopath, Pregnancy Massage, Sports Massage & Deep Tissue Massage clinic is only ten minutes away from Deptford, SE8! Ideal for Deptford Residents. We are just one minute walk from Outside Canada Water tube station.

Covering Lewisham, Rotherhithe and Deptford, SE8. Serving the local community of Deptford SE8, Canada Water SE16, Bermondsey SE16, Rotherhithe SE16, Peckham SE15, London Bridge SE1 & Newcross SE14. We specialise in Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Pregnancy Massage, Sports Massage & Deep Tissue massage.

Book your FREE osteopathy consultation today

Suffering with pain? Consult one of our professional certified osteopaths at Bodytonic Clinic and experience relief.

With main focus on the musculo-skeletal system (which includes joints, ligaments, and connecting tissues), osteopathy is a non-invasive healthcare system that can help restore balance within the body. The healthcare system works by gently manipulating, stretching and massaging joints, muscles and soft tissues. This osteopathic system is effective because it works on the understanding of the relation between the structure and functioning of the human body.

We have moved our Deptford SE8 bodytonic clinic®

The London Fitclub
Unit P, Mandara Place
Yeoman Street
London, SE8 5ET

0203 6060 495

Our Osteopathy & Massage clinic is still in Zone 2 but next to Canada Water tube station on the ground floor.

Just a 2 minute walk from Canada Water tube station, or 5 minutes from Surrey Quays overground station.

Transport

  • 10 minute away from Canada Water tube
  • 6 minutes from Surrey Quays overground station
  • 15 minutes away from Rotherhithe tube
  • 20 minutes away from Bermondsey tube

Buses – You can use numbers 1, C10, 47, 188, 199, 225, & 381 buses to get to Bermondsey and Canada Water bus stations with buses stopping outside Canada Water tube station & Canada Water Library every couple of minutes.

Parking
Street parking is available around the London Fitclub

FREE Consultation*

FREE15 minutes

Initial appointment

£6045 minutes

Follow up appointment

£5030 minutes

Book an Osteopathy treatment online today

 Call 0203 6060 490

What we treat

Osteopaths use their hands to diagnose and treat the underlying cause of the problem utilising a highly developed sense of touch, to identify problem areas of the body. Osteopaths use a wide range of techniques.

We take a holistic view that the musculo-skeletal system is important in maintaining the health of other parts of the body such as the respiratory and digestive systems. Osteopathy encourages the body to work as efficiently as possible, allowing the body to restore itself to normal function. Treatment is carried out using a wide variety of techniques to suit the patient and the condition being treated, thus making it suitable for the whole family. Osteopathic treatment may help with:

  • Muscle strains, cramp, spasm & ligamentous sprains
  • Elbow, wrist & hand pain including tennis elbow
  • Neck & shoulder pain including frozen shoulder
  • Nerve pain (e.g Sciatica)
  • Degenerative conditions including osteoarthritis
  • Postural problems including facet joint irritation
  • Sporting injuries
  • Hip, knee, foot pain
  • Back and low back pain
  • Joint pain
  • Pregnancy related symptoms
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Tendonitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Inability to relax
  • Stress
  • Rheumatic pain
  • Muscular discomfort
  • Circulatory problems
  • Headaches & migraines
  • Digestive problems

TESTIMONIALS

osteopath London Heart

★★★★★ You have a wonderful team of very talented osteopath therapists! It”s always a pleasure to come over to bodytonic clinic!!! ;D

A Lugoboni, Rotherhithe, London, SE16
Rose-Parker-osteopathy-bodytonic-clinic Testimonial

★★★★★ Rose is an amazing therapist & osteopath with an effective technique and an added sense of humour.

E Ferrell, Stratford, London E15
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★★★★★ I’m very pleased with my bodytonic clinic osteopathy treatments. Hannah’s has helped me recover my back. Thanks a lot!

Your Content Goes Here, Wapping, E1W
Pilates in Canada Water with Matt

★★★★★ Everytime I visit bodytonic clinic the service is lovely and Matt always makes me feel so much better. Thank you!!!

N Patel, Lower Road, Surrey Quays, London SE16
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FREE Consultation*

FREE15 minutes

Initial appointment

£6045 minutes

Follow up appointment

£5030 minutes

Book an Osteopathy treatment online today

 Call 0203 6060 490

Lower Back Pain

What is lower back pain?
It could be a mild ache or could be a sharp, stabbing or shooting pain. Lower back problems affect the spine’s stability, flexibility and strength. This may cause pain, discomfort, and stiffness. Just below the ribs down to the upper buttocks is referred to your Lower back.

What can cause lower back pain?
The most common reason could be strain of the muscles, ligaments, joints & nerves. Sitting at your desk for long hours, lifting items incorrectly, increase the strain on the joints and muscles. Modern lifestyles and work means we are sitting for long periods which can cause issues.
Lower back pain may also result from other conditions which are not related to the back itself. These include:

  • Gastrointestinal
  • Gynaecological
  • Kidney (renal) problems

We would recommend always asking for a professional assessment of your lower back pain. We offer a FREE 15 minute spinal assessment, just ask when you book with us.

Symptoms of lower back pain?
If you are suffering from lower back pain you will normally feel stiffness and a restriction in movement. Sitting for long periods like driving or in the office can particularly cause aching or sharp pains. Pain may be in the buttocks or pass down the leg.

What are the treatment options for low back pain?
Following the spinal assessment an Osteopath would be able to outline the options in terms of treatment of the lower back pain. If you would then like to proceed with a treatment then usually this would follow the assessment.

If you would like to discuss this in more detail please use the link below or call one of the team.

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

One of our fully qualified and registered professional osteopaths will assess which treatment is needed and discuss this with yourself. If you would like to proceed with treatment immediately after your 15 minute FREE discovery consultation this is no problem as the time booked into the calendar will be 45 minutes in total. If you would not like a treatment after the 15 minutes FREE discovery consultation this is absolutely fine and there would be no charge!

FREE Consultation*

FREE15 minutes

Initial appointment

£6045 minutes

Follow up appointment

£5030 minutes

Book an Osteopathy treatment online today

 Call 0203 6060 490

Neck, Shoulder pain & Stress

Neck Pain

Neck pain is a relatively common problem, especially among adults. In many cases, the cause of the pain is not a medical condition. In fact, in most cases, the cause of the pain goes undetected. When the cause of neck pain is not a medical condition, the pain is usually referred to as ‘mechanical’ or ‘simple’ neck pain and may be cause because of one of more of the following reasons:

  •    Minor strains and sprains to muscles
  •    Ligaments in the neck
  •    Bad posture may be a contributing factor

*** For those working on a desk all day, bad posture can be a contributing factor to neck pain ***

Shoulder Pain

  • Poor posture and frozen shoulder – may inhibit normal movement in the shoulder joint and can be a source of pain. In extreme cases, movement in the shoulder may be completely inhibited.
  • Shoulder instability – Also known as Hypermobility. As the name suggests, in this condition, the shoulder joint is unstable and may display an unusually large range of movement.
  • Rotator cuff disorders – The rotator cuff consists of a group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. The main function of the rotator cuff is to keep the shoulder stable. Any disorders in the rotator cuff will lead to instability in the shoulder joint.
  • Acromioclavicular joint disorders – Acromioclavicular joint is the joint present at the top of the shoulder. Conditions affecting this area are known as Osteoarthritis in the shoulder joints and can be cause because of a fractured humerus (upper arm bone) or collarbone.

Stress

We may not realise it, but emotional stress can lead to increase in muscle tension, especially at the base of the neck, head and jaw. This can in turn, upset normal blood flow, irritate nerves, and cause headaches.

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

A discovery session begins with an osteopath assessing the patient’s condition and determining the root cause of their problem. Once determined, the cause of discomfort is shared with the patient, along with a suggested treatment. This process lasts roughly 15 minutes and is completely free of cost. If, at the end of the session, the patient decides to go forward with the treatment, the same can be done immediately as the osteopath is booked for a full 45 minute session. However, if the patient decides otherwise, they can take leave without paying anything.

FREE Consultation*

FREE15 minutes

Initial appointment

£6045 minutes

Follow up appointment

£5030 minutes

Book an Osteopathy treatment online today

 Call 0203 6060 490

What is Sciatica?

Sciatica is the name give to the Irritation or compression of the ‘sciatic nerve’. The sciatic nerve is actually made up of a group of nerves. These stretch from the bottom of the spine (lower back) and are responsible for controlling the muscles in the back of the knee and lower leg. The sciatic nerve is also responsible for delivering sensation to the back of the thigh, a part of the lower leg, and the sole of the foot. It is the longest nerve in the human body.

What are the Symptoms of Sciatica?

The symptoms of sciatica start with a mild tingling or a burning sensation in the affected areas. It often starts as a dull ache and may get worse:

  •    After standing
  •    After sitting
  •    At night
  •    When sneezing
  •    Coughing
  •    Laughing
  •    Bending backward
  •    Walking more than a feet

Patients suffering from sciatica may experience pain in the lower back, leg, and all the way down to the calf.

In most cases, patients experience pain on one side. Patients may feel sharp pain in one leg or hip, and numbness in other parts of the leg. The same may also be felt on the back of the calf and the sole of the foot.

Common causes of sciatica include:

  •  Slipped disc
  •  Spinal stenosis
  •  Piriformis syndrome (a pain disorder involving the narrow muscle in the buttocks)
  •  Pelvic injury
  •  Fracture

Would you like to discuss this in detail? Kindly use the link below or call our team.

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

A qualified and certified osteopath will begin the 15 minute FREE discovery consultation by assessing the patient’s condition. The possible treatment will then be discussed with the patient. As the calendar of the osteopath is booked for a full 45 minute session, the patient can then choose to begin the treatment immediately. If, on the other hand, the patient does not want to go forward with the treatment, there will be no charge.

FREE Consultation*

FREE15 minutes

Initial appointment

£6045 minutes

Follow up appointment

£5030 minutes

Book an Osteopathy treatment online today

 Call 0203 6060 490

Sports Massage Therapy

Sports massage therapy employs more vigorous forms of massage techniques to help athletes avoid and recover from sports-related injuries. Regular sports massage therapy has been proven to even provide athletes with health and performance benefits. Ideally, the therapy should be performed before and after any significant competition to ensure there are no injuries or loss of mobility.

Physical Benefits

Athletes that engage in physically demanding sports such as rugby, hockey, or football, where physical contact and bruising is common, sports massage therapy can offer unmatched physical benefits. Similarly, activities such as running and cycling exert significant strain on our musculo-skeletal system, something that can be alleviated with regular sports massage therapy. Other physical benefits include:

  •    Reduced tension in the fascia
  •    Reduction in scar tissue
  •    Clearing of harmful metabolic byproducts
  •    Improved blood flow
  •    Improved delivery of nutrients to your muscles
  •    Improved tissue elasticity
  •    Relieve stress on joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles

Physiological Benefits

Apart from maintaining overall health and avoiding injuries during sport activities, the main physiological benefits of sports massage therapy include pain reduction and relaxation.

Osteopathy Treatments

*Your FREE Discovery Consultation – what to expect

The objective of a FREE discovery consultation is to determine the cause of discomfort for the patient. The investigation takes about 15 minutes and when the osteopath has zeroed in on the problem, the same is discussed with the patient. Post this, the patient has the choice of staying back and starting the treatment immediately, as the osteopaths’ calendar is booked for the full 45 minutes. However, if the patient decides to not get the treatment immediately, there is no charge for the discovery consultation session.

FREE Consultation*

FREE15 minutes

Initial appointment

£6045 minutes

Follow up appointment

£5030 minutes

Book an Osteopathy treatment online today

 Call 0203 6060 490