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March 10, 2020

We take hygiene seriously so rest assured we take precautions such as frequent hand washing and sanitising, using disposable couch roll and wiping down surfaces with antibacterial spray.

We have plenty of hand sanitizer in the clinic also.

You can play your part in avoiding the spread of any virus buy staying home if you have symptoms such as a cough, fever, shortness of breath or other flu like symptoms.

In edition if you have travelled from Hubei province in China, Iran, lockdown areas of Italy or special care zones in South Korea in the last 14 days please stay indoors and avoid contact with others .

December 19, 2017

Seasons Greetings to all our customers.

We will be open over the holidays should you need our services.

To welcome 2019, throughout January we would like to offer all new customers their second session half price, so please pass this on to friends and family.

Ask your friends and family to call 0203 7699705 to book an appointment . They can choose their booking time and day and will pay £75 for two treatments with us.

Our Osteopaths aim to get you out of pain in as few sessions as possible- we don't sign you up for several sessions - we just offer you what you need , when you need it.

Wishing you a healthy and prosperous Christmas and New Year from us all,

Paddy and Petra


March 16, 2017

Osteopaths treat people of all ages from baby to old age.

A trip to a Cranial Osteopath consisted of a gentle, hands on approach plus observational advice that has turned her health around.

Osteopaths are trained for 4-5 years and must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council, a regulating body ensuring safe and legal practice . Osteopaths must also complete Continued Professional Development yearly in order to stay registered.

You can be sure your child is in safe and caring hands.

At Surbiton Osteopaths, Petra is skilled at Cranial especially in children, babies and pregnancy.

Why not book with them for the Easter break if you are staying at home this holiday?


December 12, 2016

How to avoid back pain when driving.

In an article written by James Foxall in the Telegraph on 5th December 2016 he highlights how we are in such a rush to get where we are going that we forget to set the driving position correctly.

The article has tips on how to set up your position to avoid a painful lower back or hunched shoulders and reminds us to take regular breaks when on the road for long periods.

If you see an osteopath then it makes sense to take care of your back in situations where you may be harming the good work you and your osteopath have done.

Take a few minutes to check the tips and be sure you are doing all you can to keep your back and shoulders comfortable when on the road.

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