The Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Osteopaths

The Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic: Meet the Osteopaths
Meet the The Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic Osteopaths:

Alexia Lescure - OsteopathAlexia Lescure – Osteopath

Daniel Rollins - Osteopath
Daniel Rollins – Osteopath

Laura Maidment - OsteopathLaura Maidment – Osteopath

The Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic-FaTIMA CARDELUSFátima Cardelus – Osteopath


What exactly is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a holistic health-care system, which can diagnose and treat a wide range of complaints. It is best known for the successful drug-free treatment of problems in the joints and muscles of the body.

How do I know if it is the right treatment for me?

If you suffer from joint or muscle pain, sports or other injury, stiffness, headaches or backache, you will probably benefit from visiting the osteopath. If you are in doubt, you are welcome to book a free 15 minute preliminary consultation. Call the clinic on 020 8741 9264.

Do you treat children and babies?

Yes, we do. Cranial osteopathy is especially suitable for the young, and we regularly see babies, including newborns, for problems such as colic, sleep and feeding problems, sickness and wind, ear infections etc. Osteopathy is also very beneficial in pregnancy.

How many sessions will I need?

That very much depends on the nature and severity of your complaint. The osteopath will be able to assess that during your first visit. You may also be given some exercises to do at home. Follow the advice and you will not only speed up your recovery, but feel empowered and in tune with your body and overall health.

Free 15 Minute Consultation

Brackenbury Natural Health Clinic
30 Brackenbury Road, W6 0BA
020 8741 9264

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