Border Osteopaths in Shrewsbury and Kington
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Border Osteopaths in Shrewsbury and Kington

British School of Osteopathy Trained ~ In practice for over 25 years

We have the experience and the techniques to help get you back on track, We give in-depth treatments, setting aside an hour to get a more complete picture of what’s behind your symptoms and which techniques will optimise your body’s own recovery.

 Our Shrewsbury clinic at Severn Fields Health Village

Our Shrewsbury clinic at Severn Fields Health Village

 Our Kington clinic at Kington Square

Our Kington clinic at Kington Square

 
 
 
 
 
 

Who we treat
The conditions we treat can happen to anyone at any stage in their life whether they’re sports professionals, carers, manual or clerical workers, at university, retired or not yet out of school.

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What we treat
We give a list of common conditions we treat and if you don't find your symptoms listed, it's best to call us and talk about what you're experiencing and we will be able to say whether and how we can support you.

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Your first treatment
If you're new to us or to osteopathy, you’ll find a summary of what to expect on your first visit. The General Osteopathic Council web pages also provide useful guidelines for patients. By law anyone calling themselves an osteopath must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOC).

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Our opening times
Both our Shrewsbury and Kington clinics are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm. We are also open on Saturdays in Kington from 9am to 2pm.

 

Who do we treat?

The conditions we treat can happen to anyone at any stage in their life whether they’re sports professionals, carers, manual or clerical workers, at university, retired or not yet out of school.

Please telephone Shrewsbury 01743 248543 or Kington 01544 239210 if you have questions or would like to book an appointment. Full contact details for both clinics are here.

 

I’m new to osteopathy, what should I expect?

If you're new to us or to osteopathy, you’ll find a summary of what to expect on your first visit. The General Osteopathic Council web pages also provide useful guidelines for patients. By law anyone calling themselves an osteopath must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOC).

Why are we called Border Osteopaths?

 

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You can make an appointment without a doctor's referral, but if you have health insurance which covers osteopathic treatment, you may require a referral so please check your policy.

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If we feel a different healthcare professional is better placed to assist you we will recommend you visit your GP or we can occasionally refer you directly.

Training is to degree level over four years full time or five years part time. This includes two years assessed clinical practice. After qualifying, osteopaths are required to carry out continuing professional development every year.