Award winning Osteopathy in central Bath
Welcome to Bath Spa Osteopathy
What do Osteopaths Treat?
- Back and neck pain
- Sciatica and trapped nerves
- Headaches and sinus pain
- Hip, knee, ankle and foot pain
- Shoulder stiffness and pain
- Migraine prevention
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis and golfers elbow
- Sports Injuries
- Achilles problems
- Runners Knee
- Arthritic and rheumatic pain
- Postural problems
- Digestive and circulatory problems
Why Choose Bath Spa Osteopathy?
In addition to providing excellent results with muscular and joint problems, Marianne is rapidly developing a reputation as the “go to” osteopath in Bath for headache treatment, migraine prevention and for patients needing help with digestive issues.
Marianne is passionate about osteopathy, because of its unique ability to deliver real and lasting changes to create a better balanced, supple and pain-free body.
If you are unsure whether osteopathy can help you, please call to discuss your condition, or to arrange a free 15-minute consultation where we can discuss your symptoms in more detail.
Getting you out of pain – fast!
“After 9/10 weeks of awful pain with sciatica I finally booked an appointment with Marianne. I have to say after the first appointment I felt so much more mobile and 80% better. I had two more appointments and now feel completely fixed. Marianne is completely professional and explains everything in a way you understand. I highly recommend Marianne every time”
– Richard Gerrish
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopaths assess and treat the body as a whole, to find and fix the root cause of your symptoms – giving you long term relief from pain, along with a more flexible, balanced and healthy body. Treatment includes mobilising or manipulating joints, deep tissue massage, rehabilitation exercises, and cranial or visceral techniques, to gently release the underlying restrictions causing your symptoms.
Osteopaths are regulated primary healthcare providers who undergo a rigorous 4-year full time training program. Osteopathy is included in the NICE guidelines and is recommended by many doctors, midwives and other healthcare practitioners.