Clinic Update January 2021
In light of the Government announcement from Tuesday 5th January 2021 the University Sports Medicine Clinic and Sports Facilities are closed.
We are currently unable to offer face-to-face in-person treatment. However, support is still available in the form of virtual appointments.
Current patients will be offered virtual follow-up appointments (please see our webpage for pricing), whilst new enquiries will initially be offered a free open clinic session via phone or video call to assess a suitable approach and subsequent virtual appointments offered where appropriate.
For more information please visit the Latest Updates page
Osteopathy focuses on how the musculoskeletal system interrelates with the body as a whole. This holistic approach makes it ideal for treating sports injuries.
Osteopathic treatment is largely hands-on, and may include stretching of shortened soft tissues, specific massage techniques, rhythmic joint mobilisations and joint manipulation.
Osteopathy isn't just for backs
Virtually any sports injury can be helped with osteopathic treatment, including:
- hip and knee pain
- hamstring strains
- calf and shin problems
- shoulder and elbow pain.