Addlestone Therapy Centre

  164 Station Road
  Addlestone
  Surrey
  KT15 2BD
  Telephone: 01932 831616

  

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Addlestone Therapy Centre

Since the year 2000 Addlestone Therapy Centre has been providing Osteopathy and other complementary therapies to the people of Addlestone, Surrey and its surrounding areas.

Please take a look at Treatments to get more details of the different therapies provided.

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Please also feel free to give us a call or email to get more details or ask a specific question.

We wish you happiness and health.

The team at ATC.

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OSTEOPATHY


Osteopathy places emphasis on the structural integrity of the whole body. Treatment can bring relief to musculo-skeletal injuries such as sprains, strains, slipped discs, arthritis, lumbago, sciatica, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder and neuritis amongst other conditions that can respond successfully.

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES


A wide variety of different therapies are sometimes called alternative therapies, because they provide another way of treating illness; sometimes called complementary, because they complement the person - i.e.; fit in with what a person needs - and may be used alongside and to complement conventional medicine.

They may also be described as holistic, in that many of them look at the person as a whole - whole body, mind and spirit.

They are natural in the sense that therapists use only their own hands or materials occurring in nature.

The treatments tend to be gentle in their action and very safe to use, but also specific in their effects which are often surprising.

Do they work? Getting good objective scientific evidence from large trials is very difficult.

Most people try and find it out for themselves. However the proof of the pudding is in the eating, as they say. There are enough people well satisfied with the results to keep many practitioners employed. If you are in doubt of where to start - please ask our reception team.


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