Courtyard Osteopaths

Jeni Briggs, Sam Dobbie and Sally Hunter

Osteopathy, Good Health in Good Hands
Experienced, safe and effective
Registered with the General Osteopathic Council

www.thecourtyardosteopaths.co.uk

We are a professional, caring and friendly team of three GOsC registered osteopaths. Having worked locally as an osteopath since qualifying in 1994, I am happy that these days most people come to us by personal recommendations from previous clients. I am joined by my experienced associates Sam Dobbie and Sally Hunter.

Our clients range in age from newborn infants to the elderly.
Osteopathy is a modern, flourishing form of healthcare. It’s is a hands-on treatment that’s safe, gentle and very effective. The highly skilled diagnosis and healing techniques, learnt through many years of study, help people restore and maintain their optimum health.
People often assume that osteopaths only help with back, muscle or joint pain, but in fact we have a wealth of experience and techniques to work with a wide range of health issues  – from care during pregnancy, through to digestive disorders. We have also helped clients with postural problems and injuries, as well as those suffering trauma, stress or emotional difficulties. We are able to adapt to suit our patients’ needs, whether they are office workers, sports players, people with disabilities or retired people.

We are interested in identifying and treating the root causes of your symptoms.
Osteopathy is based on the principle that the body has an intrinsic ability to heal itself, and so we focus on treating existing conditions and preventing future illness. We consider your symptoms carefully in the context of your full medical history, lifestyle and personal circumstances, and like to discuss all our examination findings with you, along with our osteopathic diagnosis, treatment plan and advice. Our holistic approach ensures that all treatment is tailored to you as an individual. Our interest is in your long-term recovery.

Jeni Briggs

Jeni Briggs

Osteopathy and Cranial Osteopathy I graduated in 1994 from the European School of Osteopathy, which is recognised globally as a leader in its field. After four years of full-time, intensive training, I immediately went on to complete a...
Sam Dobbie

Sam Dobbie

Osteopathy Sam’s interest in osteopathy began at an early age, having been treated by a cranial osteopath at three years old. Two decades later, he graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in Kent with a BSc degree and has been p...
Sally Hunter

Sally Hunter

Osteopathy Having had personal experience of the benefit of manual therapies, Sally was inspired to start training as an Osteopath . She trained in structural and classical osteopathy at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic...

General Council of Osteopaths Registration

In 1993 under the Osteopaths Act, osteopathy became the first complementary health care profession to be accorded statutory recognition. The GOsC, General Osteopathic Council is responsible for regulating the osteopathic profession in the UK and also for promoting and developing osteopathy. It has been given powers by Parliament to set standards of education and conduct and maintain a register of those entitled to practise osteopathy.

Clinic Times

  • Mondays
  • Tuesdays
  • Wednesdays
  • Thursdays
  • Fridays
  • 9.00 – 6.00
  • 9.00 – 7.00
  • 9.00 – 6.00
  • 9.00 – 6.00
  • 9.00 – 6.00

Fees, from 6th July 2020

  • First Consultation
  • Follow ups
  • £53.00
  • £48.00

It may be possible to claim against your private health insurance for your course of osteopathy. Please check with your insurance company for details.

Cancellation Policy

We are very busy and therefore require 24 hours notice for cancellations of appointments in order to avoid the usual fee and so we have time to offer it to someone else.

Contact

If you’d like to discuss how Osteopathy might be able to help you, would like to know more about our practice or book an initial consultation, call us on 0117 923 1138.

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