The Osteopath

Deansgate Osteopathic Clinic

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A Central Bolton Osteopathic Clinic

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Deansgate Osteopathic Clinic is a patient centred clinic, we listen and assess you to understand your pain. During consultation the osteopath will explore your symptoms and do the very best to give you the most appropriate and effective treatment plan, tailored specifically to you. With many years experience, we’re experts in maximising your health through osteopathy and physiotherapy. We are also consultant osteopaths to Osteopathic Solutions Ltd providing expert manual handling training courses onsite to your business.. 

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Back Pain

Back pain is one of the largest complaints to osteopaths, in fact the treatment of back pain follows the epidemic proportions in the western world not just here in Bolton. Research shows that 60% of the UK’s population will suffer from it at some stage during their lives. As per the NICE guidelines Back pain responds well to osteopathic treatment – reducing pain and restoring mobility and quality of life.

Sciatica

Sciatica refers to an irritation of the sciatic nerve, the sciatic nerve comes from the lumbar and sacrum then down the legs. An irritation to the sciatic nerve can commonly give you backpain, however sciatic irritation can give rise to a multitude of symptoms, such as pain along the back of the leg, pins and needles or even weakness. Sciatica itself is not a diagnosis but an irritation to the sciatic nerve. 

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis A very painful condition of the foot with pain felt intensely underneath. Most noted when taking the first steps in the morning, or after prolonged periods of sitting. The condition can prevent you from any major weight bearing such as walking, running.

Tension Headaches

Headaches we’ve all had one at some point, there very common and because they happen regularly, often people refer to them as “just a normal headache” or commonly a “tension headache”. They feel like a constant ache that affects both sides of the head, often described as a tight band is stretched around it. Shoulder pain such as Frozen Shoulder can impact tension headaches with postural changes and reduced movement.

Knee Pain

Sudden pain in one of the knees is usually the result of overusing the knee or injuring it. In many cases, you don’t need to see your GP. The knee joint is particularly vulnerable to damage and pain because it takes the full weight of your body and any extra force when you run or jump. You’re more likely to experience knee pain as you get older, and people who are overweight or do lots of sports have a higher risk of damaging their knees.

Achilles Tendinopathy

Irritation of the Achilles tendon is Achilles tendinopathy, this is a more accurate description than Achilles tendinitis.

The most common pain sensation of Achilles tendinopathy occurs behind the ankle and heel’s upper back while walking.

Achilles tendinopathy is prevalent among both inactive and active patients. But athletes with running sports experience about 50% more cases of Achilles tendinopathy.

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Sports Injury

Here in Bolton our osteopath has experience at local and national level helping offering sound advice, assessments, treatment, sports massage and rehabilitation exercises to get you fit and back loving the sports you enjoy. Treatment is provided by osteopaths/physiotherapists who work in the clinic and also involved in the amateur, professional fields of sports with experienced to help you get fit.

Note: Whilst these are some of the more common injuries there are many other injuries we see in the clinic, if you don’t see your injury listed contact the clinic and rest assure our osteopath has a vast experience assessing, treating and resoving many injuries.

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Your First Step To Pain free Movement

Our osteopath here at Deansgate Osteopathic Clinic in Bolton implements a three-phase approach to get you pain free and enjoying life. Initially the osteopath aims to address immediate pain, followed by rehabilitation and then to create resilience to prevent future issues, providing education on maintaining a healthy lifestyle to minimize the risk of recurrence.

Osteopath & Physio

Francis Connor

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Sports Massage & Rehab

Mark Gallamore

What our patients say...

As an academic with poor posture,  I've learned a lot of things. A handy one is to make sure you know a good osteopath!

Dr John Rowe

Academic and Copy Writer

In training/coaching you can just overdo it and pick up an injury. I recommend the clinic to my students and friends.

James Doherty

Judo Coach

My job can be quite sedentary and I need to keep fit. On many occasions I have hobbled in and walked out, thanks!

Alexandra Whitehead

Veterinary Assistant

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About The Osteopath

An osteopath can help to alleviate pain, improve mobility and function, and promote overall well-being, achieved by combining expert clinical experience and the latest in evidenced based research. The techniques used by our osteopath may include manipulation of the joints, soft tissue and massage combined with the right exercise to maximise recovery.

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Our Osteopaths Recovery Plan is Designed Around You!…

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Pain Reduction

  • Osteopaths identify the root cause of pain through thorough assessment and examination.
  • Utilise hands-on techniques such as joint manipulation, soft tissue manipulation, and massage to alleviate immediate pain.
  • Employ pain management strategies to provide relief, potentially including exercises, heat/cold therapy, and lifestyle recommendations.

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Rehabilitation

  • Our osteopath develops a personalised rehabilitation plan based on the patient’s condition and goals.
  • Implement targeted exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and range of motion.
  • Use corrective techniques to address biomechanical imbalances.
  • Educate the patient on self-care practices and exercises to continue at home.

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Prevention

  • Our Osteopath focuses on long-term strategies to prevent recurrence of the pain or injury.
  • Provide guidance on ergonomics, posture, and lifestyle adjustments to promote overall musculoskeletal health.
  • Offer ongoing support, check-ups to monitor progress and address any emerging issues.
  • Empower with knowledge on injury prevention techniques and exercises.

A Bolton Osteopathic Clinic

Address

152 Deansgate, Bolton, BL1 1BB

Phone

(01204) 522133

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