Looking for a good Osteopath in Plymouth?
If you are looking for an experienced registered Osteopath in Plymouth, you’ve come to the right place.
The Plympton Osteopathic Clinic in Plymouth has been established for over 20 years!
Mike Bruce and his team of registered Plymouth Osteopaths offer friendly, professional care and advice. We provide safe and effective osteopathic treatment and massage to treat a broad range of conditions.
Osteopathy is a safe and effective hands-on therapy which focuses on the muscular-skeletal system of the body. Osteopathy is a holistic therapy, so Osteopaths don’t look at the symptomatic area in isolation, but consider how the body works as a whole and how lifestyle may be influencing this. “Osteopaths are pain detectives!”
As well as their massage qualifications, Pia and Kieron both have degrees in Osteopathy, giving them an unusually high amount of expertise and experience “at their fingertips”! We will always tailor our massage treatment to suit you, taking into account your wishes, expectations and medical history.
What we treat
Our Osteopaths are trained to treat a range of conditions including: back pain, sciatica, neck pain, hip and knee pain, foot and ankle pain, shoulder and arm pain, arthritic pain and sports injuries. We also offer exercise and ergonomic advice to our patients. Click the link below to learn more about how osteopathy can help you.
I contacted Mike after being in some considerable pain and prescribed diazepam by my GP. I can honestly say that after my second visit, which was today, the difference is incredible. Highly recommended for the ‘practical’ benefit of how much better I feel but also for the friendly, honest and warm nature that I have experienced.
Melanie (via Facebook)
“I was referred by my GP due to worsening arthralgia and back pain. My GP was also a patient and told me what to expect.
I was delighted that most of the treatment was gentle and effective. It keeps my muscles and joints mobile and reduces my pain and stiffness enabling me to enjoy life more.
I would highly recommend P.O.C. and have done on many occasions.”
A. Hunt, 56
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