Updates

Happy New Year! We hope that the new decade is off to a flying start!

Naturally, January prompts many of us to set goals, affirm resolutions, make plans and vow to achieve great things!

Fitness is often a priority goal for many of us, and we believe that it should be! Not only will working on y...

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The spine is made up of 24 vertebrae, (7 in the neck, 12 in the mid back and 5 in the low back). They are separated by discs at each level forming intervertebral joints. These intervertebral joints join together to form the spinal column as shown below.

Overtime, the spinal joints may become irr...

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Do you have achey joints? This week our therapist, Asiah, has written a blog outlining the differences between Osteoarthritis (OA) and Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA). You can read more on our website by clicking the button below.

If you would like to speak to a member of the team or book in for a FR...

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What is intermittent fasting (IF)?

Intermittent fasting (IF) is a style of eating where one intermittently enters a period of fasting between meals, whether it be for several hours or even days. This is said to rest the system and bring about numerous health benefits to the individual; weight l...

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How is your shoulder treating you?

A rotator cuff injury is one of the most common injuries affecting the shoulder and can be broadly divided into either a tendonitis or a tear. Osteopathy is able to offer swift diagnosis and devise an individualised treatment plan for the patient. This week, o...

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What does nutrition have to do with wound healing and chronic disease?

Following an injury, an immune response is triggered in the body beginning with the necessary first step of inflammation. This is usually uncomplicated and resolves by itself. But, what happens when we have chronic inflammati...

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Did you know that back and hip pain can often be caused by a previous caesarean section, even years after the event?!

Our specialist paediatric and pregnancy-care osteopath, Sara Castoldi, has put together a blog to discuss the issue further with some advice for how it can be managed.

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Testimonials

3 days ago
I've had a great experience seeing Asiah at Osteopathy West London. I went with a lot of pain and it has really improved. She's very empathic and helpful with tips for managing my back in day-to-day life. Recommended.
- Mrs G
2 months ago
I've had back and neck pain for years and have literally tried everything (acupuncture, massage, chiropractor etc) to relieve it! I'm so pleased I've found Hannah! Not only is she a brilliant Osteopath who has worked her magic on me numerous times but she's also a wonderful warm person. I thoroughly enjoy our sessions and am living a much more pain free life thanks to Hannah! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
- Nee M
2 months ago
Reliable, friendly service - clear follow-up instructions for ongoing healing. Treatments are effective if the advice is followed carefully. I have every confidence in recommending this therapy.
- kathleen d

About us

Osteopathy West London are dedicated to patient care and specialise in the treatment of back and neck pain. We adopt a holistic approach to health care and believe in treating the whole person not just the symptoms.We provide expert treatments, both structural and cranial, for adults, children and new born babies.

As well as effectively alleviating the symptoms of pain and discomfort, a strong emphasis is put on overall health and well-being. Following treatment, we offer prescriptive exercise plans, dietary suggestions and self-care advice.Our aim is to help each and every patient back to their best health both inside and out! 

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W5 5AW
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Tue:8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Wed:8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thu:8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Fri:8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sat:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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