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  • Welcome

    to the Faringdon Clinic.

    How we can help:

    Our experienced team offers a range of treatments to relieve pain, whether acute or chronic, and aid recovery from injury. We aim to support our patients through all stages of their rehabilitation as well as providing preventative care and advice.

  • New Patients

    The ethos of the clinic is to promote health and well-being for all ages.

    Who we treat:

    A range of people can be treated from the sports person seeking to improve performance to the sedentary office worker wishing to become more active. We also aim to support the elderly improving mobility and quality of life.

  • Osteopathy

    Osteopaths treat a wide variety of symptoms including low back pain, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, hip and knee pain, sprains and strains and achilles and foot problems.

    We treat any aches or pain associated with ageing, sports, work or life in general.

    We aim to improve function and to help you become more mobile and comfortable so that you can participate in the activities you enjoy

  • Physiotherapy

    Our specialist musculo-skeletal physiotherapists offer a comprehensive range of treatments to relieve pain, promote healing and restore normal function in muscles and joints of the body.

    Patients work closely with their physiotherapist to achieve their specific goals which may include a return to active sports following injury, relief of arthritic joint pain, recovery of strength and mobility post surgery, or simply help deal with the sprains and strains of everyday living.

  • Acupuncture

    An ancient system of healing.

    Acupuncture is a branch of Chinese Medicine over 2000 years old which encourages optimal health and vitality, improved strength, energy and a boost to the immune system. Recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for its clinical benefits. Research and clinical experience also shows that it can be effective in treating a wide range of conditions, both acute and chronic.

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Welcome to the Faringdon Clinic

At the Faringdon Clinic we aim to provide the very best in healthcare. Our highly qualified multidisciplinary team uses an integrated and evidence informed approach to find an individual tailored solution for you.

Osteopathy is a patient-centred, system of healthcare. A first appointment generally lasts about 45 minutes to an hour to allow the osteopath adequate time to:

  1. listen and ask questions about your problem, your general health, other medical care you are receiving or medication you are taking, and record this in your case notes. The information you provide will be confidential;
  2. examine you properly. It is likely the osteopath will ask you to remove some of your clothing. Tell your osteopath if you are uncomfortable about this. You should expect privacy to undress and a gown or towel should be provided. You can ask a friend or relative to accompany you and be present throughout your treatment;
  3. ask you to make simple movements and stretches to observe your posture and mobility. Because of the body’s structure, pain or stiffness you are experiencing in one part may be linked to a problem elsewhere;
  4. examine the health of the joints, tissues and ligaments using their hands and a highly developed sense of touch called palpation.

Your osteopath will also check for signs of serious conditions they cannot treat and may advise you to see your GP or go to hospital. They should provide you with a letter explaining what they believe to be the problem.

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