We are OPEN for "All Treatments" during the 2nd Coronavirus Lockdown 🦠
(As allowed by The Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England)
We implement all hygiene protocols during this time 🧼
Wearing of masks 😷 Washing of hands 🧴
Cleaning of common areas and equipment 🧽 between each treatment.
We look forward to assisting you during these difficult times.
At the Nuneaton Osteopath Clinic I (Tom Harper) use osteopathic manipulation and articulation of the joints, muscle stretching, soft tissue massage, cranio-sacral therapy and electrotherapy combined with education on exercise rehabilitation, hydrotherapy and posture correction to obtain the best pain relief results for you.
You can find us near the “George Eliot Hospital” between the Listers Toyota Dealership and the Listers VW Dealership, we are in the Eliot Park innovation centre (EPIC) which has all the modern amenities of a fully functional practice. There is free parking in our own carpark close to the front door, easy disabled access, and a comfortable waiting area.
Please contact the practice if you have any questions about conditions or treatments or anything else not covered in the FAQ section.
At the age of ten, I saw a science fiction film called “Fantastic Voyage” (1966) about a submarine trip through the human body (Does anyone remember this film?) It so fascinated me that I decided that I was going to have something to do with medicine when I left school.
I didn’t get there straight away but as a mature student (and lots of hard and rewarding study) I graduated in 1997 from the British College of Naturopathy and Osteopathy or BCNO (Now the British College of Osteopathic Medicine – BCOM). Since then I get a daily sense of accomplishment and satisfaction when I help people out of pain and back to a healthy, normal life where they can enjoy their everyday activities and past-times with their family and friends.
I believe that osteopathy is one of the most safe and effective ways to treat back pain today. I know this from personal experience of an osteopath who treated my back injury many years ago (my back is now fine – thanks to him). After his treatments I was delighted to be able to get back to a normal life and engage in my regular sports and social activities with some gusto! Since then, as an osteopath, I have found that too many people leave the health of their back to chance, Osteopathic treatment, sooner rather than later, can save a lot of unnecessary pain and suffering and lead to a happier and more active outlook on life.
As part of my profession, I have to study hard to keep up to date with modern techniques and ever changing rules and regulations from the regulating bodies which govern osteopathy. This keeps both you and me safe and improves the quality of treatment you get from me as an osteopath. I’m happy to say that it also enables me to be able to bring you new, better and much quicker ways of treating the many different conditions that I regularly see every day, so that you can get on with living your life, pain free.