New Opening Times

I am now operating a reduced service opening Tuesday mornings and Friday mornings from 9am till 1pm until further notice. You can speak to me anytime Monday to Friday (9am till 5pm) for information and advice pertaining to any aches and pains and or sports injuries you may have. Just call 07710-244-390 or if on a mobile tap the green button below ⤵️


Tom Harper


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Tired of Missing out on having fun with your Grandkids because of Low Back Issues?

Nuneaton Osteopath Reveals the

Highly Effective Treatment Protocol that has

been helping local Seniors Finally Overcome

Long Term Low Back Pain

....without Expensive Medications or Surgeries.

One of the most frustrating things in the world is not being able to participate in life's most enjoyable activities because your body isn't cooperating. An unfortunate fact is that many senior citizens in the world today have to miss out on life because of debilitating low back pain.Many Low Back Pain sufferers over the age of 50 are quick to blame their condition on advancing age. While age does play a factor, there is usually adeeper cause to why their low back is in such bad shape.

The good news is that once you understand the usual core causes of low back pain in people around the ages of 50-65, you can actually do something about it with some very simple and inexpensive treatments. Once you understand what is actually causing your low back pain, you can actually do a lot to avoid the things that caused it (and finally be rid of the pain that you might have been dealing with for years).

So... If you are over the age of 50, what are the most likely culprits that have caused low back pain and kept you from experiencing life to the fullest?

About 

Tom Harper has been actively involved in promoting pain relief treatment for over twenty years. He is the Registered Osteopath at the Nuneaton Osteopathic Clinic and has interests in sports injuries and headache and migraine treatment and is a keen cyclist and fell-walker.

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