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Can anyone recommend a good Osteopath in the North London area?

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Elaston Tue 26-Jul-16 17:01:25

I have severe back pain, which is only getting worse.
GP prescribed painkillers which clearly haven't done anything to fix the problem.
I have to do something about it now - please, any help would be much appreciated.

busymama234 Wed 10-Aug-16 10:51:22

Hi Elaston.
I really recommend Michael, an Osteopath from He seriously knows his stuff.
I had debilitating neck pain for about 3 years and could hardly move it. It was affecting my day to day life.
I visited a specialist consultant and 3 physios over the years with disappointing results. Just as I was ready to give up, I was recommended to try Michael by a friend of mine.
From the first visit, he explained things so simply. He relieved the pain AND improved my movement range (it was instant, I couldn't believe it) We followed up with strengthening sessions.
His focus is on getting people better, not committing people to 20 session plans like some. He changed my life.

Michael's is based in Hampshire and his availability is limited. but I know he's recently started at the Anytime Fitness Gym in Mill Hill in North London one day a week.
Honestly, I couldn't recommend him enough!

B1rdinthebush Wed 10-Aug-16 10:57:28

Would highly recommend Louise England who has a practice in Crouch Hill.

I have had back pain for years and had a terrible flair up of sciatica which left me almost immobile. Louise managed to sort me out in just a few sessions but also taught me exercises to do daily to help the problem.

Hope you get it sorted soon, back pain is miserable.

Elaston Fri 12-Aug-16 16:03:37

Thanks so much busymama234 and B1rdinthebush! I will check them out.

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