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Best osteopathy in London

Post  kite on Thu Jan 01, 2009 11:15 am

Mr Joshi: One of the late Princess of Wales's favourite practitioners, with a soothing manner to compensate for his more painful manoeuvres. At the London Medical Centre, W1 (020 7935 0023), 60.

Simeon Niel-Asher: Highgate-based, and a favourite with rock-star celebs (including Martin Kemp, who credits Simeon for much of his recovery after surgery for his brain tumour), now specialising in sorting out frozen shoulders (020 8347 6160), 55.

David Propert: at Dolphin Square Health Clinic, SW1 (020 7798 8685), 50 for first appointment, then 35.

Valeria Ferreira: osteo and cranio-sacral therapy at the Wren Clinic, EC3 (020 7283 8908) 65, 50 thereafter, and Muswell Hill Healing Arts (020 8365 3545), 50.

Peter Bartlett: also good for cranial osteopathy and he's a naturopath, too. At the Hale Clinic, W1 (020 7631 0156), 70.

Grania Stewart-Smith: based in St John's Wood, she specialises in necks and also biorhythms, using them to diagnose and treat allergies (020 7286 2615), 55.

Piers Spencer: Belgrave Medical Centre, SW1 (020 7824 8234), 35, 25 thereafter, and David Lloyd Centre, Raynes Park, (0208 543 8297), 30.

Stuart Korth: director of the Osteopathic Centre for Children (020 7486 6160), 25. Practises privately near Baker Street on Tuesdays and Thursdays (eight-week waiting list). Children only (020 7935 0844), 70.

Julian Cowan-Hill: cranio-sacral specialist, has had good results with tinnitus. At the London Medical Centre (020 7935 0023), or privately (07890 845 978), 40.

Andrew Ferguson: yesterday we said he was a chiropractor, but he is an osteopath at the Notting Hill Osteopathic Practice, 60 (020 7937 2298).


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Re: Best osteopathy in London

Post  indulgerman on Sat Jul 03, 2010 6:59 am

What exactly is osteopathy and how is it used to treat ailments of the human body? My back has been bothering me for a few years and my doctor hasn't been able to make it any better. At this point I would be willing to try alternative medical treatments. Do you think that osteopathy would be covered by my health insurance?


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