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The Osteopathic House

The Osteopathic House

Show Phone Number38, Church Street, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 1DJUK
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About The Osteopathic House

While the focus of this clinic is osteopathy, a large number of alternative therapies are performed for patients at the clinic. The clinic is located in Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire. Treatments performed at the clinic include osteopathy, cranial osteopathy, reflexology, Hopi ear candling, homeopathy, aromatherapy, Reiki, sports massage, Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, post and prenatal massage, Indian head massage and medical herbalism. A detailed assessment of the conditions affecting patients is made before treatment begins.

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Acupuncture

Herbalism

Homeopathy

Massage Therapy

Osteopathy

Osteopathy

from £45
Osteopath Consultation

Massage Therapy

from £25
Aromatherapy Massage
from £25
Indian Head Massage (30 mins)
from £45
Massage
from £45
Sports Massage (1 hour)
from £45
Swedish Massage (1 hour)

Acupuncture

from £45
Acupuncturist Consultation

Holistic Health

from £75
Cupping (1 hour 30 mins)
 
Hopi Ear Candling
from £40
Reflexology (1 hour)
 
Reiki

Homeopathy

from £48
Homeopath Consultation

Herbalism

from £38
Herbalist Consultation

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Mr Philip Aarons

Biography:
As Principal Practitioner, Philip set up the House and still works as an Osteopath full time there. Having graduated from The British School of Osteopathy, he spent 1993/ 4 in New Zealand, working with Richard Robertson DO, the ex president of the New Zealand Register. 22 years later he still loves osteopathy and continues to take new courses and learn. He was a senior tutor at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in Clinic (2004-2011) and has lectured at the British School of Osteopathy from 1995 to 2004. His topics include the History of Western Medicine, Osteopathic manual techniques and clinical skills. He is involved with the John Wernham school of Classical Osteopathy and continues professional development whenever he can.?? He latest CPD includes running and the adaptations behind it. You will see him on running courses during 2014, barefoot or similar. 2015 already has been a year to update on knee surgery and the lymph system. If he can learn more, he will. He is a member of The General Council and Register of Osteopaths, a former member of The Osteopathic Society of Great Britain, a member of Institute of Classical Osteopaths, a member of The Society of Apothecaries, trained in Sutherland Cranial Osteopathy (level 1), attended a post graduate Nutrition course at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition, Homeopathic interest courses and even boasts a diploma from The College of Healing in Wales. Lastly he is qualified to practise Medical Needling, a western form of acupuncture. Eventually he hopes to get his 10 metre swimming badge ! ?? As well as various papers ranging from Osteopathic History to Vaccination he has supervised over five dissertations investigating the benefits and history of Osteopathy.In 2009 Philip finished a NLP practitioner course specializing in listening to his patients needs. Combining multi-continent techniques and thoughts he is confident that whatever the problem he can look at it from any angle and find a solution. For fun he runs, scuba dives and spends as much time as possible with his wife Hannah, dog Pasha and his two children Joshua and Poppy. Each year he chooses an adventure to raise money for charity, 2009 was dedicated to the London Marathon and raising money for Kith and Kids, 2010 was Barnardoes and the 4 Peaks challenge while 2011 was The Ridgeway bike challenge. 2012 and 2013 saw the South Peaks Challenge by bike. (because it was very hard and he ran out of daylight first time he went back for the 90 mile off road attempt in 2014 to complete it.

Ms Clare Gold

Biography:
Clare starts at The Osteopathic House fresh for 2010. She trained with the Middlesex School Of Complementary Medicine and holds an ITEC diploma in Therapeutic Massage as well as Anatomy & Physiology and Indian Head Massage. Clare is a member of the Complementary Therapists Association (CThA). She works at The Osteopathic House on a Friday afternoon and is often willing to see clients outside these times. Always keen to continue her professional development, Clare is soon to take a course in Neuromuscular Techniques & Trigger Point Therapy – particularly useful for those suffering from headaches, neck stiffness, carpal tunnel type symptoms, tennis elbow, bursitis, frozen shoulder, back pain, low back stiffness, sciatica and shin splints. Clare has been working as a mobile massage therapist for 3 years and offers a range of Holistic Massage treatments from 30-90 minutes in duration. Each massage is tailored to suit the client’s personal preference, whether that’s a relaxing lighter touch or a more invigorating deep-tissue treatment tackling problem areas. She now plans to bring her clients to her and concentrate in Rickmansworth. In her spare time, Clare sings and plays the flute in a local Latin jazz band, can occasionally be seen treading the boards with an amateur dramatics society and is also devoted Mum to her young son. We welcome her to the Osteopathic house and hope she makes her home here.

Ms Debra Katz-Wagemaker

Biography:
Debra is a full time acupuncturist who is trained in both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a member of the British Acupuncture Council. Debra joined the Osteopathic House in 2008 and also practises in a London acupuncture clinic where she specialises in female and male fertility treatments and pregnancy care. She is a strong advocate of using acupuncture alongside Western Medicine and other complimentary modalities to optimise a clients treatment. Her skill in Acupuncture brings patients in from all around the southeast and we feel very fortunate that she has arrived in Rickmansworth. Since joining the Osteopathic House her dedication, compassion and natural good humour has been a real asset to the Clinic. Debra is a trained Karate expert and fantastic mother of two small boys. Always smiling and if you have been looking for a acupuncturist that is professional, talented and willing to understand your needs, the search is over.

Ms Liz Treadaway

Biography:
Liz graduated from the prestigious British School of Osteopathy, the UKs oldest school of Osteopathy, which is respected throughout the world for providing high quality, innovative and modern osteopathic education. She joined the team at The Osteopathic House in 2009. Liz first gained an interest in Osteopathy after having her horse treated many years ago, and now focuses her interest in treating people. She is passionate about Osteopathy and the benefits it offers to a wide variety of patients. During her treatment she uses a range of techniques and approaches and considers aspects of nutrition, lifestyle and exercise for her patients. Liz is registered with The General Osteopathic Council (COsC) and The British Osteopathic Association (BOA) and regularly attends continued professional development courses and lectures to keep up to date with the ever advancing world of clinical medicine. As dedication goes, she ranks number 1 and her commitment to getting you better is always 100%. Outside of Osteopathy Liz enjoys spending quality time with friends and family and enjoying the countryside either with her horse ‘Sonar’ or the family dogs. When time permits Liz can sometimes be found spending the day at the go-karting track getting her adrenaline buzz! Liz stays well away from the squash courts but has has her 10 metre and 50 metre swimming badges!!

Ms Nicola Boyes

Biography:
We are pleased Nick choose the Osteopathic House to begin building her career with. We have long been a fan of her and her work and she starts in 2010. Nick began her career as a massage and sports massage therapist in 2001 when she completed an ITEC diploma in anatomy, physiology and body massage, and a certificate of sports massage through the Fellowship of Sports Masseurs and Therapists. Since then she has completed further study to extend her qualifications and techniques, most recently a diploma in 2012 in maternity massage. She is now a specialist in pre and post natal bumps! Before that in between October 2007 and January 2009 she qualified with an APNT diploma in sports injuries and massage at the Middlesex School of Complementary Medicine. She is a member of the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists (APNT) and is registered with the British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA). Nick uses techniques such as soft tissue release, muscle energy techniques, trigger point therapy and neuromuscular techniques to complement her massage treatments. Each massage is designed to treat the particular needs of the individual and may be focused on a specific area or used to treat the whole body. In her spare time, Nick enjoys running around the roads and paths of Rickmanworth as a change from running after her two young sons.

Ms Louise Illingworth

Biography:
Louise Illingworth first developed an interest in herbal medicine over fifteen years ago when she consulted a practitioner and was treated with very positive results. Qualifying in 2004 as a medical herbalist after a five year degree course with the University of Wales at the College of Phytotherapy she has now joined the team at The Osteopathic House in Rickmansworth. The course included a rigourous training in conventional medicine and diagnostics as well as the use of herbs and their application. Louise is a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists, established in 1864, as professional body for practicing herbalists. She adheres to their strict code of ethics. Louise is married with three small children whom she regularly treats with herbal remedies. We are pleased she now joins the team and feel sure she will add benifit to any ailment.

Ms Ursula Bartlett

Biography:
Ursula lives in Croxley Green and is married with three grown up children and two grandchildren.? Her interest in alternative therapies, and particularly in Reflexology, led to her successful completion of the Level 3 Diploma and subsequent membership of the Association of Reflexology in 2006. Since then she has started to build her practice from home, but is mobile, and happy to do home visits within the local area.? Ursula firmly believes complementary therapies have a significant role to play in our society, and that integrated healthcare is the way forward. She feels It is essential we take responsibility for our own well-being, and is confident she can help others to do this through Reflexology. Always on the go, with many other interests and hobbies, Ursula is known by many locally as the cake lady for her hobby (albeit slightly out of hand) of making and decorating celebration cakes for all occasions. She and her husband, Paul, are inland waterways enthusiasts, and may be glimpsed cruising along the Grand Union Canal on their trusty old narrowboat Forget Me Not, complete with Rosie, Jim and Duck on display in the window!? Ursula joined the house in January 2008 and we are pleased her new year resolution was to be part of a team that cares. She can be found on a Monday night between 6.30 and 10 pm at the Osteopathic House, smiling and here to help. Gift vouchers etc. also available.
Show Phone Number38, Church Street, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 1DJUK