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Derby Osteopath

Derby Osteopath

Show Phone NumberBurton House Business Centre, 83 Burton Road, DerbyUK
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Opening Hours

Monday08:45 - 17:15
Tuesday13:30 - 20:00
Wednesday08:45 - 17:15
Thursday08:45 - 20:00
Friday08:45 - 17:15
Saturday11:30 - 14:15
Prices from £30 - Enquire for a fast quote from Derby Osteopath.

Popular Treatments

Osteopath Consultation £30 - £37
Back Pain Treatment £30 - £37
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Posture Management £30 - £37
Myofascial Release £30 - £37
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About Derby Osteopath

Discover how you can recover from injuries faster, relieve your pain and aid your body's recovery from injuries. We specialise in applying sports massage, facilitated stretching, harmonic articulation, inhibition, therapeutic ultra sound and long and short lever joint-release techniques to ease your aches and sprains, so that you can return to your normal life quickly.

Getting you back to your normal way of living is our goal. Whether you are an active sports person or a busy parent, we use powerful massage and physical therapy to recapture your health, sustain your strength and address your pain.

We offer you a central Derby location, with off-road car-parking, a fully-equiped clinic room and a professional service.

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  • BOA - British Osteopathic Association (UK) 
  • GOsC - General Osteopathic Council (UK) 




Parking - Off road next to the foyer

Accessible to disabled people - ground floor

Public transport access - Main Burton Road

Wheelchair accessible toilet - Toilets on site

Access without steps - Two steps

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Clinic Services

Home visits - £45 plus per mile premium

Open weekends - Limited Saturday appointments

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£30 - £37
Myofascial Release

Massage, stretching, mobilisation and manipulation are effective supports to your well-being. No single approach works for everyone and we tailor our treatment methods to your individual needs based upon the results of your examination. We use a combination of traditional massage (including Effleurage and kneading), as well as cross-fibre, inhibition, friction and stretching. In addition to these massage approaches, we physiotherapy and osteopathy techniques like static and contract relax stretching, gentle harmonic joint-rocking, and short lever joint-freeing techniques to improve the mobility of your body’s tissues.

£30 - £37
Osteopath Consultation

Initial 1 hour consultation and treatment £40

Follow-up treatments £30


£30 - £37
Posture Management

Ask anyone to demonstrate poor posture and they may bring their shoulders forward, round their upper back while over arching their lower back and pressing their tummy forward. Then ask them to show you good posture and most of us would adopt a stiffened stand to attention stance. What and where is good posture? The first poor posture with its rounded back asks the body to consume more energy holding the body up against gravity. Best posture uses the least energy and maintains lines of symmetry centrally and side on.

Best side facing posture demonstrates a plumb line down through the ear hole, shoulder, lumbar spine, hip joint, knee and ankle.

Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
£30 - £37
Sports Therapy

Sports Therapy is the manipulation of your bodys surface and deep layers of soft tissues after or before sporting activities. Effective treatment addresses firstly areas that are causing you discomfort and secondly supports your whole body. In this way treatment can have different goals, for example enhancing circulation, reducing pain, relaxation or sports preparation.

Massage has powerful effects upon on all of your bodys tissues, but most important is the way massage enhances circulation and the movement of fluid in and around your bodily tissues.

The smallest unit of life is the cell. Each of your cells does a vital job, be it building hormones or gobbling-up waste materials. Your well-being then, depends on each cell being supplied with the energy and raw materials it requires to carry out its role. Without suitable circulation the cells in your body will suffer starvation of energy and raw materials. A cell is like a tiny factory, it will produce waste products like lactic acid or free radicals, even when the supply of raw materials slows or stops. This means that waste products accumulate in your tissues, which can then lead to toxicity and discomfort. Massage then, limits this toxic build-up, while treating your bodys tight muscles that allowed toxicity to occur in the first place.

Massage Therapy

Sports Massage

A traditional yet powerful method of affecting the fluid balance and tone of your painful muscles and tendons.


£30 - £37
Back Pain Treatment

Chiropractic uses techniques like joint   manipulations. – These techniques are direct joint adjustments that allow the muscles around your spine or joint to relax, thereby allowing a proper supply of blood to enter the the joint. These high-speed, low-distance thrusts often create a pop or a crack that is completely normal and considered healthy when used appropriately. Often considered to be the main therapeutic tool of chiropractors, these are effective methods, but are all the more effective when combined with articulation and massage.

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Alexander Spray


Alex graduated from the College of Osteopaths in Stoke-on-Trent with a BSc (Hons) in Osteopathy. Before discovering the benefits of Osteopathy, he was a keen martial artist and was fascinated by the role that exercise and stretching played in injury prevention and rehabilitation. He trained as a Sports Injuries and Spinal Manipulation Therapist prior to the completion of the five-year degree in Osteopathy. Alex has practised yoga for six years and now practises Hatha Yoga four times a week as well as Pilates. Next year Alex aims to commence studying Cranial Osteopathy at the Sutherland College.

During his studies at the College of Osteopaths, Alex built up his own Derby Physical Therapy Practice that continues to grow, with a full-time dedicated city centre clinic. Alex uses active resisted muscle testing, biomechanical postural assessment, Orthopaedic provocation tests and gentle tissue palpation as his diagnostic screen. Alex works with patients from all backgrounds and addresses many different pain presentations although he has a particular interest in helping people with chronic pain.

Alex is registered with the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association.

Show Phone NumberBurton House Business Centre, 83 Burton Road, DerbyUK