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Gw Osteopathy - Guildford

Gw Osteopathy - Guildford

Show Phone Number2A Guildford Park Rd, Surrey, GU2 7ER
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Opening Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday11:00 - 19:30
Friday
Saturday09:00 - 13:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Paediatric Osteopathy
Cranial Osteopathy
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Provides

Acupuncture

Massage Therapy

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy

Osteopathy

 
Cranial Osteopathy
 
Paediatric Osteopathy

Physiotherapy

 
Dry Needling
 
Pre & Post Operative Treatments

Massage Therapy

 
Massage
 
Sports Massage

Acupuncture

 
Acupuncture Treatment

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

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Miss Phoebe Bolton

Biography:
Phoebe graduated with Distinction from Oxford Brookes University with a Master’s Degree in Osteopathy, has been certified in Medical Acupuncture and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Equine Osteopathy from the Osteopathic Centre for Animals. Phoebe enjoys treating patients of all ages and stages and is passionate about giving personalised treatment, exercises and lifestyle advice. Her approach is mainly structural, compromising of soft tissue work, muscle energy techniques and joint mobilisations. Phoebe believes that patient education is essential; a clear understanding of the causes and maintaining factors of a patient’s pain helps it to be managed most effectively and reduces the risk of reoccurrence. Phoebe has just moved to Worcester and is part of Worcester Hockey Club, enjoys going out on her road bike and participates in crossfit and yoga. These interests give her an indepth understanding of sports biomechanics, injuries, rehabilitation, but more importantly has fuelled her passion for injury reduction. Phoebe offers biomechanical and postural assessments. These help to identify areas of the body which may not be working so well, but don’t cause pain; think of it like an MOT. Having an awareness of these areas and following specific recommendations will improve musculoskeletal function and reduce the likelihood of future discomfort. Phoebe enjoys keeping up to date with the latest research in manual therapy and has seen this greatly benefit her treatments. She is particularly interested in strength and conditioning and would like to continue this in the future, focusing on horses and riders. This is in conjunction with her work as an equine osteopath in Worcestershire and the surrounding counties.

Mr Rhys Bastable

Biography:
Rhys graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2012 after completing a 4 year undergraduate masters in Osteopathy. He was part of the first cohort to graduate studying osteopathy at Leeds Met, as well as being elected 4 years in a row as course student liaison. Rhys is a structural osteopath who combines a wide range of soft tissue (massage) techniques and articulatory manoeuvres to promote a gentler, yet very effective way of treating. In the near future he is looking to broaden his scope of practice out to acupuncture and cranial osteopathy to promote a well round and patient centre practice. Earlier years- Rhys was born and raised in the west midlands region and attended the local comprehensive, Thorns Community College, where for 3 years was class representative and in his final year became Head Boy. He then attended King Edward IV College Stourbridge and after two years of study went onto University. Rhys has always had a keen interest in sport, representing Worcestershire County for 5 years in track and field athletics, as well as playing football to a high standard during his later years at school and college. Nowadays he still plays competitive football and has taken up a new challenge of learning to play golf. From his sporting background Rhys has always been fascinated in the way the human body recovers and after suffering many injuries ‘on the field of battle’ has been keen to help others find their way back to fitness. Although sporting injuries are Rhys’s fascination he welcomes all who suffer from any musculoskeletal pain. Rhys’s main focus is for patients to engage in their wellbeing and regularly prescribes stretches and gentle exercises to help maintain the effects of the treatment given, so that his patients can go longer between treatments and have a better quality of movement/ life.
Show Phone Number2A Guildford Park Rd, Surrey, GU2 7ER