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Halifax Clinic

Halifax Clinic

Show Phone Number7, Carlton Street, Halifax, HX1 2AL, West YorkshireUK
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
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About Halifax Clinic

Two clinics in West Yorkshire are run by this osteopathy practice, one in Halifax and the other in Huddersfield. All the osteopaths at the clinics are registered with the General Osteopathic Council. Services provided are osteopathy treatments that involve gentle manipulation and mobilization of joints, muscle and soft tissue, exercise and posture correction prescriptions, lymphatic drainage and counseling for individuals and couples. The clinics have comfortable treatment rooms and has disability access on the ground floor.

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from 1 verified review Patient Reviews of Halifax Clinic

"An excellent level of care throughout"
5 50Reviewed 24 Jul 2017 Review verified by phone and email.
Treatment Received: Facelift
This is my first review ever – I had facelift surgery performed at the Elland Spire hospital in March this year. Naturally this was a big decision and I spent some time doing my research. My surgery was performed by Mr. Mahajan and my result is excellent. I look like me as I did 10 years ago. One of my major worries was that I would not look natural but no one amongst my close friend and family guessed and I have had some lovely compliments! I had one night overnight stay at the hospital and took pain killers for a couple of days. I had some numbness for the next couple of months which was not uncomfortable and has faded gradually.

I am really happy with my results and would also like to call out the excellent level of care throughout from both Mr. Mahajan and all of the Spire Hospital staff.
Treated By: Mr Mahajan Total Amount Paid £5900
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David Sykes

Huddersfield born David qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (London) in 1988 and joined Kim Burton at the Huddersfield clinic which he and his wife later took over in 1997. He also set up the Halifax clinic in 1990. His specific clinical interests are neck pain, intervertebral disc injuries, low back pain, sports, motorcycle and general motorsports injuries. David has been involved in research at Huddersfield University and from 1989 to 2007 has been Research Officer and Council member of the British Osteopathic Association. He is married to Agi and they have two children, he has an active interest in motorsport and currently is involved in sprint/hillclimb racing. He is very well placed to discuss your car seating!

Agi Sykes

Agi qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (London) in 1991, where she was an active member of the pregnancy and sports injury clinics. These are specific clinical interests that she has nurtured over the years. Her other special interest is the treatment of Lymphoedema for which she is ‘Leduc’ trained (and currently is the only osteopath in the UK who is!). See - Agi Sykes Lymphoedema Clinic Agi has also been an elected council member of the British Osteopathic Association and amongst other duties was the editor of the Association newsletter from 2002 - 2007. She is married to David and they have two children.

Tim McClune

Tim qualified from the British School of Osteopathy (London) in 1989. He practised in a sports medicine clinic initially, and has been in Huddersfield since 1993. His specific clinical interests are whiplash related injuries, intervertebral disc injuries and low back pain. Tim has been involved in research at Huddersfield University over the last 13 years, publishing in medical journals, specific topics; adolescent back pain, spinal manipulation for back pain, whiplash treatment and patient education. He is a member of the National Council for Osteopathic Research (NCOR), which oversees and supports research in osteopathy. He has also recently been elected onto the General Osteopathic Council, the Government body that regulates the osteopathic profession. Tim is at present working part-time for a PhD degree looking at the social and political influences on osteopathy. He is married to Kathy and they have three children, he tries to keep fit by running and climbing.
Show Phone Number7, Carlton Street, Halifax, HX1 2AL, West YorkshireUK