Osteopathy, sports and spinal therapy clinic.
Oxspines Osteopathy Oxford offers independent physical therapy treatment and massage at affordable prices for residents of Oxford.
Founded in 2009, Oxspines is renowned for its advanced practices, exceptional patient care, and outstanding results.
Oxspines Osteopathy Oxford specializes in:
- individualized care
- a holistic approach
- affordable treatment
Oxspines has earned a reputation among referring physicians and patients alike for providing effective care.
We recognize that our patients are the key element in the physical therapy process. We empower our patients to take control of their health and well-being. Our plans of care are tailored to each patient’s unique needs, and we involve our patients in every step of the process.
Did you know that we at Oxspines Osteopathy specialise in chronic pain?
Life can be so very hard if you live with chronic pain. We have a unique multidisciplinary approach to making life bearable and joyous again. Please do share this with your friends. we don’t just fix acute back pain and necks and knees but have excellent results with migraine, helping manage chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis.
Here is a testamonial from a current patient with M. E
”Oxspines Osteopathy techniques have been great in relieving stubborn tension headaches that used to last for days. To have the pressure removed is a wonderful feeling. My pain levels have also improved all of which helps with the fatigue that comes from a body under stress. I’d definitely recommend Oxspines to anyone with headache, stress or chronic pain issues ”
Training, qualifications & experience
General Osteopathic Council registered member
Bsc Hons osteopathy oxford brookes 2.1
Spinal manipulation and mobilisation tailored to your needs
Specialist in chronic pain, headaches and jaw pain as well as conventional osteopathic techniques for sciatica and discs
£45.00 per treatment
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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