An osteopathy and wellness clinic in south Suffolk.
Helping your body keep up with your life.
Long Melford, Suffolk
- Neurolinguistic programming
Long Melford Osteopaths
Lime Tree House
We believe in vitality and health. We believe this should be the norm in every person's life. Our aim is to help optimise your physical health and allow you to live life with vitality until you need us again. We do this by bringing together a support network of specialist practitioners who collaborate to help you reach a health outcome.
We specialise in your physical health, movement, body structure and function by assessing your body as a whole to identify and treat the root cause of an issue.
Our specialists collaborate to retrain your body’s movement and ability to recover and work with your body’s natural propensity to heal itself.
We help you find inspiration to make small and ongoing improvements to your fitness and physical health, helping you become more resistant to the everyday stresses and pressures of life.
Philip Tanswell opened Long Melford Osteopaths in 1983 and from his expertise and tutelage, we have grown to serve a large area of Suffolk with a hands-on approach to health and injury that focuses on the individual. We work hard to continually develop our skills sets to ensure that we are able to deliver the right and most up to date approach to help manage and optimise your physical health.
The body needs to move, we were born to move and when growing another human the female body must stay true to this, after all motherhood is one of the toughest endurance sports out there.
What sets osteopathy apart is approaching the person not the problem. We work to put together the puzzle and find the root cause of his problem.
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