Osteopathy practice in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and Prestwood, Buckinghamshire.

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Cranial Osteopathy and Osteopathy for all ages

Osteopathy is effective at all stages of life from newborn babies right through to old age.

Osteopathy for babies

Gentle techniques work to give lasting relief from pain, improving everyday activities and enhancing performance in sport and creative arts.

Ben Colyer works at the gentle end of the Osteopathic spectrum often using Cranial Osteopathy and other similar techniques as a safe and effective alternative to joint manipulation. He has twelve years experience and trained at the British School of Osteopathy.

Ben often treats people who have sensitive systems who find they can avoid negative treatment reactions with this type of osteopathy.

Many people who come to see Ben are relieved to find that there is very little pulling and pushing and yet their pain resolves leaving them feeling better and looser than they have done in a long while.

 

 "Ben is a skilled and intuitive osteopath with a sensitive approach to his clients and a focussed approach to his work. I am amazed at how much he can percieve through his light touch treatment and how effective the results can be."
Victoria, mother of twins

“I had no previous experience of cranial osteopathy, but following a riding accident which resulted in severe whiplash, I found Ben’s website and was intrigued by this form of treatment, in particular that there is no “pulling and pushing”! After only two treatments, which were completely non-invasive, the pain and stiffness in my neck was hugely improved and I had far more movement than I thought possible.  Ben also worked on realigning my shoulders and pelvis, after which I noticed when riding my horse that I could lengthen my right stirrup by a hole – clearly I had been tight and short through the right side of my body.  I would highly recommend Ben’s gentle and skilled treatment to anyone.”
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