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Osteopathy Clinic in Wimbledon - Discover Effective Osteopathy Treatments for Pain Relief and Optimal Health

Nordic Balance Wimbledon Village, an osteopathy clinic in Wimbledon, combines 20+ years of experience treating musculoskeletal conditions like neck and back pain, joint and muscular pain, sports injuries, and recurring headaches.

With a safe and hands-on approach, our osteopaths focus on the body's joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons to provide effective treatment. Taking an integrated approach, we address the root cause of the problem for long-term results and pain relief.

Our skilled osteopaths utilise various techniques, from structural to cranial, to enhance joint mobility, increase flexibility, and improve circulation. In addition, lifestyle advice and tailored exercises may be provided. Initial assessments last approximately 45 minutes, while ongoing treatments vary from 30 to 45 minutes, all tailored to meet your specific needs. Experience the benefits of osteopathy in Wimbledon for natural pain relief and improved musculoskeletal health. Contact us today.

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Discover Pain Relief and Wellness at our Osteopathy Clinic in Wimbledon Village

What is Osteopathy? Osteopathy is a form of manual therapy that focuses on the musculoskeletal system and its relationship with the body's overall health. It involves using manipulation, stretching, and massage techniques to promote healing, reduce pain, and improve the body's function.

What does an osteopath treat? Osteopaths can treat various conditions, including back and neck pain, joint pain, sports injuries, headaches, and musculoskeletal issues related to posture. They also consider the impact of lifestyle, stress, and other factors on the body's health.

Can osteopaths help with back pain? Yes, osteopaths can often help with back pain. They assess the body, considering factors such as posture, muscle imbalances, joint mobility, and nerve function. By identifying and addressing the underlying causes of back pain, osteopaths aim to reduce pain, improve mobility, and promote long-term healing.

Is osteopathy safe? Osteopathy is generally considered safe when practised by qualified and registered professionals. Osteopaths undergo extensive training to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to provide safe and effective treatments. As with any healthcare profession, seeking treatment from a reputable and licensed osteopath is important.

When should I book an appointment with an osteopath? Consider booking an appointment with an osteopath if you are experiencing musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction, such as back pain, joint pain, or headaches. Osteopaths can also provide preventive care and advice on maintaining good musculoskeletal health.

What is the difference between osteopathy, chiropractic, and physiotherapy? While osteopathy, chiropractic, and physiotherapy all focus on the musculoskeletal system, there are some differences in their approaches and techniques. Osteopaths emphasise a holistic approach, considering the body as a whole interconnected unit. They aim to restore balance and optimise the body's self-healing mechanisms through manual techniques, such as manipulation, soft tissue work, and stretching. In their treatment approach, osteopaths often consider other factors, such as lifestyle, nutrition, and emotional well-being.

Whilst there are differences in approach, there can also be overlap in the conditions treated and techniques used by these professionals. The choice between osteopathy, chiropractic, or physiotherapy may depend on your preferences, the nature of your condition, and the expertise and qualifications of the practitioners available.

Experience the benefits of osteopathy in Wimbledon for natural pain relief and improved musculoskeletal health. Contact us today. 

Pain Relief

Osteopathy can help to ease musculoskeletal pain, including back pain, neck pain, and joint discomfort.

Improved Mobility

Osteopathic treatments enhance joint mobility and flexibility, promoting better movement and function.

Holistic Approach

Osteopaths consider the whole body, addressing symptoms and underlying factors for improved health.

Natural Healing

Osteopathy supports the body's self-healing abilities, promoting natural and non-invasive healthcare.

Noemi Panella

Osteopath Noemi Panella was born in Italy, where she studied at the International College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) in Milan, later qualifying in 2019 at The Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine from Kingston University.  Noemi has developed the skills and experience to treat patients of all ages, from babies to pregnant women, athletes, and the elderly. Noemi adapts the treatment according to the individual needs of each patient.  Noemi uses both musculoskeletal structural methods and incorporates the Sutherland method of…

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Marco Antonetto

Marco Antonetto is a registered Osteopath and Medical Acupuncturist, always aiming to provide the highest quality of care to his patients. He graduated from the International College Of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM) in Italy and then completed a Master's with First Class Honours Degree at Kingston University in 2017. Marco gained extensive experience in the field during his studies as he had more than 1300 hours of clinical contact and treated more than 200 patients. Marco combines every side of the…

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George Russell

Meet Osteopath George Russell. Now located in Wimbledon, George gained a Masters's degree in Osteopathy from the University College of Osteopathy (formerly BSO), where he worked in a busy clinic treating various patients for the last two years. He has worked in a busy GP surgery and several specialist clinics for chronic pain, the elderly and the homeless. George's holistic approach encompasses all aspects of the osteopathic principles and techniques for immediate pain and the root cause, helping restore the body…

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Lazarus Nono

Meet Osteopath Lazarus Nono. A Senior Osteopath in Wimbledon, Lazarus has a degree from the British School of Osteopathy and a Master’s degree in Performing Arts Medicine. Lazarus trained initially in Classical Ballet, Jazz, and contemporary dance. However, Lazarus’s professional dance career was brought to an end by dance-related injuries, which led him to pursue osteopathy. Before joining Nordic Balance, Lazarus was the in-house Osteopath at Clifford Chance and the Foreign Office. Lazarus is also a senior clinic tutor at the…

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Contact Our Osteopathy Team in Wimbledon

Our osteos work with most major UK Health Insurance companies, including Bupa, AXA-PPP, Aviva, Allianz, Cigna, WPA, EMR and more. If you would like to receive treatment through your health insurance, please contact us to discuss the next steps.

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