A family Osteopathy Practice in Stoke Newington
We treat people of all ages and from all walks of life. At Butterfield Osteopathy we specialise in Women’s Health, Cranial Osteopathy & Osteopathy for Children.
Over the last nine years Butterfield Osteopathy has provided treatment to thousands of people from the local community. We specialise in Women’s Health, Cranial Osteopathy & Osteopathy for Children but regularly treat people of all ages and from all walks of life.
Our osteopaths take pride in helping people through the important phases of their lives. Starting a family, the arrival of a new baby, a new job or simply wanting to get fit and healthy.
Our approach to health care is holistic and person-centred and our specially designed treatment space provides a calm and tranquil setting.
What is an Osteopath?
An N1, N17, N4, N5, E8, & E5 Osteopath uses their clinical knowledge together with their highly skilled sense of touch, known as palpation, to diagnose and treat people. Osteopaths are primary health care practitioners and recognised as Allied Health Professionals by Public Health England with a statutory regulatory body, The General Osteopathic Council. All Osteopaths practising in the UK have undergone rigorous clinical training for 4 to 5 years.
The aim of osteopathic treatment is to optimise a person’s ability to express health and osteopaths will use many techniques and approaches in their treatments. At N1, N17, N4, N5, E8, & E5 Butterfield Osteopathy specialise in the osteopathic techniques that are characterised by the use of ‘gentle touch’ more popularly known as ‘cranial osteopathy’.
Massage therapy dates back thousands of years to ancient cultures that believed in its medical benefits: aiding recovery from injuries, relieving pain, reducing stress and producing a deep relaxation. Massage is a combination of various movements used to manipulate tissues for both local and overall effects and benefits. The movements range from gentle strokes to invigorating friction depending on the desired effect.
First Time Appointments
The first appointment with an osteopath involves taking a thorough medical history followed by a physical examination and treatment, if appropriate. The osteopath will make a diagnosis and discuss a treatment plan with you. Occasionally the osteopath might need to refer you to your medical practitioner or another treatment.
We accept the following insurers
64 Allen Road, London, N16 8RZ
020 7254 8890
Butterfield Osteopathy is Wheelchair Accessible