020 8520 5268 | Ashlins Natural Health, 181 Hoe Street, E17 3AP sarah@saraholiverosteopathy.com
Back Pain Treatment in Walthamstow

ABOUT

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Hi, I’m Sarah and I help sufferers of back, neck and shoulder pain feel better.

I’m a Registered Osteopath based at Ashlins Natural Health in Walthamstow, East London.

I use Osteopathy, exercise, posture and ergonomic advice to reduce pain and support the healing process.

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Back Pain

Suffering with back pain? You’re not alone – in the UK 50 million working days are lost each year due to back pain.

Osteopathy is a safe and effective treatment for many types of back pain.

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Neck Pain

Is your neck stiff and painful?  Neck problems due to tense muscles, poor posture and stiff joints are very common.

Osteopathy may help you.

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Shoulder Pain

Osteopathy could help if you have pain in your shoulder or arm.

Rotator cuff tendinitis, frozen shoulder, sub-acromial impingement and general muscle stiffness may all be managed with Osteopathy and Niel-Asher Technique (NAT).

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“I was in so much pain with sciatica, could hardly move and felt so low because of it. Once I started working with Sarah to improve the pain, I never looked back.

Sarah has a friendly professional approach and made me feel that I was in competent hands.

I would not hesitate to recommend her to anyone.”

 

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WHAT IS OSTEOPATHY?

Osteopathy is a natural therapy that focuses on your muscles, joints and nerves.
It uses ‘hands on’ techniques to promote your body’s natural healing processes and relieve pain.

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Now accepting card payments!

That's right!  At Ashlins we are taking big steps into the 21st century and have just got a card machine. You can now pay for your appointments with me by debit or credit card, so no need to rush to the cash machine anymore.   Card payments aren't available for all...

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What are knots and what can I do about them?

Knots in muscle are also known as myofascial trigger points (MFTPs), trigger points and tender points.  Their name, cause and identification can be contentious but they are a very common phenomenon and frequently contribute to muscular pain. Knots usually have these...

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What are discs and what are slipped discs?

Intervertebral discs sit between the bones in your spine (vertebrae) and act as shock absorbers.  They also contribute to the flexibility of your spine.   Discs sit in the anterior (front) part of your spine so you can't feel them through your skin.  When you touch...

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