Lee Clarke Osteopath – COVID-19 UPDATE

Due to the escalation of COVID-19, I have made the decision to temporarily cease all hand’s-on treatments. I cannot justify the potential risk of spreading the virus between my patients and subsequently to their families, knowing the NHS will be struggling to cope over the coming weeks and months.

One of the reasons I became an osteopath is to help people and I want to continue doing that during this difficult period. I’m offering free phone/online consultations, help and advice to reduce muscle and joint pain.

Consultations will provide you with a diagnosis, management plan and include;
* Mobility techniques, stretches and strengthening exercises.
* Hydrotherapy techniques.
* Lifestyle interventions.
* Support and reassurance.

To arrange a free consultation call: 07766 553 380, 01753 316 053 or email info@leeclarkeosteopath.co.uk


I’m passionate about working with people who suffer from muscle and joint complaints. My professional commitment towards my patients aims to reduce pain, improve mobility and promote health and wellbeing.

I treat each person as an individual and don’t only focus upon the symptoms but also consider how other structures may have influenced each complaint, locating the source of each condition. My aim is to diagnose, manually treat and provide you with an understanding of your condition. In addition I supply a home exercise plan, working alongside you to achieve your treatment goals, in as few visits as possible.

An individualised, non-invasive treatment approach

I tailor individual treatment and rehabilitation plans, which are developed after gaining an understanding of your case and in consideration of your; posture, mobility, general health, medical history and any previous injuries/surgeries.

Treatment encompasses a wide range of hands-on, manual techniques which are discussed and professionally administered. I can provide expert advice and treatment for a wide range of conditions, including:

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You’re in safe hands. (I’m registered)

You do not need a GP referral to visit an osteopath. Osteopathy is a regulated profession and osteopaths are recognised within the NHS as Allied Health Professionals.

As an osteopath, I underwent degree level science and clinical training. I’m registered with the General Osteopathic Council, a member of The Institute of Osteopathy and I’m fully insured.

I regularly undertake Continued Professional Development, maintaining and enhancing my professional knowledge.

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