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COVID-19 Osteopathy & Pilates guidelines

We respectfully ask patients to not attend the clinic if you have flu or cold like symptoms, a fever, shortness of breath or have knowingly been in contact with somebody with a confirmed case of Corona Virus. Also please do not attend if you have visited or travelled through one of the risk areas stated on the goverment website in the last 2 weeks.

Please rest assurred knowing that the prevention and delay in spreading COVID-19 is of the upmost importance to me and my Pilates team at Kennington Osteopathic Practice and that from now on we will be making the following changes in clinic:

1, All patients will being screened on the phone regarding the previously outlined questions before booking their appointments and all patients will be then be asked these questions again upon arrival to the clinic.

2, All patients will be asked to wash their hands with soap and water or to apply hand sanitser before entering the clinic. All Osteopathy and massage sessions will be performed using gloves and all surfaces that are regularly touched will be cleaned before and after sessions.

3, Pilates classes are still taking place and will do until we are unable to provided them. All clients will be asked to clean their mats before and after use and we will be reducing the amount of props too. Pilates clients will also be asked to bring their own towels along to use instead of blocks to rest their heads.

I personally believe that good health and strong immunity is vital in the long term prevention of all illnesses and that during this period we must ensure that our immunity is as high as possible through exercise and nutrition, so please stay fit, healthy and active. If you have any further concerns or questions, please do get in touch. Sophie.

Government Guidelines and Osteopathy

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/osteopathy/ is an independent public body that provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care in England.

 

NICE recommends manual therapy to be an effective form of treatment of lower back pain.

 

Working within these guidelines osteopathy can provide effective pain relief for many complaints such as neck pain, back pain, headaches, joint pain and sciatica.

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Who Are We?

The practice first opened in 2013, by Osteopath Sophie Jones. Sophie qualified from Oxford Brookes with an honours degree in Osteopathy. Since then, Sophie has been striving to help people alleviate their pain using Osteopathy and by educating patients in pain self-management.

 

Sophie’s main goal when opening the practice was to be able to provide people with a quality service at an affordable price within the Oxford and Abingdon area, along with free parking!

Since opening the practice, Sophie and her associates have successfully treated and educated hundreds of people in how to relieve their pain and how to make the pain relief last, long term.

 

The majority of patients that we see present with back pain, neck pain, sciatica and sporting injuries, however, we regularly see people with many other types of pain.

 

Through a wide range of techniques, Sophie and her her qualified team can help you to alleviate your pain today.

Why Choose Us?

Kennington Osteopaths  educate patients in Oxford, Abingdon and wider Oxfordshire area on the best long term ways to overcome persistent pain from our Oxford based Osteopathy Practice, parking is free! 

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