0118 969 6811 / 0779 258 0402
We are pleased to announce that we will be remaining open during the second lockdown.
Osteopaths are classed as Key Workers and are part of the NHS Allied Health Professionals. This is in line with advice from the department of health and our Governing Body GoSC. Your appointment is classed as a medical appointment, that you are able to travel to during lockdown.
Currently we will be unable to see you face to face if:
- You have symptoms of Covid-19 or are awaiting test results
- Have been in contact with or live with someone who has or has had Covid-19
Your safety is of the upmost importance to us, so we will of course be following our rigorous Covid policies. We will be required to wear PPE and patients to wear mask when visiting the clinic.
Please see our infection control procedures page for further details.
We will still be offering online consultations to those that would prefer not have hands on treatment at this time.
If you have any questions or unsure which treatment is best at this time, please call us on 07792580402 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to welcoming you back to the clinic.
Emma, Annie, Kat, Ros, Louise and Dewi
Welcome to Lower Earley Osteopaths
We are a long established Osteopathic practice based in Woodley, Reading. We are dedicated to providing the highest standard of patient care, specialising in the treatment of back, neck and joint pain, alongside more complex muscular and connective tissue problems. We aim to provide an individual, patient centred approach to get you diagnosed, treated and back of your feet as quickly as possible.
Working to help you with this specialised treatment approach are registered Osteopaths Emma Milligan (M Ost), Annie Jinks (B Ost Hons), Kat Day (M Ost) and Rosamund Heath (M Ost), Sports Therapist Louise Barlow, and Massage Therapist Dewi Hopley. The clinic was opened in Lower Earley in 1998 with the aim to provide professional and friendly treatment to residents in and around Reading. All Osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council, which is mandatory to practice.