Jessup Osteopathic Clinic
Our goal is to help you reconnect with that inherent health in the context of your life to reduce pain and discomfort so you can get back to activities you love.
Are you looking for an Osteopath on the Norfolk Coast in the Great Yarmouth area? Originally established 1982, we are based on the ground floor of a large Victorian house situated in the High Road Gorleston, with four treatment rooms and a comfortable Reception area.
Most people think of osteopaths as back pain specialists. Treating low back problems can certainly take up a large part of any working day, but osteopathy can help with a far wider range of medical conditions than people first think. Osteopaths are lucky in that they have time to talk to their patients about their problem, with the average initial consultation and treatment taking up to 45 minutes. This enables the osteopath to focus on trying to find the cause of the problem and not just concentrate on where the symptoms are, irrespective of whether there is long standing discomfort or a sudden acute onset of pain.
Our Osteopaths Carl and Emma have the experience of helping patients bounce back quickly, specialising in providing a professional, friendly and efficient service, using a variety of osteopathic approaches, and tailoring those treatments specifically to you to help manage your problem!
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a system of health care using manual methods of diagnosis and treatment designed to work alongside orthodox medicine with the goal of enabling the individual to achieve an improved state of health!
So how can we help you?
Regardless of age or gender, many people will suffer from back or neck pain, headaches or injuries due to sport or work or sitting in front of a computer. Your body has a natural mechanism of self-healing. We believe in helping you to enhance the ability of the body to self-heal that may be influenced by your lifestyle and overall general health.
Please call us on 01493 443095. If we are not available, because we are with a patient, please leave your message on the answering service and we will return your call. Alternatively, use our contact page but please leave a telephone number so we can follow up your query.