Arthritis Pain Relief

Osteopathy can improve symptoms of arthritis

As our bodies grow older they can experience a lot of wear and tear (osteoarthritis) and this can be very painful and restrictive to our everyday life. However, contrary to what you have heard or have been told, there is something that can help greatly - osteopathy.

The treatment will involve gentle massage and joint articulation and this will feel very soothing and relaxing to the areas in pain. Although osteopathy cannot take away the wear in the joints, we can help to reduce the pain that the joints and the muscles around them give you and also improve your mobility. This means we can help to reduce the impact osteoarthritis has on your life and help you to get back to doing what you love - whether it’s gardening or walking or playing with your grandchildren.

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One of our experts will complete an assessment, make a diagnosis and come up with a personalised treatment plan for you.

Get Out Of Pain & Back To Doing What You Love

We will use hands-on therapy and a home exercise program to help eliminate your pain.

Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic

The Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic was established and is run by Sue Jennings, BSc (Hons), Osteopath. The Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic is situated on the ground floor of Lordswood Leisure Centre, North Dane Way, Chatham, with plenty of free parking and disabled access.

The clinic is open during the daytime on Monday to Friday, evening appointments available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings. We are also open on a Saturday from 9am -1pm. Lordswood Osteopathic Clinic staff are all registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).

Institute of Osteopathy (iO)

Sue Jennings is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy (iO). The iO is the largest membership body of osteopaths in the UK and works to support, unite, develop and promote the osteopathic profession for the benefit of patient health.