Neck & Shoulder Pain

Osteopathy Is For More Than Back Pain

Pain in the upper back, neck and shoulders is such a common phenomenon these days and most people recognise it as a modern-day problem caused by our posture at work, driving or sitting at the computer or laptops.

What people do not always know, however, is that this can be treated by osteopathy and relief can be found. You do not need to struggle on with pain and stiff shoulders every day.

Osteopaths use their hands to treat muscles, ligaments, joints and the spine to ensure good structure and function of the body.

There are many different types of techniques used by osteopaths which allows a flexible treatment approach to suit every individual.

We also give simple take-home stretches and exercises to speed up the response to treatment but also to prevent the problem reoccurring.

Get On The Road To Recovery In 3 Easy Steps

Schedule Your First Appointment

Either book an assessment using our book now button or call us on 07809 304027.

Get A Full Personalised Assessment

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.