Prestwich Osteopathy is a newly established osteopathic clinic in Manchester. It is run by experienced practitioner Martina Carr (BSc Hons Osteopathy, MA.) The clinic offers an extensive variety of treatments – structural osteopathy, sacro-cranial treatment, acupuncture – dry needling, deep tissue massage, sports massage and individual pilates program for back pain and sports injury rehabilitation. The treatments are available in a number of locations in the Manchester area.

If you require your treatments on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday in Prestwich please call 0161 207 0307 or email info@prestwichosteopathy.co.uk | Online Booking available.

If you require treatments on Mondays or Thursdays in central Manchester please call Manchester Osteopaths on 0161 410 0151 or visit the website.

Evening/weekends appointments are available. Please call 07764188257 to discuss or email info@prestwichosteopathy.co.uk.

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I first went to see Martina in 2014 with a recurrent pain under my right shoulder blade. I had suffered intermittently with this complaint for a number of years. Martina quickly identified the source of the problem (a combination of poor posture and sleeping position) and my very first treatment made a huge difference. Three treatments later and the pain was a thing of the past. I have continued to see Martina whenever I have any sort of niggle, and also when I can do with a restorative massage. I cannot recommend her highly enough, she is extremely experienced and intuitive.

I have recommended several friends and family members to Martina and she has hugely helped every one of them.

Kate Swindell

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Manipulation beneficial to patients with cervicogenic headache. In a study involving patients with headache originating from the ‘neck’ the patients who received spinal manipulative therapy experienced reduced headache frequency at follow up points during the one year study compared to those patients treated with usual care who did not. British Medical Council Research Notes, July 2017 Call us on 07970 182 546 to book an appointment with our Registered Osteopath, Dawn

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