We understand that your health care needs to fit around your busy schedule..
Do you suffer from a recurring sports injury? - Osteopathy can help..
We also provide professional advice on ergonomics, nutrition & exercise..
Experienced Osteopath in Ryde, Isle of Wight
Established in 2000, the practice is owned by David Barton BSc (Hons) Ost and has established a large and loyal customer base across the Isle of Wight and south coast.
In 1993, osteopathy became the first major complementary health care profession to be accorded statutory recognition under the 1993 Osteopaths Act. This has culminated in the opening of the statutory register of osteopaths by the General Osteopathic Council in May 1998. Only those practitioners able to show that they have been in safe and competent practice of osteopathy will be allowed onto the register.
David Barton is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy (iO) and registered with the General Osteopathic Council. The iO is the largest membership body of osteopaths in the UK and works to unite, support, develop and promote the osteopathic profession for the benefit of patient care.
Pain relief from head to toe through different stages of life.
At Ryde Osteopathic Practice, we pride ourselves on our thorough and caring approach.
Whatever or wherever the pain, we will carry out a comprehensive examination, paying careful consideration to the way in which the patient moves and stands.
As well as a complete range of osteopathic treatments, we also provide professional advice on ergonomics, nutrition and exercise.
David Barton has worked as a qualified gym instructor, allowing him to pass on his knowledge and tailor-make exercise schemes to the individual concerned.
Including.. Lower back pain, Sciatica, Neck pain, Whiplash, Asthma, Headaches & Sports Injuries.
You can view our full range of treatments and pricing, in the ‘Treatment‘ section on this website. Please contact us should you have any further questions.
We can now offer you the very latest ‘Shockwave Therapy Treatments’, a first for the Isle of Wight.