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We Are Open
We want to reassure you that we will be staying open for face to face osteopathy appointments during the restrictions. As healthcare providers we are not required to close as remaining open means we can continue to provide support for people that otherwise might use NHS services and therefore help support our local NHS during a difficult time. Travelling for medical reasons such as an osteopathy appointment is also permitted.
Your safety is always paramount and we will continue to diligently follow all the Government guidelines on hygiene control and PPE
We appreciate you may prefer to move your appointment to a virtual one and we are more than happy to support you in any way that we can. Please do continue to reach out if you need support.
Whilst The Pavilion is still closed we will be located at Dr Vas, 24 Chatterton Road, BR2 9QN. You can book online using the above link or call 0208 088 0442. We look forward to hearing from you.
If you've ever felt frustrated with ongoing pain or discomfort then we're here to help.
At Hicks Health Osteopathy Bromley our clinic’s top priority and motivation is to relieve pain and enable you to resume your normal activities as quickly as possible.
We are committed to giving you a thorough assessment, quick diagnosis of the real cause of your pain, not just the symptoms and help you back to health.
No two bodies are the same and neither are our treatments.
We give bespoke, effective and comfortable treatment, rehabilitation and exercise advice to help you manage your condition and get you on the mend.
If you're unsure whether we can help, you can either call us on 0208 088 0442 or click the BOOK NOW button and arrange a convenient and free 15 minute, confidential chat at the clinic.
We are very happy to discuss your issue and answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Medical acupuncture is a therapeutic technique that involves inserting fine needles into points across the body to encourage healing and pain relief. Also referred to as ‘western acupuncture’, the practice differs from the Chinese practice it derives from. While still using needles to stimulate the body’s natural healing abilities.
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If you aren't sure if we can help? We provide a free 15 minute chat, either by phone or at the clinic to answer any questions or concerns you may have.