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Welcome to Tarring Osteopaths Worthing

Covid-19 update:

We are open

Osteopaths are statutory regulated Primary Healthcare practitioners, and we are following strict guidelines as advised by Public Health England and the General Osteopathic Council. We are wearing PPE and having a fallow period between each appointment to allow for thorough cleaning of the practice to protect our patients.

We have always had high standards of hygiene but are taking extra precautions to protect our patients, however, if you have any cold symptoms, a cough or fever or recent change or loss in taste and smell, we request that you do not attend but postpone your treatment. If you are asymptomatic but a family member has any symptoms, again inline with Government guidelines we request that you self isolate and postpone your appointment.

We will do our very best to accommodate patients and now offer online video consultations and advice for those isolating.

We would like to thank our patients for their understanding in this difficult time.

We are an established, friendly, family orientated practice with over 20 years experience. If you are looking at our website then you probably have pain or restriction of some sort. Whether it is recent or longer-term, osteopathy could help. Our fully qualified and registered osteopaths are dedicated to your immediate symptom relief but look towards future health benefits. Together with you we will explore why the problem occurred in the first place. This is vital because it will help reduce symptom recurrence in the future.

Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment using a hands on approach. It works alongside orthodox medicine to aid your body’s own healing mechanisms by treating joints, muscles and ligaments and can help patients with many problems including the following:

  • Back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Foot pain
  • Joint pain (elbow, hand, wrist, knee, hip)
  • Sport injuries
  • Arthritic pain
  • Local circulatory problems
  • Neuralgia
  • Pain during pregnancy

Osteopaths look at the body as a whole addressing wider factors meaning a better outcome for each patient. For example restriction in the ankle can affect how you walk and contribute to low back pain.

And many more.