Martin Davies
senior osteopath

Martin K Davies & Associates The team to get you back to work. You can see an experinced UK registered Osteopath using recognized techniques to help relieves your pain and… Read more »


Emily Davies M.Ost, (Master of Osteopathy)

Emily Davies qualified with a Masters degree in osteopathy from The British School of Osteopathy, Europe’s premier osteopathic university. She has travelled all over the World and was chosen to… Read more »


Our Practice

Martin Davies started the practice in 1985 and it has grown into a REAL family busines with Emily and Matthew Davies becoming Osteopaths and joining the surgery. The balance of… Read more »


Adrian Bricknell

He brings his unique skills to Martin Davies Osteopaths to further help their work with both professional and amateur sports people. Adrian Bricknell, a fully qualified Osteopath In their work… Read more »


Tim Martin
BSc. (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine D.O. N.D.

Tim qualified at the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, London. As a skilled structural Osteopath and qualified Naturopath, Tim feels he has excellent diagnostic skills and is experienced in all… Read more »


Andy Leach
Andy Leach, Physiotherapist

Andy Leach qualified with an Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from The Royal London Hospital in 1985 and over the past 30 years has worked locally in the NHS, professional and… Read more »


Matthew Davies M.Ost, (Master of Osteopathy)

Before qualifying with a Masters Degree in Osteopathy, Matthew had a busy Sports Massage clinic in London and was much sort after by his numerous clients. He joined our practice… Read more »


Nina B.Sc Osteopathy

Nina is a recent graduate from the University College of Osteopathy in London, where she has gained the extensive knowledge and clinical experience that allows her to provide comprehensive care… Read more »


What do Osteopaths treat?

Osteopaths are widely known for treating the common ‘bad back’, but the scope is far wider than that: they spend most of their time treating very common and disabling problems which affect the back and joints and muscles of the rest of the body.

Osteopaths in Cheshire are frequently consulted about disorders such as sciatica, spondylosis, neck pain, arthritic pain and rheumatism. Cheshire osteopaths also give advice about ‘frozen shoulder’, tennis elbow, foot pain, migraine, knee injuries, R.S.I., sports and disc injuries.

Most people are aware that four out of five Britons will be crippled by backache at some time in their lives. The large majority of back pains result from mechanical disturbances of the spine such as postural strain, joint derangements and spinal disc injuries. These can often be relieved by carefully designed osteopathic treatment.

More and more people nowadays are choosing to consult an Osteopath for their back pain instead of just ‘putting up with it’ and hoping it will go away. Britain’s Osteopaths treat over 6 Million patients a year!

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