6 Moor End
Eaton Bray

Anne Johnson

01525 221958
07957 250682
Evening appointments available
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Are you in pain?

Osteopathy may be able to help.

Aches and pains
Back and neck problems
Other joint problems
Muscle strains
Trapped nerves
Arthritic aches and pains
Postural and work related stiffness, pains and strains

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About Osteopathy
Problems that can be treated include:
  • Sciatica
  • General aches and pains
  • Back and neck problems
  • Hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, and other joint problems
  • Muscle strains
  • Arthritic aches and pains
  • Trapped nerves
  • Lumbago
  • Postural and work related stiffness, pains and strains
  • Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia
Osteopathy uses gentle movements, stretching, deep massage and manipulation to improve function and relieve pain.

Osteopaths work on the principle that a body works best when all of its constituent parts work in harmony and treatment will aim to restore this.

A full case history will be taken before an examination and assessment of your unique problem. A treatment plan will be made and discussed with you to ensure you are happy with the proposal.

You may be given personalised advice on exercises and lifestyle changes which will benefit you.

You don’t need a referral from your doctor to see an osteopath, so you can usually get an appointment within a few days.

Free advice is available so get in touch and I will let you know whether there are things you can do to help yourself or you need to make an appointment to see me or another type of practitioner.

I have full public liability insurance.
About Anne
I graduated with a Diploma in Osteopathy from the British School of Osteopathy in 1991 in the days before the BSc(Ost).​​​

After working as an associate in Corby and Kettering for a while, I set up my own practice which, in May 1997, moved to Eaton Bray. 

In 2017 I also joined the Flitwick Osteopathic Clinic as an associate where I now work part time when I am not in Eaton Bray which is great for experience and meeting with other osteopaths.

I enjoy working with all types of patients to identify the cause and then reduce their symptoms and particularly enjoy working with people suffering from chronic conditions to improve their quality of life.

I work mainly structurally but am keen to give you advice on prevention and self-help so might recommend exercises and changes to things like work, driving or sleeping position. I will refer on to a more appropriate practitioner if necessary.

I am registered with the General Osteopathic Council which regulates the profession and am a member of the Institute of Osteopathy the Academy of Physical Medicine and the Osteopaths in Bedfordshire Group. 
I regularly attend CPD sessions in order to keep up to date with standards and new ideas.