We are open again, but with reduced hours and precautions to keep everyone safe.
Check each Osteopath’s page to see their availability.
You can still contact us any day for advice or online appointments.
We hope to see you soon, keep safe and healthy.
South Liverpool’s local Osteopathy clinic
300 Aigburth Road Liverpool L17 9PW
0151 727 1771
“I first went to Margaret Lavender 5 years ago in such a bad shape that I could not stand or walk. She fixed me up, she brought me back to life! She’s absolutely amazing and also the nicest person I have ever met in any type of medical practice. Highly recommended.”
“Fionnuala was just brilliant. She cured me of my back pain and gave me a better understanding of how to avoid problems in future. She makes you feel completely at ease and is very knowledgeable in her specialism.”
“I love coming to see Fionnuala every few weeks. I originally came for help with my headaches and these have massivley been reduced. She is also helping me work on my posture. Would highly reccommend.”
“Due to various medical conditions I attend a number of hospital clinics. The NHS is great but sometimes you need something extra, outside the NHS. It was great to discuss other aspects with Fionnuala like posture, sleeping difficulties and she helped me to look at things a little differently. Would highly recommend a consultation and a series of treatments!”
“Fionnuala has been treating me for a few years . Her healing hands have supported my recovery after a serious back injury. She is excellent at understanding you as a whole and offering suggestions for ongoing management. I have happily recommended her to friends.”
“I cannot praise Fionnuala enough. After only two sessions, my lower back / sciatica / general walking problem was solved. Really quite remarkable. Informative, supportive and professional throughout. I can recommend Fionnuala unreservedly.”
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All osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council, which regulates the profession and protects patients.
Osteopaths are highly skilled practitioners with sound clinical experience, committed to lifelong learning.
Osteopathy treats each person as an individual and recognises the effect of all aspects of that person’s life on their state of health.
NHS England recognises Osteopathy as an Allied Health Profession.