For all your joint & musculoskeletal pains

Osteopathy at the AldwickBury Clinic helps bring pain relief to people in Harpenden and the surrounding area.

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What is Osteopathy?

Developed by A.T. Still in 1870, Osteopathy is a primary healthcare system, complementary to other medical practices. It is regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).

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How Osteopathy Helps

Osteopathy has been used for over 100 years and has the ability to treat a wide range of conditions.  

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About the clinic

Aldwickbury Clinic helps bring relief to people all across the Harpenden area. It is owned by Claire McKenna, a fully registered GOsC practitioner and paediatric specialist.

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Osteopathy in Harpenden, wheathampstead, St.Albans, Herts, Beds & Bucks.

If you're suffering from back pain, circulatory problems, arthritis or joint and muscle pains, then osteopathy can help relieve your pain and restore your health and wellbeing. 

Paediatric problems ranging from reflux and colic to moulding and birth trauma can also be easily treated through gentle techniques utilised as part of cranial osteopathy.  This doesn't just apply to newborns as cranial is also a brilliant treatment for post-partum mothers and those looking for a more subtle treatment approach.  Read on to find out more.

At the AldwickBury Clinic each patient is treated as an individual. After listening closely to your detailed case history, a diagnosis will be made and explained to you clearly and simply. Following the diagnosis, your customised treatment begins, tailored to suit your exact needs.  Advice, exercises and suggestions for aftercare is often given, should you need it.

At the AldwickBury Clinic, gentle treatments will help to relieve you from pain and discomfort as well as help to restore your body's health and vitality.

You can make a booking quickly and easily by telephone or email. Weekend and emergency appointments can also be arranged.  (NB Emergency/Sunday appointments will result in an additional charge).

Make your booking today and find out how osteopathy can help you.


You can get in touch with us by visiting our contact page, or filling in the quick enquiry form below.