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Osteopaths covering Guildford and Leatherhead


Find out more about our Osteopathy services.

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Some of the the conditions we treat include:

Generalised aches and pains

Joint pains including hip and knee pain from osteoarthritis as an adjunct to core OA treatments and exercise

Arthritic pain

Back pain

Neck pain

Headache arising from the neck (cervicogenic) / migraine
frozen shoulder/ shoulder and elbow pain/ tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) arising from associated musculoskeletal conditions of the back and neck

Circulatory problems / Cramp

Digestion problems

Joint pains



Muscle spasms



Inability to relax

Rheumatic pain

Sports injuries

Patients have found osteopathic treatment useful for other conditions not listed.

For further advice please call us on 01483 284333

How to Find Us

We are situated in Bishopsmead Parade in East Horsley. We are about 1 mile from Horsley Station.There is free car parking directly in front of the practice. There is also a designated disabled parking bay directly in front of the business premises.

From Guildford

Follow the A246 (Epsom Road) out of Guildford towards Leatherhead. Past Clandon golf club and Hatchlands estate. Continue over Bell and Colvill roundabout past Squires garden centre and turn left into Ockham Road South. at the Duke of Wellington Public house. Horsley osteopaths and Complementary Health is in Bishopsmead Parade on the right after St Martin's church.We are 7 miles from Leatherhead. We are located just off the A246 in Horsley which directly links Leatherhead with Horsley.

From Leatherhead

Follow the A246 (Guildford Road) out of Leatherhead towards Guildford. Go through Effingham and past Effingham golf club.

As you come into Horsley down the hill, the road bends round to the right past the Shell Garage. You will see the Duke of Wellington Public house ahead, turn right just before this into Ockham Road South. Horsley Osteopaths is in Bishopsmead Parade on the right after St Martin's church.