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Claire says: Steven and I opened The Ashgrove Clinic in 2006 with the aim of putting complementary healthcare on the map in the Midlands. Our passion for osteopathy came from our own experiences as patients. Read more about Claire, Steven and the team
At The Ashgrove Clinic we work to find the cause of your discomfort, treating your injury at the source, not just the symptoms.
When we see you here at Ashgrove, we know we’re meeting you at a difficult time, after all, being in pain can really get you down.
Being able to help you through this, to reduce your pain and to support you with long-term health issues, is at the core of what we do.
We don’t simply give you exercises and send you on your way.
Our aim is to understand the causes of your problem and to help prevent it occurring in the future. We’ll assess your individual situation every time and often use a combination of different therapies, including:
Steven says: “Our talented and dedicated team have treated patients of all ages, from 5 days to 93 years old! Whatever difficulty you may be having, we guarantee to do everything we can to help you make real progress.
Our friendly experts will always take you seriously, explain problems clearly and build practical treatment plans to fit your lifestyle.
For the Ashgrove team, seeing you make progress is the reason we all love what we do.
If you’re experiencing any type of pain and discomfort, call us today on and book a free 20 minute consultation. Come and meet the team and see how you could get back on track.”
Ian talks about how osteopathic treatment for back pain helped him return to boxing after 10 years of pain.
Brian telling us about osteopathic treatment, and showing how obedient dogs can be!