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Osteopath Cambridge

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Our Osteopath Cambridge services specialise in pregnancy and muscle skeletal pain. 


Meet your Osteopath - Sarah Hancox, B.Ost.(Hons)


Sarah completed a 4 year Honours degree in Osteopathy at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. She has attended the Rollin E Becker Institute, Sutherland cranio-sacral course (level 1 & 2) and foundation levels 2 & 3.


Sarah is a structural and cranial trained Osteopath who treats a wide range of disorders that develop in people of all ages from infants through to the elderly. Osteopathy specialises in the diagnosis, management, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal and other related disorders. 



What Can Osteopaths Help You With?


Osteopaths treat the person rather than specific conditions - for example, an injury to your foot might also affect the knee, hip and spine.  

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Osteopathy has been known to help relieve the symptoms of a range of problems, including:

  • Aches and pains
  • Joint pains including hip and knee from osteoarthritis
  • Arthritic Pain
  • General, acute and chronic backache and back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder and elbow painUntitled
  • Joint pains and "lumbago"
  • "Sciatica"
  • Muscle spasms
  • Sports injuries and tensions
  • Pregnancy related aches and pain
  • Work related aches and pains


If you would like to find out whether osteopathy is able to help with your problem please ring the clinic. The reception team will be able to arrange for Sarah to call you back to discuss your problems and concerns.


What to expect on your first appointment


The initial consultation will include a discussion of your previous medical case history and current problems. Then you may be asked to undress to your underwear, if you are not comfortable with this then please bring shorts, so that we able to assess your body as a whole. Examination and tests will take place, evaluation and then a diagnosis, with the planned treatment discussed and/or a referral will be made if required.


betterNOW! Osteopath - Sarah Hancox


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Sarah has a strong structural based training which is an excellent tool for dealing with commonly seen acute/chronic aches and pains, such as those seen in the lower back, neck, shoulder, arm, hip, knee and foot. Sarah also has a very keen interest in obstetric osteopathy (pregnancy related problems).



Osteopathic treatment has been known to help with many symptoms associated with pregnancy such as:

  • Generalised muscular back pain
  • SPD (Symphasis Pubis Dysfunction) - pain or discomfort in the joint at the front of the pelvis
  • Sacroiliac joint pain - presenting as pain in the lower back
  • 'Sciatica', buttock and/or leg pain associated with back pain
  • Rib and thoracic spinal pain - this may lead to breathlessness and difficulty in deep breathing
  • Neck aches and headaches of a mechanical nature
  • Heartburn - As the uterus expands, the diaphragm may be distorted and contribute to heartburn


It is important to encourage normal physiological change, supporting the body as it adapts to the stresses and strains of pregnancy. Osteopathy offers a safe and effective way of dealing with these common symptoms.


What is Osteopathy?


Osteopathy is a primary health care system, complementary to other medical practices. It is suitable for almost anyone and can contribute to the treatment and management of a wide range of problems.


Primarily, osteopaths work through the neuro-musculo-skeletal system, mostly on muscles, joints and fascia, using a holistic and patient-centred approach.


A core principle behind osteopathy is the idea of the body being an integrated and indivisible whole, containing self-healing mechanisms that can be utilised as part of the treatment.  No part of the body works, or can be considered, in isolation.  Relevant bio-pyschosocial factors also form part of the process of patient diagnosis.


The key tools for osteopathic diagnosis include listening to the patient's history, examining muscles and joints and observing movements. X-rays, scans and other clinical investigations can also be used if required. Osteopaths use a wide range of gentle, non-invasive manual techniques such as deep tissue massage, joint articulation and manipulation are applied therapeutically.Our holistic approach to treatment utilises these gentle techniques to promote and encourage the body's natural healing processes.


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Osteopaths study a 4 year degree with emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletal medicine. This includes anatomy, physiology, pathology and biomechanics, as well as over 1000 hours of clinical training with patients.


Osteopaths must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council in order to practice and call themselves an Osteopath. Patients may be referred by their doctor, or may opt to see an Osteopath independently.


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To book an appointment, please call 01223 832 808



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