Chiswick Osetopathic Clinic


Osteopath in Chiswick and Central London.
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Chiswick Osteopathic Clinic
2b Antrobus Road
W4 5HY

Show Phone Number...020 8995 9887

Verified with General Osteopathic Council
Carlo Constandinou - osteopath

Carlo Constandinou

What is an Osteopath?

Osteopathy is now recognised as an effective treatment for a wide range of painful disorders. It helps restore the function of the musculoskeletal system (joints, muscles and ligaments) The aim is to relieve pain and get you going again as quickly as possible. Patients of all ages can obtain benefit. The treatment is tailored to suit.

The Treatment

Osteopathic treament consists of gentle manipulation and stretching of the muscles, ligaments and joints. Treatment is not painful and rarely uncomfortable.

Conditions treated by Osteopaths

Osteopathic treatment can help many musculoskeletal conditions. These include the common aches and pains due to strains, falls and overuse, as well as the more long-term back and neck probems. It can often alleviate the problems associated with stress and tension including chronic headaches.

Osteopathy is for all of you

The following is a list of some problems treated by osteopaths. The list is by no means complete and if you have any queries, please telephone our clinic for further advice; iif necessary an osteopath can return your call to discuss whether we can help you.

  • Arthritis
  • Back Pain
  • Foot and Ankle Pain
  • Hand and Elbow Pain
  • Headaches
  • Hip Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Tennis Elbow and Golfer's Elbow

Pregnancy, Babies and Children

Back pain during pregnancy is very common as the ligaments relax and the baby grows. Osteopathic treatment is of enormous help in this area. We are very experienced in dealing with the particular problems unique to the pre and postnatal period.

Babies have soft heads which are designed to adapt to the strong forces involved in the process of birth. The head changes shape during the process and normalises soon after birth.

Sometimes however, the forces are too great, and the baby's head may remain distorted or flattened.