Are you in pain? Have you been suffering for too long with sciatica or neck pain, or perhaps your back has recently ‘just gone’ and you have started with an acute onset of pain. Do you want to start living life in a more comfortable and easier way? Do you wish that you were able to self-manage your pain without having to continue with costly treatments? If you have answered yes to any of these questions then you have come to the right place. With the right help, you can beat the pain!
My name is Sophie Jones and I am the principal osteopath and owner of Kennington Osteopathic Practice. I qualified from Oxford Brookes with an honours degree in Osteopathy and since then I have been striving to help people alleviate their pain through not only treatment but also through education on how people can self-manage their pain effectively. I opened the practice in 2013 with the main goal being to be able to provide the people in Oxford, Abingdon and Oxfordshire an excellent osteopathy service at affordable prices along with free parking.
Oxford and Abingdon Osteopaths. Fully Qualified experienced and established Osteopathic and Pilates team located in the peaceful village of Kennington in Oxford.
We provide treatments for Back Pain, Shoulders & Arms, Hips, Feet & Ankles, Hands & Elbows, Neck, Knees and also Headaches. We also provide morning and evening Pilates classes for all abilities.
Our expert team of Oxford-based Osteopaths are fully qualified, friendly and experienced and provide both hands-on treatments as well as consultative advice.
Arthritis & sports injuries welcome. We are able to assist in both arthritic and sports attained injuries and can provide flexible treatment plans to help ease pain and make recoveries.
If you are looking online for advice or someone to talk to and help you with the pain you are experiencing, then you don’t need to suffer any longer. Contact Sophie on 07787 404419 to book your initial consultation. Your initial appointment is the longest and takes up to 1hr, it is really important that we ask enough questions in order to gain the correct diagnosis, it is also part of the NHS and ethical guidelines that we need to cohert to.
You can find out more information on what to expect at your initial consultation by clicking here, where we have dedicated pages aiming at putting your mind at rest. Still have a question? Give us a call and we will try our best to answer them 🙂