Help with back pain

If you are suffering from acute back pain or lower back pain that’s causing significant problems or just isn’t getting any better, it could be worth trying manual therapy. Osteopathic therapy is a treatment where we manipulate and move your joints and soft tissues.

Our experienced osteopaths use a range of gentle hands-on techniques to try and help reduce back pain and reduce the risk of the problem coming back. Our aim is to release tension and improve how your body moves. We can also help with sciatica or disc injuries

An initial consultation will usually take around 45 minutes to an hour. We will discuss your health in general as well as your back pain. We will probably ask you to remove some clothing to examine you. A towel will be provided. And, if you wish, you can bring a family member or friend to join you.

To discuss your back problems and how we can help alleviate the pain, please complete a contact form or give us a call on 01422 375541.

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Frequently asked questions

Osteopathic treatment can help alleviate persistent back pain. If you have a question please get in touch.

If you have lower back pain which is causing problems and does not seem to be getting better over time, it could be worth seeing an Osteopath. An Osteopath can use skilled hand movements to manipulate and move your joints and soft tissues to relieve the pain.

The average recovery period is between 6 to 8 weeks. After that, in most cases, it is clear to see that your body has truly corrected and returned to normal.

You may be given advice on self-help and exercise to aid your recovery and prevent symptoms returning or getting worse.

Osteopaths can help to release trapped nerves. It happens when surrounding tissues such as bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons apply too much pressure on a nerve. 

Osteopaths can help to release trapped nerves. It happens when surrounding tissues such as bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons apply too much pressure on a nerve. 

What our patients say

Here are some of the responses we have received from our happy patients.

Tom Bentley

“Good practise with extremely knowledgeable staff. They were able to sort out and alleviating an ongoing back problem.”

Gerald Cullen

“I have visited Peter and his Mum at the practice in Elizabeth Street for almost 40 years!!! Every time I visit Peter he is very professional and a miracle worker!!! Would highly recommend to anyone needing attention!”

Sherry McCulloch

“Would recommend highly, first time I went was 25 years go, very welcoming, understanding and professional.”

Our Therapists

A unique group of fully qualified and experienced practitioners combining their skills to optimise your health.

Peter Pukacz

DO LCSP(Phys)

Peter joined the family practice in 1984 and qualified as an Osteopath in 1993. Since then he Peter has furthered his education by attending Post Graduate Training Courses at the Oxford College of Osteopathy.

Samuel Morris

BSc Hons (Ost), MSc

Sam uses a combination of manual osteopathic approaches tailored to suit the each individual patient. He takes an interest in posture and movement patterns and how they influence muscle and joint pain.

Steven D. Baines

B.Ost.(Hons), Dip.Sports Injuries

Steven is a very experienced Osteopath, who commenced is his osteopathic education in New Zealand, before later transferring to the British School of Osteopathy in London to complete his degree.

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Choosing a healthcare provider is one of the most important decisions you can make. You want someone who is caring, knowledgeable, and accessible. Someone willing to take the time to go over all of your options and treat you as a person, not just a patient.

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