A unique form of treatment, training and risk assessment for all occupational pain and injury.

A unique form of treatment, training and risk assessment for all occupational pain and injury.

A unique form of treatment, training and risk assessment for all occupational pain and injury.

A unique form of treatment, training and risk assessment for all occupational pain and injury.

“…what harmonic osteopathy does instantly is to reintroduce you to your body, to why it does what it does, and to why it feels the way it does..."

Hi and welcome to the harmonic clinics web site.  You are probably here because you have searched google for:

the best treatment for back, neck or some other type of pain or injury;

an osteopath in Edinburgh;

occupational health services including manual handling training or office ergonomics.

I can help with any one of those.  Click on the links below or in the menu bar to let me show you how.

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Treatment for Patients

My unique brand of osteopathic treatment will teach your body how to not be stiff nor in pain.

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Occupational Health for Business

It’s easy to make work less effort.  You just need to know how.

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Massage

Incorporating movement into massage has remarkably beneficial effects.

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Why I can be different

The evidence for the treatment of non-specific pain is limited.

HSE guidelines are not making a difference to employees experiencing pain at work.       

The benefit of not being part of the established health care system is we can adapt the guidelines and evidence to be actually effective.  

Professionalism

All osteopaths study for four or five years for an undergraduate degree.  This is similar to a medical degree but with more emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletal medicine. Therefore Osteopaths are trained to diagnose your problem and then decide which is the best treatment to help it.

By law, osteopaths must register with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). It is an offence for anyone to call themselves an osteopath if they are not registered. The British Medical Association’s guidance for general practitioners states that doctors can safely refer patients to osteopaths.

Ready to find out more?

Please visit our contact page to see our contact details or send a message.