Natural Health Professionals
Welcome to Fiona Passey Osteopaths
All our therapists are registered with their respective professional organisations and carry professional indemnity insurance for your peace of mind.
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is a system of manual preventative medicine that focuses primarily on the musculoskeletal system,
Cranial Osteopathy for adults
Cranial osteopathy is a very gentle type of osteopathic treatment that can be used on all age groups
Osteopathy for children and babies
Cranial techniques are soft, gentle and non-manipulative. They are often used when treating young children and newborn infants.
Counselling, EMDR, CBT
Counselling can help at times of crisis or distress or when dealing with on-going personal difficulties.
Traditional acupuncture is a holistic healthcare system that regards pain and illness, whether physical or mental, to be a sign that the body is out of balance.
Sports Massage and Kinesiotaping
The main aim of sports massage is to reduce tension within the soft tissues of the body, such as, muscles and tendons.
Naturopathy and Nutritional Advice
Naturopathy is a holistic approach to healthcare that uses a combination of advice on diet, hydrotherapy, relaxation and exercise to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Integrated Health Consultation
An integrated health consultation seeks to identify health issues and then to address them using several therapeutic measures such as osteopathy and acupuncture
Fiona Passey, Practice Manager, Principal Osteopath and Naturopath
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