Jill Edmunds, Chester
It was a good day for me when I walked into The Osteopathic Health Centre in Chester more than twelve years ago. I had had problems with my back and pressure on the sciatic nerve and found walking tiring and uncomfortable...

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Osteopathy Neck Pain


Osteopathy Postural Problems


Osteopathy Disc Problems


Osteopathy Whiplash


Osteopathy Stiffness


Osteopathy Sports Injuries


Osteopathy Children


Osteopathy Children


At the Osteopathic Health Centre Chester we can help you recover from a host of conditions including; low back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, arthritis and muscle spasms.

We are conveniently placed for visitors coming to us from all parts of; Cheshire, Wirral, Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales, Chester, Christleton, Tattenhall, Tarporley, Malpas, Kelsall, Helsby, Frodsham, Hawarden, Great Sutton, Ellesmere Port, Queensferry, Hawarden, Flint, Wrexham.

The Osteopaths' Act

In 1993, under the Osteopaths Act, Osteopathy became the first complementary health care profession to be given statutory recognition. The General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) is the regulatory body for the osteopathic profession and holds the statutory register of osteopaths. It is now an offence for anyone to describe themselves as an osteopath unless registered with the GOsC.