Baddow Osteopathic & Sports Injury clinic

Baddow Osteopathic & Sports Injury clinic serves the people of Baddow and surrounding areas by providing effective treatment for common musculoskeletal problems such as:

Back pain
Neck pain and headaches associated with the neck
Whiplash and sports injuries
Knee, shoulder and other joint pain

With thorough analysis and examination of each patient, our osteopaths are dedicated to finding and treating the root cause of everyday pains, strains and sports injuries alike. Individualised treatment strategies are used to achieve optimal, pain-free results.

Baddow Osteopathic & Sports Injury Clinic
66 High Street
Great Baddow

01245 476677 | 07931 800854 | 01245 476677 | 07931 800854

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