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welcome to the Tide end clinic
Committed to helping you create a better you…
The Tide End Clinic is a family run practice established in 2007 specialising in Osteopathy, Pilates and Sports Rehabilitation in central Teddington. Located within the Kirby Pharmacy we are easily accessible from Twickenham, Richmond, Kingston, Hampton and surrounding areas.
At The Tide End Clinic we treat people from all walks of life, from the very young to the retired, manual workers to office professionals, pregnant women to sports professionals, plus children and babies. Different types of treatment are suitable for different ages and conditions, for example, with a sports injury we may use stronger soft tissue massage or manipulations whereas for a baby we will adopt a very gentle or cranial approach.
Most people associate osteopaths with back pain but we can help with a much wider range of problems throughout the body.
- Back and neck pain
- Shoulder and arm conditions
- Pelvis, hip and leg problems
- Sports and other injuries
- Pain caused by work related postural issues
- Pain caused by postural changes during pregnancy
- Work or driving related strains
- Pain caused by arthritis
- Pain caused by rheumatological conditions
- Pain arising from muscle spasm
If you would like to discuss whether our clinic offers the right course of treatment for your specific problem, please click the BOOK NOW button and we will be happy to discuss it with you.
Pilates for every body
We also have a dedicated Clinical Pilates studio in which we are able to offer one to one and small group Clinical Pilates and exercise rehabilitation sessions. Our newly refurbished studio is equipped with Balanced Body reformers, Springboards, and plenty of smaller equipment so our sessions can be tailored to our clients’ needs.
Some of the areas Pilates can target include:
- Injury rehabilitation
- Improving core strength
- Correction of postural weaknesses
- Increasing muscle tone and flexibility
- Targeted exercises for specific sports such as running, swimming and cycling
- Encouraging general fitness for all ages and levels of fitness and ability.
The title ‘Osteopath’ is protected by law. It is against the law for anyone to call themselves an Osteopath unless they are registered with the General Osteopathic Council which sets and promotes high standards of competency, conduct and safety.
The treatment rooms are spotless and comfortable.
One series of visits of particular note was getting me ready for the 2009 London Marathon after pulling a hamstring three weeks before – it was a great success, painful, but I got around without limping! Emma's next challenge is to get me, now aged 60, ready for this years London!”