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To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease . . . – A.T. Still MD, DO Philosophy of Osteopathy

Welcome to Osteopath4Health Clinics

Osteopath4health is located in The Osteopathic Clinic Billericay, Essex; Field End Osteopaths in Pinner, Middlesex; and Parkstone Osteopaths in Parkstone, Poole in Dorset.

In addition to spinal adjustments, services such as preventive health care, massage and rehabilitative exercise will help you recover optimum health and peak performance without drugs. We will demonstrate how best to care for your back, neck and other extremities to prevent further pain.

Some private insurance cover includes Osteopathic care, we are registered with all major insurance companies. We have facilities for Credit cards and we also have schemes with agencies acting for various accident solicitors and lawyers.

We are registered with both The General Osteopathic Council and the British Osteopathic Association and all practitioners are fully qualified and insured.

Osteopathy – What to expect !

Is there any paperwork needed?
What is the consultation?
Do you need to see my medical history?
Can you do X-Rays or MRI Scans?
Can I receive 'same-day' treatment?
Can I treat myself at home?
Will I need regular treatments?

Our Osteopaths

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Andy Caughey, D.O. - Registered Osteopath

Andy graduated from the college of osteopaths in 2000. He has a keen interest in sports and is a qualified sports therapist. He is proficient in the use of electrotherapy including ultrasound and interferential and will also include new therapies such as Kinesio taping in his treatments.


Facts & Figures

Successful Treatment Cases

(49%) Uk Population report low back pain lasting for at least 24 hours at some time in the year.
It is estimated that four out of every five adults (80%) will experience back pain at some stage in their life



Benefits from Osteopathy

The founder of Osteopathy (Dr Andrew Taylor Still) was famously quoted to have said:

The only type of person who would not benefit from osteopathy is a dead one!

Whilst he is (obviously) extremely biased towards osteopathic treatment, the benefits of osteopathy are long ranging and far reaching.

A common example of this is if you drive for long periods of time then your osteopath will be able to treat your body in a way that prevents you from developing pain in your back (which is a common complaint of people who drive for their living).

Osteopathic treatment will bring you added benefits as it will give you time just to think about yourself and your body. You will probably find your consultations extremely relaxing and osteopathy is known to reduce your stress levels by increasing the efficiency of your bodies systems (such as your blood flow, nerve supply and immune system).