Here’s what to expect: The first appointment with one of our osteopaths will be between 45 mins and an hour long. The consultation starts off with a detailed case history which will include a full medical history. This helps to ascertain that your symptoms do not have a medical cause and to ensure that you receive the appropriate treatment. you can read more by going to the What to Expect page

Osteopathy works with the musculoskeletal system, which includes muscles, nerves, joints and bones. Trained Osteopathic clinicians use a range of manual techniques to treat (click here to read more)

  • Lower back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Neck pain
  • Repetitive Strain Injuries
“I have been treated by Carla at Bright Osteopathy over the last 6 months now and I have always found my treatment sessions a very positive experience.” – Mrs Lovett
Carla the principle Osteopath at Bright Osteopathy writes a blog about some of the conditions she see’s in clinical practice and preventive treatments. Click here to read the entries. If you have a topic you would like her to cover then please get in touch.
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Rhomboids Sports and Remedial Massage is located within Cheetahs Gym on Hove seafront and is run by  sports massage therapist and exercise enthusiast, Helen Trehane.

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a primary health care system that can help with musculoskeletal conditions such as lower back pain, neck pain or shoulder issues.

Osteopaths usually use a combination of techniques to help treat your symptoms, most commonly stretching and massage of the muscles & articulation and manipulation of the joints. Here at Bright Osteopathy we also use Western Acupuncture techniques and cranial osteopathic techniques. All of these techniques aim to improve function, mobility and circulation, which then allows the body to start to recover.

Read more about Osteopathy

Registered & Accredited

Carla is registered and accredited with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the Institute of Osteopathy (iO).

Under the Osteopaths Act of 1993, the title of Osteopath is protected by law.

All Osteopaths have to complete 4 years of full time study and have to be registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).

General Osteopathic Council

  • Osteopathy and Pregnancy
  • Cranial Osteopathy in Brighton
  • Frequency Asked Questions
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