What to expect


Most people have aches and pains from time to time. You do not have to ‘put up with it’ Osteopathy uses a combination of manipulation, articulation and soft tissue to help reduce pain and restore function and allow you to get on with your day.

At your first appointment a case history will be taken. This will include your current symptoms but also your past history which may well have relevance to your current symptoms and also your medical history.

After the case history there will be a physical examination following which treatment will be given. Treatment will only be given if it is deemed appropriate and you are happy for it to do so. You are encouraged to ask questions so that you fully understand what is going on.


At your first Appointment:

  • A detailed medical history will be taken, including all medications.
  • A full history of your issue is then discussed.
  • A treatment plan will be formulated with you.
  • Treatment will take place.
  • A future plan/ongoing appointment will be made with yourself.

Treatments include:

  • Callus
  • Corns
  • Verrucae
  • In-growing toenails
  • Diabetic foot checks for both type 1 and type 2
  • Fungal nails including Lacuna
  • Nail reconstruction

Soft Tissue Therapy

You do not have to play a sport to get musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction.  It can be caused by lifestyle or daily stresses. What you do for work, how you carry yourself (posture) or how you are structured all influence your body and how you react to those influences.

Soft Tissues are the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, vessels, and the fascia network that support every structure in the body. 

Treatments include:

  • Therapeutic massage aimed at improving general health and wellbeing as well as symptoms relating to other medical conditions (not all conditions are able to be treated so if you are in doubt, please ask your therapist)
  • Sports massage as part of a support package which is designed to help athletes prevent injury and enhance performance
  • A range of advanced massage techniques aimed at targeted improvement and recovery from acute and chronic injuries
  • A range of assessment methods to determine the appropriateness of Soft Tissue Therapy for the individual and devise a suitable treatment plan for the individual client
  • A range of advanced soft tissue techniques to improve joint and fascial mobility
  • A range of Neuromuscular techniques to improve functional movement
  • Offering advice on a range of remedial exercises and lifestyle factors aimed at speeding up recovery, preventing injury as well as improving posture, performance and function

Soft Tissue Therapists care about the person with an injury, not just the injury.

Enquire today

Soft Tissue Therapy
Tel: 07778 808905
Email: bridget.pittaway@gmail.com

Towcestrians Sports Club, Greens Norton Road, Towcester, Northants, NN12 8AW
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