GDPR and data protection

All your consultation details and personal details are always safely, tucked away to maintain patient confidentiality. The new data protection regulations (GDPR) just add another layer of super- strong security around your held data. Osteopathy, like other professions, responds to external legislation and is closely regulated to ensure best practice.  

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Clinic hours

Clinic hours now available in Eastbourne at Osteopathy at the Mews are: Monday: by appointment Tuesday: 3.15pm – 7.00pm Thursday: 8.30am – 12.15pm Watch this space for further availability. Gail also works at Seaford Osteopathic Clinic on Tuesday mornings and Fridays.

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Coming soon – therapeutic yoga

I have been a long-term fan of yoga for its mechanical and spiritual good and, if you’ve had an appointment with me you probably would have been encouraged to do some stretching or strengthening exercises.  I am very excited to have found a course (and the time to attend) that ties together yoga with my osteopathic clinical work.  Once I have completed […]

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Knee pains and exercises

Knee pain has been occupying me a lot in clinic this week.  I don’t know whether it’s the weather, the new year exercise regimes or why so many of the same thing present in one week, but they often do. Featuring this week is pain below the knee cap, especially on going up stairs or slopes, with or without a clicking […]

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Spinal pain and the festive period

It’s the time of year when everyone is dashing about, getting ready for Christmas day, possibly entertaining family and friends or preparing for some time away from home. This is the time of year when debilitating back pain can be a real inconvenience. I’ve treated many an urgent case of back or pelvic pain from people slipping on ice or wet leaves, […]

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