Sussex Osteopath and Naturopath
Meridian Osteopathic Clinic is an established complementary and natural health provider in Sussex, based in Telscombe Cliffs and Peacehaven, Sussex for over 20 years. Close to Brighton and complementing osteopathy in Sussex with naturopathy.
Osteopathy is a system of assessing, diagnosing, treating and preventing a wide range of health problems.
Michael Wickham, osteopath and naturopath qualified in 1996 and has a holistic and natural approach to the treatment of the person and can help with many symptoms.
Michael believes in explaining to a patient so they have a better understanding how to avoid pain and recently a patient came up with this quote ..... and how true.
"Education is cheaper than medication!"
From J.S., Telscombe Cliffs
Video 'Welcome' from Osteopath Michael Wickham
Osteopaths are commonly known for treating back pain and postural problems including changes due to pregnancy, caused by driving or work strain, the pain of arthritis and the niggling pain from minor sports injuries.
Osteopathy recognises the importance of the link between the structure of the human body and the way it functions. Visit my osteopath said page and find out what happens in an appointment.
"Osteopathy is an officially recognised primary contact Health Care Profession."
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We also offer advice on correct posture, stretching exercises to help you and should you wish to improve your health further we can help advise on realistic and practical lifestyle changes to help avoid and reduce pain or sciatica symptoms.
* For further information, advice about what we treat, to discuss your symptoms or you wish to make an appointment, we are always pleased to hear from you.
As an Osteopath we are trained to check for signs of conditions we cannot treat. In these circumstances, osteopath Michael Wickham will discuss this with you, what he believes is the problem and refer you to see your GP or hospital for further investigations.
Updated 1st July 12.23