Body Mind Osteopathy
Islington & Camden, North London

Effective, gentle, safe structural osteopathy & cranial osteopathy in North London,Islington and Camden

I have been practicing as an osteopath in the communities of Islington and Camden, North London for over 20 years. I work with sensitivity, using a blend of both traditional and cranial osteopathy, depending on what you need.


How I work osteopathically

I aim to support your health by bringing a mindful approach to the treatment, focussing on those areas of your body that need attention, as well as helping you identify any areas of your life that may be out of balance and contributing to your symptoms. For example aspects of your lifestyle, outlook, or activities might be out of balance. Examination is often carried out simultaneously to treatment, both at the first and at any future sessions. As well as examining painful areas, often this will involve examining and moving other parts of your body. An osteopathy session can typically include gentle rocking movements of your neck, spine, arms and legs, and gentle holding approaches - tailored to what you need at the time to help your body relax, release tension, and free up restricted joints and tight muscles.
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Benefits: osteopathy & cranial osteopathy can bring relief from:

  • stress related illness
  • joint pain, stiffness,aches and pains
  • back, neck, hip, knee, leg & foot pain 
  • arthritic pain
  • muscle pain
  • headache arising from the neck 
  • difficulty relaxing, stress reduction
  • frozen shoulder, shoulder pain, tennis elbow
  • general, acute and chronic backache
  • uncomplicated mechanical neck pain
  • sciatica
  • minor sports injuries and tensions

  • circulatory problems
  • cramp
  • digestion problems
  • neuralgia

    Osteopathic treatment in stress related illness
    Treatment encourages the body to release into a deeper, more restorative rhythm. On a physical level this can help improve tissue nutrition and drainage, and recovery from injury. The beneficial effects of treatment on the central nervous system often result in people reporting a feeling of increased balance, wellbeing and aliveness after treatment.

    If you've had an injury:
    After strains and minor sports injuries treatment can help reduce pain and swelling, and encourage healing. By looking at what may have contributed to problems in the first place we can help prevent trouble in the future.


  • Osteopath in Islington and Camden, North London:

    Bodymind, 72 Holloway Rd, Islington, N7 8JG

    Camden, NW1 0HU

    If you have any questions please call for more information about osteopathy in North London:
    07941 531 737

    Email is for non urgent enquiries only please.


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    What happens at the first treatment

    At our first meeting I will ask you about yourself, any symptoms you may have and any relevant medical history. Part of the treatment is aimed at bringing awareness to any elements in your life which may be affecting your well being.  I may also ask you to do simple movements, and carry out other tests. This first session usually includes treatment and may last up to 60 minutes, occasionally 75 minutes.
    More about osteopathy in Islington and Camden


    North London osteopathy - private health insurance

    I am registered with most health insurers. You may be able to recover some or all of the cost of your osteopathic treatment from your insurer.
    Please check with them for full details before you come for treatment.


    North London osteopath clinic Islington,within easy reach of Holloway, Highbury, Tufnell Park,N1, N7, N19.
    Structural and cranial osteopathy Camden, easy reach of Gospel Oak & Kentish Town NW1, NW5


    Sue Step Registered Osteopath,
    Registered with The General Osteopathic Council,
    Member of the Institute of Osteopathy.
    Cranial and Structural, Mindful based approach, North London Islington & Camden areas

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