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14th December 2018 

Osteopathy and Cranial Osteopathy;

Gentle, safe, effective treatment in Islington and Camden, North London. Osteopathy and cranial osteopathy can help relieve pain, ease discomfort and support your overall health and well being. I have been in practice as an osteopath in the communities of North London, Islington and Camden for 20 years. I work with sensitivity, using a blend of traditional and cranial osteopathic approaches, depending on what you need.


Clinic Locations in Islington and Camden :


For information & bookings call:

07941 531 737

or click:
Bodymind, 72 Holloway Rd, N7 8JG

West Hill House, N6 6QS

You are welcome to call me with any questions you have.
email is for non urgent enquiries only please. It is always better to call rather than email.


Fees and session length

First session: £70 up to 60-75 minutes
Follow ups: £65 up to 60 minutes

Follow ups: £55 up to 45 minutes (45 minute option not available at West Hill House)

In my experience, to get the most out of a treatment, it is important to allow enough time to both get a real sense of what is affecting your health, and to allow your body to deeply relax and feel comfortable. These factors are reflected in the one hour long session.


How I work osteopathically

I aim to support your health by focussing on those areas of your body that need attention, as well as helping you identify the areas of your life that may be out of balance and contributing to your symptoms, eg lifestyle, outlook, actvities. I use a blend of many different approaches, depending on what you need. 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. A session can typically include gentle rocking movements of your neck, spine, arms and legs, and gentle holding approaches, to help your body relax and to release restricted joints and tight muscles.
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When can osteopathy be helpful:

Osteopathy can be very helpful in relieving acute and more longterm pain, but you don't have to be in pain to benefit from treatment. When tension is released, people often report feeling more relaxed after receiving osteopathy. This can be particularly helpful in those many conditions that are, obviously or not, stress related.
Osteopathic treatment supports your body's well being. Many people use osteopathy to help maintain good health.
Learn more about the health benefits of osteopathy


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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, or mindfulness, 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, to get more of a sense about what is going on. This first session usually includes treatment and may last up to 60 minutes, occasionally 75 minutes.

More about osteopathy


Osteopathy and 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.

'Release all perceptions of life that require tension to sustain them'



For information and bookings call:

07941 531 737

or click:
Bodymind, 72 Holloway Rd, N7 8JG

West Hill House, N6 6QS

You are welcome to call me with any questions you have.
Email is for non urgent enquiries only please. It is always better to call rather than email.


The North London osteopathy clinics are within easy reach of Holloway, Highbury, Islington, Tufnell Park, Camden, Gospel Oak & Kentish Town - N1, N6, N7, N19, NW1, NW5


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

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