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Nagging pain?
Osteopathy can help...

Have you been putting up with a nagging pain in your shoulder or back and no matter who you have turned to be it your GP, Pharmacist or Physio or no matter how many pain killing tablets you have taken the pain just won’t go away?

The simple solution to chronic pain

Perhaps Osteopathic treatment can help. Situated in Bolton and covering all surrounding areas, Mike Doyle Osteopathy is available for you. Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a variety of problems involving the joints, muscles, ligaments and even nerves. It uses a hands on approach to treatment to alleviate the symptoms of many common conditions in the neck, upper back, arms, legs and lower back. It looks at ways to find out what possible causes triggered the pain and helps break the pain cycle and can prevent symptoms returning reducing consumption of potentially harmful painkilling medication.

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Call us on 07517 014140 or use our online appointment system to book your FREE initial consultation now and start with a clear diagnosis.

Why an Osteopath

Helps restore balance to the body naturally and promote and optimise self healing

Helps reduce consumption of potentially harmful painkilling medication

Helps break the pain cycle with hands on care

Quick easy access to an appointment and accurate diagnosis of your problem/condition

What conditions can be treated?

Back & Neck Pain

The most common cause of your low back pain could be something as simple as a pulled or strained muscle. A simple muscle strain caused by sudden movement or lifting a heavy object can be excruciating and debilitating. Another common cause of back pain is caused by Facet joints in the spine becoming irritated or locked. Pain in the Facet joints of the Lumbar spine can cause pain in the buttock, hip or backs of the leg, also known as referred pain.

Frozen Shoulder & Arm Problems

The main impact of suffering from an arm or shoulder problem is the inability to carry out daily living tasks such as brushing/drying your hair. Other than frozen shoulder pain can be felt in the inner and outer elbow area. Tennis elbow (Lateral epicondilitis) is pain in the muscles on the outer aspect of the elbow/forearm and is usually caused by performing gripping tasks like hammering, painting or typing.

Hip & Leg Problems

Groin strain is a muscular tear or rupture to any one of your groin muscles; usually one of the hip adductor muscle group the most common is adductor longus. A groin strain usually occurs with high speed activities such as kicking, change of direction or sprinting.Knee pain is extremely common and there are many causes therefore an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your knee pain is important so that appropriate treatment can be directed at the cause.

About Mike Doyle

Mike qualified in 2010 as an Osteopath from The London School of Osteopathy BSc Level and since then has been building his practice in Bolton treating patients in his private clinic in his hometown of Bolton. Mike has taught group exercise for over 20 years his main focus over the last 9 years has been Yoga and Pilates.

Previously he has worked as a sports and remedial massage therapist since 1997 working with runners, footballers, martial artists, tri athletes, cyclists and many other contact and non contact sports competitors alike.

What our clients say

Started with some low back pain and shooting pains down my leg. My job is sitting most of the day as a HGV driver. I saw Mike for just one session and he also gave me some exercises to help with my posture. After this session, I am no longer suffering from any pain. I would certainly visit Mike again sooner if I start again with any pain.

John, Bolton

 I have visited Mike several times after being recommended by a friend. I have had treatments for neck and groin pain which he resolved after only a couple of treatments, he has also treated my wifes neck problem successfully. I really cant speak highly enough of the service he provides. Thoroughly recommended.

Michael, Bolton

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By law in order to practice within the UK Osteopaths must be registered with the General Osteopathic Council who are the regulating body for the practice of Osteopathy in the United Kingdom.