We’re Healthy Bodies Clinic, a specialist osteopathy and sports massage clinic based in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham. We provide diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal complaints – including low back pain, neck pain, sports injuries and more. Our practitioners Mark Hutton and Helen Gaston are fully qualified and registered.
Diagnosis & Explanation
Aftercare & Advice
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Book your osteopathy or sports massage appointment using our booking system. Alternatively, talk to our practitioners on 0121 747 2802
We help people suffering from aches, pains and injuries effecting their muscles, spine, joints and nerves. Our osteopath Mark Hutton provides osteopathy for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. Our sports massage therapist Helen Gaston provides sports massage for health, relaxation and tension relief. Visit our page what we treat for more information.
We recommended osteopathy if your complaint requires diagnosis, examination and treatment. Our osteopath uses a range of treatment techniques including – massage, manipulation, acupuncture, rehabilitation and lifestyle advice.
We recommend sports massage for low complexity complaints – including muscle tension and stress related complaints. Our sports massage therapist provides a range of techniques including – sports, remedial, deep tissue and pregnancy massage.
You may not require any further care following our first appointment. Your first appointment includes consultation, examination and treatment.
We offer individualised treatment plans starting from 3 sessions. The number of sessions required is based on the complexity of your complaint. You can choose to pay for appointments one at a time or as a block booking. Our treatment plans are covered by BHSF, AXA, Bupa, Simply Health, and other insurance providers.
3 sessions – low complexity
6 sessions – medium complexity
9 sessions – high complexity
Regular Monthly Treatment
We provide osteopathy and sports massage appointments once per month to help and support patients with their health and fitness.
No, osteopathy and sports massage is not painful. The intention is often to help the bodies muscles and joints to relax, and this cannot be achieved with unnecessary, painful pressure. To avoid discomfort, good technique and communication between patient and practitioner is essential.