M J Doyle Osteopathy

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What our clients say...

“Mike is a very thorough and competent Osteopath
who has gained my complete trust." - John :: BOLTON

"Mike helped my mobility and after 3-4 sessions had released
my trapped nerve, something that just was not happening via the NHS." - Keith :: BURY

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Why an Osteopath...

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

Helps reduce consumption of potentially harmful painkilling medication

Helps break the pain cycle

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

Hands on care without electrical equipment

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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?

Perhaps Osteopathic treatment can help.  Situated in Egerton in the North Bolton area and covering all surrounding areas, M J 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.

For quick and easy access to an accurate diagnosis of your problem contact M J Doyle Osteopathy of Bolton today.  Please take a look our testimonials and see how our osteopath treatments helped them.

Call 01204 32 82 83 or use our online appointment system to book your free initial consultation.
  M J Doyle Osteopathy is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association (BOA).  At M J Doyle Osteopathy you can choose between Yoga and Pilates to help with your rehabilitation and also sports and remedial massage to help improve your general well being or specific sport performance whether it is running, football, martial artists or as a tri athlete.

 Contact us at our Bolton Osteopath clinic on : 01204 328283
to discuss your conditions and treatment options.


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Back & Neck Pain…

The most common cause of your low back pain could be something as simple as a pulled/strained muscle.  A simple muscle strain caused by sudden movement or lifting a heavy object can be…

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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…

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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…

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Conditions and Further Reading


A Guide To Understanding Back Pain.

The spine is designed in such a way as to provide protection to the highly sensitive spinal cord and nerve roots along with strength and flexibility providing for mobility in all directions. However there are many different parts of the spine that can produce back pain, such as…

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Conditions that create Back Pain.

By far the most common cause of lower back pain is a muscle strain or other soft tissue damage. While this condition is not serious, it can be severely painful.
More often than not lower back pain from a muscle strain…

 

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Your in SAFE hands…

Osteopathy is a gentle and effective hands-on approach to healthcare. Osteopaths are regarded by the NHS as highly competent healthcare professionals, qualified to diagnose and treat independently.

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.

Contact us at our bolton osteopath clinic to discuss your conditions and treatment options.

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What our clients say…

“Mike is a very thorough and competent Osteopath who has gained my complete trust. Having seen a variety of different Osteopaths over many years with my back problems I can honestly say that he is one of the best. He not only fixes me but also explains the problem, which to be honest had never happened before. I now have a regime of exercises to follow to keep out of trouble and continue to see him regularly for essential ‘back maintenance. Thanks Mike!”John :: BOLTON
Don’t take our word for it!…  We have many testimonials from our valued clients.  All are available on request. Read More…

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
Quick easy access to an appointment and accurate diagnosis of your problem/condition.
Hands on care without electrical equipment

Changes to our Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions

To meet the requirements of the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we have revised our processes and updated our privacy policy, offering you the possibility of managing your personal data.
Keeping your personal information safe and secure is our top priority.
The changes don’t alter what we use your personal information for, but make it easier for you to find out how we use and protect your information.

Your personal information is an important part of our service. For instance, it lets us provide our services to you, including informing you of any special offers we may be running.
The fact that the law is changing only builds on what we already do today – and that is to give your personal information the respect and security it deserves. We will also make it easier for you to control your preferences on how you would like to be contacted.
You do not need to take any action.
We would like to inform you that you can consult M J Doyle’s terms and conditions of use and privacy policy where we will explain in detail how we protect your data.
Many thanks for putting your trust in M J Doyle Osteopathy.