What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is an established, recognised system of diagnosis and treatment that lays its main emphasis on the structural integrity of the body
In other words osteopathy believes that symptoms often stem from abnormalities in the function of the body. These abnormalities can be corrected through osteopathic treatment, thus relieving the distress and discomfort
How does it work?
An osteopath looks at the body as a whole, not just the area that is afflicted; so every patient is assessed from a mechanical, functional and postural standpoint
A treatment plan is then individually tailored to suit each patient's particular requirements. Each treatment consists of a series of manual adjustments (or corrections), employing a variety of osteopathic techniques that effect both the muscles and the joints
When you visit us for the first time a full case history, including a medical history will be taken
You will then be asked to remove some of your outer clothing down to your underwear if necessary (you may like to wear some loose shorts or leggings) Then a series of simple movements of the body and spine are carried out which enables us to make an assessment of the problem and begin to understand any possible causes
You will then receive a treatment consisting of a series of manual corrections. We will explain exactly what we are doing and why. You will be actively encouraged to ask as many questions as you want
What can Osteopathy help?
Patients typically attend with a variety of aches and pains some of which are acute in nature. Osteopathy does not treat conditions but rather the individual as it attempts to raise the body’s own inherent ability to heal and recover
Meet a practitioner
Alexander Milne D.O
Alexander qualified in 1989 and initially practiced in Brighton and London before setting up Horsham Osteopaths with Henry Lee in 1992. They originally worked in Piries Place, Horsham, before establishing The New Street Clinic in 1999
Alexander also worked for a number of years for the Maidstone College of Osteopathy as a clinic tutor, teaching students osteopathic techniques and supervising the student clinic. He is also the Registrar of The Institute of Classical Osteopathy
He is married with three children.
Henry Lee D.O.
After qualifying in 1990, Henry set up Horsham Osteopaths with Alexander in Piries Place, Horsham, before establishing The New Street Clinic in 1999
Henry studied Cranial Technique and has worked as an Osteopathic lecturer since qualifying
He also is the chairman of The Institute of Classical Osteopathy as well as a lecturer on their postgraduate course
Henry is married with three children and also practices at the Raworth Clinic in Dorking
Alexander Milne & Henry Lee may be contacted by:
Telephone: 01403 272788
Practitioners can also be contacted at the New Street main contact number: 01403 271129
Initial appointment (1.00 hour): £50.00
Subsequent visits (30 minutes): £37.00
An osteopath is available Monday – Thursday 8:00-6:00, Friday 9:00-6:00, Saturday 8:00-12:00