About Tom & Osteopathy

Tom is an Osteopath living and working in Wallingford with Lou and his two children. On his days off, he can often be found cycling around the Chilterns.


Tom uses a combination of structural and cranial Osteopathy which allows him to treat a wide variety of people and conditions. Tom is trained in the latest pain science (including Cognitive Functional Therapy), movement training (including Anatomy in Motion), Medical Acupuncture and gait analysis and continues to do plenty of post-graduate courses to further his skills. Recently he has completed courses in Breathing techniques to reduce pain.


Tom Morgan BSc (Hons) Osteopathy qualified from The College of Osteopaths in London after completing a 5 year degree course. Training includes over 1000 hours of osteopathic techniques with emphasis on anatomy and musculoskeletal medicine.


All Osteopaths are fully insured & registered with The General Osteopathic Council. Tom is also registered with many of the leading insurance companies. 






What?

Osteopaths don't only treat backs. Whatever your ache or pain, Osteopaths are trained to diagnose your problem and give you appropriate advice and treatment.


Who?

Osteopathy is suitable for all. From the elderly and newborn and from pregnant women to sports people.


Why?

Osteopathy is safe and effective. Government guidelines recommend Osteopathy for persistent low back pain (NICE, 2009) .

Over 30,000 people every day visit an Osteopath in the UK suffering from a variety of conditions including neck or back pain, joint or muscular pain, sports injuries, recurring headaches and more.


But why go to an Osteopath in particular?

Osteopaths take time to treat the individual. Osteopathic treatment does not simply focus on the symptoms but treats the parts of the body that have caused the symptoms. Osteopathy can help you understand better what is causing your discomfort and give you appropriate and practical advice to avoid recurrence of pain. Our aim is to get you back to your normal activities as soon as possible.