Wimbledon Osteopathic
& Sports Injury Clinic

Wimbledon’s friendly neighbourhood osteopath offering a wealth of experience in treating injuries, managing acute and chronic pain, and improving mobility and performance.

Wimbledon Osteopathic and Sports Injury Clinic

Emyr started practising in Wimbledon in 1996 having just graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine He runs a general osteopathic practice specialising in Sports Injuries. He treats patients of all ages, and all walks of life, and from the couch potato to the elite athlete. Whether treating neck and shoulder pain caused by staring at a screen all day, trying to keep an arthritic knee pain free and supple, or returning a professional sports person to play, every patient brings their own unique diagnostic puzzle to solve and each gets their own unique treatment plan. Emyr uses a wide range of manipulative and massage techniques, together with trigger point acupuncture, shockwave therapy and rehabilitative exercise blended to each patient’s needs.

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What We Treat

From the very young to the very old, pregnant women, sports players or those with work-related problems, osteopathy can help. Each person comes with his or her own set of needs and we strive to help.

What We Treat

From the very young to the very old, pregnant women, sports players or those with work-related problems, osteopathy can help. Each person comes with his or her own set of needs and we strive to help.

What To Expect At Your Osteopathy Appointment

On your first consultation, we will start by taking a thorough case history, finding out the reason for your visit and also taking a past medical history.

Bespoke individual treatment plans based on your biomechanical diagnosis.

A Patient centred approach to your recovery, in a friendly and relaxed environment.

A wealth of clinical experience and a broad range of treatment options.

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Meet Your Osteopath

My name is Emyr Jones. I founded this practice in 1996, having graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) with a BSc(Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine. I am registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).


Answers to the questions we hear most often.

Osteopathy can help with various conditions, including back pain, neck pain, joint pain, sports injuries, and more. It can also improve mobility, reduce muscle tension, and enhance your body’s natural healing abilities.

Yes, osteopathic treatment is safe. Osteopaths are highly trained
professionals who use gentle and non-invasive techniques. They consider your medical history and any pre-existing conditions to
ensure safety.

Yes, osteopathy is regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC). All osteopaths must be registered with the GOsC, ensuring high standards of care and ethics.

The number of sessions required varies based on your condition and its severity. Your osteopath will discuss a treatment plan with you after an initial assessment.

Yes, osteopathy can be effective for managing chronic pain conditions, such as osteoarthritis or fibromyalgia. Your osteopath will create a personalised treatment plan for you.

Yes, probably. This will depend on the area to be treated. We prefer to ask the patient to undress down to their underwear in order to carry out a thorough postural assessment, especially on a first visit. I appreciate that this can make some people uncomfortable so bring shorts and a vest top instead and the osteopath will leave the room as you change if preferred.

Please feel free to bring or relative or friend if that makes you more comfortable. An adult should always accompany children under 16.

For most people, treatment will begin immediately after you’ve received an explanation of your problem and an outline of a treatment programme. However, if this is not appropriate, we will explain why and with your permission arrange for a referral to another healthcare professional such as your own GP or to an orthopaedic surgeon or for further investigation for example an X-ray or a scan.

Osteopaths in the UK are regulated by the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and are recognised as an allied health profession by the NHS. In order to become a registered Osteopath, they need to complete a degree which is recognised by GOsC and this includes 1,000 hours of supervised clinical practice in a teaching clinic. The GOsC requires
practising Osteopaths to maintain continuous professional development and knowledge to stay on the GOsC Register.

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Get In Touch.

If you are ready to book or just want to chat about treatment options, please call, email us, or book directly on line.