Dunelm Osteopaths

We offer high standards of Osteopathic care in a welcoming and supportive environment. We want you to leave us feeling more positive and in control than when you arrived; so that you can get back to enjoying your life.

Dunelm Osteopathy

Osteopaths are skilled healthcare professionals who use their knowledge and skills to treat people of all ages. We try to understand what is causing your symptoms and if we think that they are due to the mechanics of your body not working well we use hands on techniques to try to change the situation. For example we may treat your foot because that is where an injury has occurred or we may treat your foot because its mechanics are causing your knee pain.

The techniques involve massage and stretching, articulation (movement) through the joints and manipulation. We treat all areas of the body, if it’s muscular or got joints we want to get our hands on!

Osteopaths acknowledge the need for healthy lifestyles and will give advice or guidance on exercise, diet and mental attitude. We do our best form a partnership with you, helping you to gain the ability and skills to manage your physical health.

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The Clinic

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Number 5,
Riverside,
Frankland Lane,
Durham,
DH1 5TA
Tel: 0191 383 0677

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  • Entrance to site

    The sewerage treatment works along the road (Barkers Haugh..such a great name, any ideas where it came from?) is having a makeover. As a result there are road works going on in the lane at the turn off to the Practice. It may be easier to access the site from the first turning after Crook Hall and then driving in front of the AEP to get to us.

      By the way, whilst it's not so very glamorous to have the sewerage treatment works as a neighbour it does mean that our road is kept clear of ice and snow. I endeavor to keep the entrance and car park clear too. I had to take 10 minutes out of a clinic session last Thursday in that sudden dump of snow in order to spread grit. Apologies to those who had to wait whilst I shovelled but it was a job that had to be done, and the 1st time I've ever had to stop mid clinic because of the weather.

      Pleae take care on the ice, it is possibly better to miss a run/cycle/ walk due to poor surface rather than have an accident and miss several months?

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