Osteopathy Hove, Brighton, Shoreham.
My osteopathy clinic is on the Hove and Brighton border. Within easy reach of Patcham, Hanover, Shoreham, Portslade, Southwick, Saltdean and surrounding area. In walking distance from Preston Park Station. Emergency home visits are available on request.
At my Osteopathic Clinic in Brighton and Hove, I am experienced at working with patients presenting conditions such as Back Pain, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain, Arthritis, Knee Pain, Hip Pain, Foot and Ankle Pain, Headaches, Hand and Elbow Pain, Tennis Elbow and Golfers Elbow, Pregnancy and Post Pregnancy Back Care, Minor Sports Injuries, Osteoporosis Screening.
For every treatment I assess and treat the whole spine as well as the area where you are in pain.
I have lots of experience working with sports people, children and the older populations. I hold a full DBS certificate.
I graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2007, after studying a 4 year BSc(Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine and a Diploma in Naturopathy. Upon qualifying in 2007 I opened my practice in Hove and Brighton and have been serving the area for over 10 years.
After a long and successful career as a competitive Olympic weightlifter (if you are interested in seeing some photos from my weightlifting days I have posted some on my facebook page), both representing my club, county and country, I decided to embark on a career as an Osteopath. I had been treated regularly by an Osteopath for many sports injuries including lower back pain, shoulder pain and neck pain and found it successful in aiding me to heal and rapidly reduce the pain, and thus helping me to continue to train and compete.
I am still very active, running regularly, along with practising yoga and weight training, my latest blog is about weight training and exercise for women.
I offer Osteopathy for Hove, Brighton and Shoreham 7 days a week and can also deliver advice over the phone, emergency visits are also available on request.
I hold full membership of the Institute of Osteopathy. Institute of Osteopathy
The Institute of Osteopathy is the UK’s professional membership organisation for registered Osteopaths.
I am registered with the General Osteopathic Council. General Osteopathic Council
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Osteopathic Clinic Hove, Brighton and Shoreham - Testimonials
'Thank you so much for the treatment I slept very well after, I feel utterly comfortable with
you, your running memory of my body fills me with reassurance that you know me really well.
You always tailor your multi-skilled array of tools/body works to whatever is appropriate.'
'A fantastic appointment this morning for back & neck pain which also addressed postnatal back care. I have been helped physically & emotionally for the session & would confidently recommend Suzanne. By far the best osteopath I have seen.'
'Suzanne helped me with my severe neck pain and got me quickly back to work. Very professional and kind, Suzanne was quick to identify and help my problem and gave great advice for treatment. As a result I have total confidence in her abilities and will always recommend her.'
'Suzanne is always extremely friendly and has been extremely helpful in treating my knee and back pain. I have used her now for three years and am extremely happy with her treatments - I always feel a lot more comfortable and can move much more easily after a visit to Suzanne!'
'Suzanne immediately puts you at ease, she is friendly, professional and most importantly really helped me with my back issues! She even gave me some tips to help ease back pain at home which were fantastic. Highly recommended.'
'I have regular check-ups with Suzanne Jarrett and I would recommend her any day. She is so professional and really at the top of her game when it comes to being in tune with her clients and what they need. Osteopathy rocks.'
'A very big thank you for suggesting the hot and cold treatment. I had a problem with my back one day on holiday, but remembered your suggestions. I was able to have a hot then cold shower, I spent the next few days moving every half hour or so to keep mobile. It took a few days before I was completely pain free, but it didn't spoil our holiday as it so easily could have without your advice'.
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