Warrington Osteopaths

Warrington Osteopaths

Situated in Warrington town centre and offering osteopathy for all ages from babies to the elderly, Warrington Osteopaths clinic is conveniently situated in Warrington town centre, close to Golden Square Shopping Centre, parking, and bus and rail links.

Our osteopaths offer osteopathy for all the family from babies to the elderly. We also have a massage therapist

Operating as usual


Our updated adaptations. A copy of our updated infection control policy in full is available on request.

Our updated adaptations. A copy of our updated infection control policy in full is available on request.


MARCH 2021
We are still open and able to provide treatment during the current lockdown.
Warrington Osteopaths Clinic
69c Sankey Street
01925 573300


Osteopaths are available to provide healthcare services during all social restrictions.

Warrington Osteopaths Clinic
69c Sankey Street
01925 573300


We are now closed until Monday 4th January. If you need to contact us or would like an appointment in the new year you can phone or text us on 07483 104076 as we will still be checking voicemails and texts periodically.
We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas 🎄 🎅🏻


We are now closed until Monday 4th January. If you need to contact us or would like an appointment in the new year you can phone or text us on 07483 104076 as we will still be checking voicemails and texts periodically.
We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas 🎄 🎅🏻


69c Sankey Street

The clinic will remain open for osteopathic treatments during the lockdown. If you would like to book an appointment at either of our clinics you can contact us on 01925 573300. We look forward to welcoming you.


Thank you to everyone who nominated key workers for a free massage and a huge thank you from all of us at the clinic to all the key workers who have worked so hard throughout the pandemic. 😀

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WE HAVE A WINNER: congratulations to Laura Edwards and a big thank you to Kerri Whittaker for nominating you.

All of us at Warrington Osteopaths would like say a big thank you to all of the key workers for all of their efforts during the Covid pandemic. As a token of our appreciation we are giving away a free massage.
Do you know someone who has worked throughout the pandemic who would would benefit from a massage from our wonderful massage therapist, Janette? Whether they work for the NHS or police, as a delivery driver, supermarket worker, refuse collector, teacher or teaching assistant, vet, postal worker, pharmacist, nominate them in the comments below and we will draw one lucky winner on the 29th September. PLEASE COMMENT ON THE ORIGINAL POST so you don’t miss out, good luck 🙂🤞🍀
(*the lucky winner will be asked to provide work ID)


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Coming to the clinic can feel quite daunting at the moment especially if you’ve never been before. However we want to reassure you that behind all the PPE there are friendly faces ready to welcome you. 🙂🙂🙂


Our osteopath Sarah is celebrating 20 years in practice 🥳 For a while I thought I might be celebrating this in lockdown! However we are open again and it has felt great to be back seeing patients and doing what I love. I would like to thank all of our patients past and present.


Our full policy on risk assessment and infection control during Covid-19 can be found as an album in photos


69c Sankey Street
01925 573300

The next on our list of wonderful practitioners to celebrate are our Osteopaths; a more recent addition to the AHP family, having joined the previously existing 12 AHP Professions along side ODPs in 2017. Osteopathy can be described as a way of detecting, treating and preventing health problems through touch, physical manipulation, stretching and massage. They also have a strong focus on promoting general health and well-being by providing advice on exercise, posture and lifestyle to complement their manual Therapy, aid recovery and prevent symptoms or injury from recurring.

Osteopathy can be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions - for example arthritis, back pain, minor sports injuries, headaches and postural problems - and is based on the principle that physical well-being depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues working together smoothly. Osteopaths aim to relieve muscle tension, enhance the blood and nerve supply to tissues, and encourage the body’s natural healing mechanisms.

Osteopaths treat patients of different ages and conditions, and work out of different settings such as NHS outpatient departments, GP surgeries, and specialist clinics. As with all AHPs, Osteopaths have had to adapt their practice in response to Covid-19. In some cases clinics have had to temporarily close, however a number have continued to offer urgent and/or remote consultations. As businesses and services around the UK start to re-open, Osteopaths are being encouraged to use their clinical judgment, and continue use video or phone consultations where appropriate. Osteopaths are another little-known-about Profession with a big impact on people’s lives, and deserve a big shout out for their efforts both now during this difficult time, and in general!

#onthefrontlineahps #ahpsintoaction #osteopathy #osteopaths #GOsC

*this page was created to promote and celebrate the work of AHPs within the NHS. We are not directly connected to, or speaking on behalf of the NHS.


I’ve been busy at the clinic beginning preparations for reopening, removing all linen, toy boxes, anything not essential and marking up the floors. We have our ppe and are hoping to be open next week. If you had an appointment cancelled due to Covid-19 or have contacted us whilst we have been shut, we will be contacting you shortly to do a screening call and offer you an appointment.


Sarah Endersby International Board Certified Lactation Consultant - IBCLC

This week is mental health awareness week. I think it’s really important for everyone to understand that depression isn’t just sadness, there is so much more to it.


Sarah Endersby International Board Certified Lactation Consultant - IBCLC

When baby is 6-7 months old it is all about introducing different tastes and textures whilst gradually increasing the amount of solids offered. Some babies are slower than others, just follow their lead and go at their speed. If your baby was born prematurely it may take longer for them to get used to feeds and may be a bit more messy! Let them have fun exploring foods, allowing it to be an enjoyable experience for all of you.


Osteopathy for Health

We’ve come across the great video, showing some tips to improve your sitting position when working from home.


Some more great advice to keep you active during this difficult time from the British Journal of Sports Medicine: http://ow.ly/sFpF50zmb8w


What better excuse to stay in your pyjamas all day! Friday is Pyjama Rama day in conjunction with the BookTrust and they have a great line up of entertainment, and loads of fun activities on their website to keep your little ones entertained:
If the link isn’t loading you can go to the booktrust YouTube channel


Some great suggestions for how to keep young kids, teens and even adults active during covid-19 . From the British Journal of Sports Medicine: http://ow.ly/sFpF50zmb8w


Sarah Endersby International Board Certified Lactation Consultant - IBCLC

Skin to skin is only for breastfed babies. WRONG: skin to skin is an excellent way to calm and comfort baby at anytime. It calms and relaxes both parent and baby, regulates baby’s heart rate, breathing and temperature. It enables colonisation with the parents friendly bacteria providing protection against infection. If you choose not to breastfeed, holding baby in skin to skin for their feed helps with bonding, and also helps with noticing when they are feeling full. If your baby is sleepy and not waking for feeds, skin to skin can help to stimulate baby’s natural feeding reflexes whether breast or bottle fed.


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Sarah Endersby International Board Certified Lactation Consultant - IBCLC

“Babies need lots of toys.” WRONG: Babies learn so much from just watching us and looking at our faces. Singing, reading and talking to your baby are great ways to provide stimulation. How about doing round and round the garden on their hands, or this little piggy on their toes, or giving them a nice baby massage whilst talking to them. Having some time on a mat or blanket on the floor allowing them to kick and move their arms freely is wonderful and also helps them to integrate their reflexes and help with their motor development.


Great tip especially if your neck or back is aching from looking down or if you find yourself slumping in your chair to achieve the right screen height

It's important to check your work station set up at home. Here is a helpful tip to access your station. We have even more tips to help you work from home http://ow.ly/OBah50zfIIT


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Mental health crisis support 😊

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During pregnancy it can be quite easy to forget to do pelvic floor exercises. But did you know that doing them antenatally not only helps to prevent problems postnatally but can also help your baby to get into position during labour.


I know a lot of people who have decided to have a spring clean whilst stuck indoors. If you’re planning on having a bit of a clear out remember to take care of yourself and think before you lift!s


Mums Social

Mums SOCIAL goes online! 👭

During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak we have had to hit pause on our face-to-face activities but we would like to invite mums living in St Helens to join us for a virtual meetup!

◾️ Meet other local mums
◾️ Form new friendships
◾️ Find support and advice
◾️ Have fun and gain confidence

☕️Stick the kettle on, get yourself comfy and chat with other local mums!

The current situation is difficult for everyone but we are here to support you!

Join our online meetups to feel less isolated and give your mental health a much needed boost!

💻 FREE online support available:

● Video chat meetups
● 'Live' text chat meetups
● Facebook support group

Find out more HERE ➜ www.bookwhen.com/MumsSocial

Stay Home, Stay Social!


Sarah Endersby International Board Certified Lactation Consultant - IBCLC

“Babies who are held too much become demanding and spoilt”. WRONG: You cannot spoil a baby. Being close to your baby helps them to feel secure and loved, and they grow to be more confident and independent.


There are many ways partners and close family can get involved, here’s some lovely ways to bond with baby. ❤️

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