Osteopathy & Medical Acupuncture

Becky Road

BSc Hons Osteopathic Medicine
ND, Medical Acupuncture
Registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC)Reg Number 3637 and is a member of the British Medical Acupuncture Society (BMAS) and the Institute of Osteopathy (Io)

Becky graduated from the BCNO in 1998 and worked at Sunnyside Osteopaths practice until 2005 when she joined Oakspring Clinic in Melbourne Terrace.  Becky is now the co-founder of Fox Hall Clinic which opened in March 2018.

Becky has a comprehensive clinic treating people of all ages using a range of approaches and techniques including cranial osteopathy and medical acupuncture into her practice. Becky feels rehabilitation is vital to recovery and regularly incorporates Pilates into her aftercare advice.

Andrew Beacham

Post Graduate Diploma Pain Management 
BSc Hons Osteopathic Medicine 
BSc Hons Physiology/Psychology

Movement and enjoyment are synonymous with health and performance”

Andrew offers a unique experience from his years of exposure to high quality and varied clinical environments, working with hugely diverse patients groups, enabling him to deliver person centred treatment, underpinned by the multidimensional Cognitive Functional Therapy approach.

Andrew combines his undergraduate and postgraduate training in Osteopathy, Pain Management and Medical Acupuncture, combined with cognitive functional therapy, coaching strategies and fundamental movement assessment to provide gentle, effective, hands on and targeted treatment.

Andrew aims to help make sense of pain within your own context and develop individualised management plans aligned with personally relevant goals, supporting and empowering you to move forward as a whole person.

Andrew has been working in with Becky and Leanne in Clevedon since 2006 and is delighted to be part of the Fox Hall Clinic. For further information please visit www.andrewbeachamosteopathy.co.uk

Common Questions & Answers

Osteopathy is a system of diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions. It works with the structure and function of the body and is based on the principle that wellbeing of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together
Source: General Osteopathic Council (GOsC)

Acupuncture is the treatment modality of piercing the skin with fine needles to elicit a therapeutic effect. Western Medical Acupuncture is a modern scientific approach to acupuncture used in conjunction with orthodox clinical diagnosis, predominantly for the treatment of somatic pain. Specific points are chosen based on neurophysiological principles.
Source: The British Medical Acupuncture Society

Your initial consultation requires a full case history of symptoms and lifestyle followed by a physical examination and diagnosis.  The treatment plan will be tailored in accordance to your individual needs. The Osteopath will need to see the area to be treated so appropriate clothing should be worn.

New Patient Appointment £70
Routine Appointment £50

or call 01275 877359

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