Contact details:
Mobile: 07711 521233
50, Poley Road
Essex SS17 0JJ


Welcome to Essex Osteopathic & Sports Injury Clinic (Est 1998)

We are still open in Stanford-Le-Hope

Currently both the clinic in Wickford and Bannatynes is closed due the current circumstances, but the clinic in Stanford-Le-Hope is open for appointments.

We develop and supply bespoke, tailored treatments for everyone that attends the clinics. From work and sports injuries, through to expectant mothers and babies.
This can include anything from exercise rehabilitation, soft tissue massage, manipulation, acupuncture, cranial osteopathy, taping and more. We keep you as the main focus and customise the treatment to you and your preferences.

With over 22 years experience as an osteopath, tutor, examiner and author you are in very save hands with Ben

Ben has in-depth experience of sports injuries treating a variety of athletes from different sporting backgrounds and levels, from amateur to professional. This includes the design of rehabilitation, strength training and endurance programs. He is also highly experienced in treating babies, children and expectant mothers.

But ‘What is Osteopathy?' Osteopathic treatment is gentle, non-invasive hands on treatment. Most people associate osteopathy with ‘backs’ but osteopathy works on all muscles and joints. An osteopath considers the body as a whole unit that is made of tightly integrated parts that can have an influence on each other. Through our examinations we explore not only the reasons there is pain or symptoms, but also the cause of these issues and how we may help influence them. Once at this stage we will discuss our thoughts and with your input format the best possible treatment for you. Treatment is mainly hands-on and may incorporate any of the following; massage, mobilisation of the joints (moving them through a range of movement), manipulation (clicking of the joints), cranial osteopathy (a gentle treatment mainly aimed at babies and children), medical acupuncture, tapping techniques or exercise and postural advice.

Osteopathy is a primary health care system that is fully regulated by the General Osteopathic Council, and all osteopaths have to be registered to be able to treat.
We are registered with most private health insurance providers.

To book an appointment or for any advice please do not hesitate in contacting us.

Myself and my husband have been to see Ben for several years whenever we have needed treatment. He has always been professional, knowledgeable and understanding to our needs.’ – Gwyn, Essex

Not only have i been treated but also my children have been treated several times by Ben, i have also recommended him to all my friends and family, who have always found him extremely friendly and helpful‘ – Donna, Essex

Ben’s main passion is not only treating people and getting them better but also trying to understand why the pain and symptoms are there to help his patients on a long-term basis

How can we help you?

Cranial Osteopathy

The small amounts of movement that exist in the infant skull permit the baby’s head to adapt to the forces of labour. However when birth is complicated by being unduly slow or fast, or when other complications occur such as the need for forceps delivery the infant head may not fully recover from the distortion...

Expectant Mothers

Many women experience back pain during pregnancy, it is a time of great change, not only to your life but also to the body. These musculo-skeletal changes are caused by changes in weight and posture as the baby, or in some cases babies, grow and also by hormonal changes preparing the body for child birth...

Sports Injuries

It is well recognised in the medical profession that injuries respond well to osteopathic treatments. Its natural approach being the preferred method of treatment for sports people for many years. This technique is used for lower back pain; muscle and ligament injuries; knee pain; shoulder; elbow and wrist injuries. It can also be used for training and rehabilitation exercises....