About Cherry Hill Clinic

Cherry Hill is run by me, Gar Nevin. I am a London-trained Osteopath with over 15 years experience. I can be found at my Uttoxeter surgery, "Cherry Hill Osteopathic Centre". My Uttoxeter surgery also serves clients from Stafford, Derby, Ashbourne, Cheadle, Stone, Hatton, Hilton, Rugeley, Stoke on Trent, Burton on Trent and surrounding areas.

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Regulated by the statute under Osteopaths Act 1993, UK Osteopaths are now regulated in the same way as doctors and dentists, and are subject to a clear structure of training, supervision ad professional development. This ensures the highest standard of care for patients.


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What's the difference between a Chiropractor and an Osteopath?

The holistic approaches used by osteopaths are also used by a number of other health professionals including chiropractors. Both osteopaths and chiropractors are regulated by law and have to be registered with their regulatory council (such as the general council of chiropractors, GCC). This ensures that you know that you will receive a minimum standard of care and treatment whatever chiropractor or osteopath you choose to visit.

Similarly to osteopathic education and training, chiropractors will have undertaken a 3 or 4 year degree (accredited with the general council of chiropractors) before they can become registered with the GCC.

Why people visit Cherry Hill Clinic

Osteopathic care is by no means restricted to back pain, osteopaths commonly treat a wide range of other conditions, many related to posture problems, sporting injuries, muscle and joint degeneration, restricted mobility and occupational ill-health.

Osteopathy is a flourishing healthcare profession in the UK with around 30,000 people currently consulting osteopaths every working day.

back pain
neck pain
shoulder pain
knee, elbow, joint & muscle pain

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